Tuesday, March 3, 2009

SWISS STUFFING CHICKEN

I tried this out and froze it before I had Harper. It was SO good!!!!


SWISS STUFFING CHICKEN


4 large skinless boneless chicken breasts
6 oz. Mozerella or Swiss cheese slices
1 can Cream of Chicken soup
1/4 cup white cooking wine
salt and pepper to taste
1 cup herb-flavored crushed up Pepperidge Farm stuffing mix
1/2 stick butter, melted

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Place uncooked chicken in shallow buttered casserole dish. Layer cheese on top. Mix soup, wine, salt, pepper; pour over cheese. Sprinkle stuffing mix on top and drizzle with melted butter. Bake for 1 hour.

57 comments:

Jenny said...

That sounds so yummy. I could eat my entire body weight in stuffing, but then bathing suit season might not be pleasant:)

Melissa said...

Sounds delicious! I will have to make it once my wedding diet is over in July! :)

Anonymous said...

I've been making it for years. One of my favorites!

Martha said...

Yummo. I'm "retiring" later this month, and hope to find time to prepare meals for my daughter and I, and really enjoy it! She will be homeschooled for the last semester of school too, and I hope to involve her in the preparation as well!

Nina ~ Seminole, FL said...

Looks and sounds yummy!! Your poppyseed chicken is a huge hit in our house, so I will definitely be trying this one!!

Mandi said...

cheese + stuffing = yummy goodness
Thanks for sharing!

Dawn said...

I make that recipe too, nice to see it's out here in Oregon as well. It is yummy! I love the taste of the wine and swiss once it's all been melted together.

Preppy 101 said...

That looks delicious!! But I have a question - what kinds of containers did you use for freezing your meals!!

BranAndPeytsMom said...

sounds very yummy, going to have to try that one. you should try her cream cheese blueberry tarts. AMAZING!

the bowlin family said...

This is so yummy! I make it all the time and it is always a hit!

Britt said...

I have made that recipe too... instead of using the white wine I used Apple Juice! It was delicous!

kksweet04 said...

Quick question...are your dishes Dansk--Rondure Rice?

Love them

Chrys said...

It's one of our favorite recipes! We call it "Swiss Chicken with Wine" but it's the exact same thing. Mmmmmm. I'm craving it now!

Chrys

Anonymous said...

Not to sound stupid, but do you assemble it raw, thaw it, then cook it or do you cook it before you freeze it then just thaw and reheat. I want to be a person who has meals ready in the freezer, but I can't get the logistics straight.

Kelly said...

Prepare it raw and then freeze.
Thaw and then bake when you are ready.
And I get those aluminum pans from Wal-Mart or Sam's to make them in and cover with heavy foil (to freeze).

Kristin Raikes said...

Thanks so much for this recipe...I'm definitely trying it soon. I'm so tired of the same things over and over!!

Kelly said...

I'm not a stuffing fan but this one looks wonderful. I have been reading your Kelly's Korner and had no idea you also had a recipe blog. Every recipe looks delicious!!

Kelly said...
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Anonymous said...

I love this recipe. It's called "Chicken in Wine Sauce" in Paula Deen's original cookbook. You can use vermouth, which keeps forever in the refrigerator, if you don't want to open a bottle of white wine.

KS : )

Gene and Annie said...

Sounds yummy! I plan on trying it soon!

Molly W. said...

I made the same thing the other day only I used provolone cheese! It is SO good.

Melinda said...

I am def going to try this recipe! It sounds delicious! Thanks!

Lizzy said...

Our baby girl is due in June and I am starting to think about freezing meals for once she gets here.

When you freeze meals, do you cook them first or just freeze them "raw"? How do you remember how long and at what temp to cook everything?

xoxxooxo
Lizzy

www.ricericebaby.wordpress.com
rice.elisabeth@gmail.com

Lizzy said...

Just finished reading the comments and figured out that you freeze "raw" -- thank you!!

Cary Hairbows said...

This looks like yummy good comfort food! Thanks--going to try it soon. :)

Shannon

Betsy McK said...

I've written this one down, sounds delish! I think I'll try it tomorrow. I love anything Paula Dean approved!!!

Leslie said...

It's now officially on my "to try" list!! So glad that I found your reciepe blog..always looking for good ones!

Mary Jo said...

Do you cook it covered or uncovered?

Marie W said...

Kelly, I tried the meat cupcake, and they were oh soooooo good. Thanks for the recipe!

Auntie Carrie said...

