Tuesday, January 12, 2016

AMISH CHICKEN BREAST CASSEROLE

Last week I told you we would be eating a lot of chicken this month as I had found several different recipes for chicken dishes. I shared the Chickenetti then. My husband and I really enjoyed it. 

Well, this week I am sharing the second dish I tried. We might like it more. It's hard to say. The stuffing I used gave it a really good flavor. Since I don't usually cook with onions and peppers (this recipe didn't call for any of those), my husband does like when I make something that isn't too "bland". I did make a couple of changes, but I don't think those changes changed the integrity of the recipe. 

This recipe also came from my Farmhouse Kitchen cookbook and was contributed by Mary Lengacher. This is a cookbook from the Amish community of Greenville, PA.


CHICKEN BREAST CASSEROLE

4       boneless chicken breasts (I had 2 really fat ones that I sliced and made 4 thinner breasts.)
4       slices cheese (I used about a cup of shredded Colby Jack cheese)
1/2   cup sour cream
1/2   cup milk
1       can cream of mushroom or cream of chicken soup (I did use the latter.)
1       box chicken stuffing (I used 2 cups of Pepperidge Farm Herb Seasoned Classic Stuffing)

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. 


Place chicken breasts in bottom of pan, casserole dish, or small roaster.

Place a slice of cheese on each piece. (I just sprinkled the cheese over the chicken pieces. I forgot to take a picture. Oops.)


Mix together the sour cream, milk, and soup.


Pour over the breasts.






Melt 3 tablespoons butter and toss with 2 cups of the stuffing.


Put on top. 
Cover with lid and bake for 1-1/2 hours. (Since I had sliced the chicken breasts into thinner breasts, I baked mine for 45 minutes.)




2 comments:

  1. This would be much better without having to copy all the blue in the background of the words. Otherwise, it looks good.

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