Wednesday, October 17, 2012

{Crock Pot} Chicken and Stuffing



This whole crock pot cooking is turning into a bit of an obsession with me. Can you tell?  This dish has become a family favorite.  I have made it several times in the past few weeks.  Several!  It's so tasty and so yummy...ooh...it will be a family favorite of yours soon too.
Now..I have made this 3 different ways..each time was excellent...so, here we go :)

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Ingredients:
1 pound boneless chicken breast
1 can cream of chicken soup
6oz box of stuffing mix
1/2 cup sour cream

Spray crock pot with non stick cooking spray.  Place chicken in bottom of pot.  Pour dry stuffing mix over chicken.  In a bowl, mix soup with sour cream.  Pour over stuffing mix.  Cover. Cook on high for 4 hours.

Second Recipe Adaption:
Everything is the same as First, but, substitute chicken for boneless turkey.  I found these at my grocery store. and they went fabulous with the recipe.

Third Recipe Adaption:
Everything is the same as First, but, substitute sour cream for 1/2 cup of chicken broth.  Still just as tasty and a bit less fat.

Whichever recipe you chose..you won't be disappointed!

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24 comments:

  1. I love your recipe! Thanks for sharing it at Cast Party Wednesday!
    ~Sheryl @ Lady Behind The Curtain~

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    1. Thanks Sheryl! Have a good weekend :)

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  2. Looks very good one question though by stuffing mix do you mean like StoveTop?

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    1. Thanks Kathy..yep, a regular box of Stove Top of whatever brand you prefer.
      Enjoy :)

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  3. What's not to love about this amazing recipe????? Looks fantastic. Thanks so much for linking up (& linking back!=) to Weekend Potluck!

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  4. Oh my goodness, this was awesome and so easy.
    I used cream of mushroom soup, as I had it on hand.
    It was great, thank you!

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  5. Congratulations on being featured at Weekend Potluck. You can pick up you RED featured button on the very bottom of my blog here: http://www.meetpenny.com/2012/10/weekend-potluck-october-26th-28th/

    Thank you so much for participating. :)

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    1. That's great! Thank you so much! Have a great weekend.

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  6. Making this now, can't wait to try it! One questions, do you mix it before you serve it or just serve as is? Thanks! ~MWalks

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    1. Hi MWalks..I 'fluff' up the stuffing a bit, but, no need to stir too much.
      Hope you enjoy it!

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    2. Delish! Next time I'll try low sodium broth, this is such a good recipe :)

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  7. What did I do wrong? I was so looking forward to making it & eating it, but the chicken & stuffing were so dry. The soup & sour cream did not moisten anything. Was I supposed to mix them all together? I just layered everything. I have made similar recipes with these ingredients, but not in the crockpot, so I know it should be delicious, but I messed something up.

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    1. Hi Betty..so sorry! You do layer it. First, the chicken, then, the stuffing mix. Then, you mix the sour cream and cream of chicken soup together in a separate bowl and pour that on top of the stuffing mix. Maybe, the cooking time needs to be adjusted for your pot? If you make it again, I would check it after maybe only 3 hours.
      Hope you try it again :)

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  8. I will because I love the combination, & I know it should not have come out the way it did. The crockpot I used was a deep but narrow one. Next time I will use my oval one. I will check it earlier, too. Thanks for your help!

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  9. Any idea what temp and time to cook this in the oven?

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    1. Here is a link for a oven version of chicken and stuffing..enjoy :)
      http://www.kraftrecipes.com/recipes/stove-top-one-dish-chicken-57497.aspx

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  10. Can you use fat free sour cream?

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    1. You should be fine with fat free Christina..enjoy :)

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  11. Hey! Saw this on pintrest. Is the chicken breast cooked,raw, or frozen? Thanks!

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    1. Hi Kim..the chicken is raw when you put it in the crock pot. If it is a bit frozen too, that should be fine..you may need to cook a little bit longer, but, keep an eye on it.
      Thanks for visiting!

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  12. I've made this recipe before but used jarred gravy instead of soup/sour cream. I understand the soup but what does the sour cream do to it? My husband has an aversion to things that are too creamy so just wondering! :-)

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    1. The sour cream helps keep the stuffing moist. Give Recipe #3 a try with the chicken broth instead. The broth still keeps it moist, but, a little less creamy-texture for your husband.

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