I saw this yesterday and knew I had to make it. We just finished it for dinner and it was sooooo good!!!

Misty said...

I just found your "cooking blog" and I love it. I love good old southern cooking. I think tonight we will have the poppy seed chicken. Check out my blog for the French dip sandwich. It is so very good. Keep listing recipes.

Kate said...

I just made this tonight and it was GREAT!!! It is a keeper :)

Anonymous said...

Dear Kelly-

I found your lovely blog via Angie Smith, and enjoy it ever so much! Your little baby blessing is so beautiful! I wanted you to know that we had this swiss stuffed chicken today, and it was MARVELOUS!!!! Thank you so much for the recipe!!! God Bless you, hope you have a great week!!!! Erica

Anonymous said...

We had this on Friday night! It was sooo good. It reminded me of the Stove Top Easy Bake Chicken recipe I have made for years, but the baby swiss I used gave it a much better flavor. You rock--thanks for the dinner idea. :)

Shannon in PA

Mandy said...

Made this tonight with a few changes (chicken broth on place of wine, chicken flavored stuffing in place of herb) and it was so yummy! Hubby said to tell you thanks for the recipe!

mama faith said...

I made this last night for my family and an extra one I froze for my cousin who had a baby last week and it was DE-licious! Thanks for sharing!

macphailfamilyx7 said...

I made this last night for my family and it was a hit! My husband gives me a hard time about my blog (stalking) reading, but he's not complaining now! Great recipe!

Tonya said...

Hi Kelly, I just randomly found your blog yesterday and then made the Swiss Stuffing Chicken. My family loved it! It was definately a hit!!

Thanks so much, and I will definately be stalking your site for some more delicious meals. No pressure. (-;

Katie said...

I made this the other night after seeing the recipe on your blog. It was DELISH!

OK Fab Five said...

I made this recipe tonight and it was absolutely delish and my family loved it too.

Kristina Wiley said...

mmm... i make that recipe too! Except i use cooking Sherry instead of wine... adds a nice little twist... try it! it's delicious. I love pouring the sauce over rice pilaf. YUM!

Melinda said...

I ventured out tonight and gave this a try. I don't usually like to cook chicken because I am super paranoid on whether or not it is cooked. My hubby and I both loved it! It was so awesome! I am going to share it with a friend who I do idea exchanges with. I can't wait to try the artichoke chicken. Share some more!!!

Finding Normal said...

Made this last night---soooo good! Enough for leftovers for lunch today, too! Bonus!

MakeLifeDelicious.com said...

I made this last weeks and it's GREAT! I'm all about quick and easy recipes! Thanks for sharing!

Diana said...

Yummy, I can't wait to eat it for dinner tonight! I love all of your recipes and have been trying them one by one. My hubby loves the new recipes. I don't know how you keep your weight nice with all the wonderful recipes, especially the desserts!

The Krikstan Family said...

Kelly, this was SO delicious! I made it tonight for dinner and the family loved it!

Claire's World said...

I made this last night and it was awesome!!! I also loved it b/c it was cheap to make - and my husband loved it!!! Pluses all around!

Mama Llama said...

think i can use porkchops instead of chicken? I just habve a pack of porkchops I need to us tonight!

Outnumbered said...

I made this tonight and it was really good. I used 1/4 c butter & 1/4 cup lo-cal margarine stick (half the calories of butter) to help cut some calories. It tasted great even with the sub. Next time I am going to try using Healthy Request cream soup and I am going to use 2 cups of stuffing - 1 cup was barely enough to cover the top of my dish. Thanks for the recipe.

Kelli J. said...

Do you make the stuff first? Or stright from the box?

Kelli
Jordan8082@sbcglobal.net

The Blackwoods said...

I made this last night and my husband said I can make it anytime. He LOVED it!

tonya said...

This was delicious!!!!

Anonymous said...

Hi Kelly! I tried this recipe Sunday night and it was WONDERFUL! Never before have I cooked with (or even bought for that matter) any sort of wine, but it was so simple and really really good! Thanks for a great recipe!
~Dana in MS

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LisaL said...

We made a variation of this the other night and it was DELISH!!! I cooked the chicken first (needed plain chicken for my picky eaters that are anti casserole) and also made the stuffing according to the package, then only had to cook for 30 min. YUMMY!!!! Thanks so much Kelly!

Dina said...

I am making this tonight. Thanks so much for having this recipe blog. I refer to it often!

Shannon said...

I am making this tonight. Can't wait to try it! I am wondering though if I should cover it with foil or something while it bakes so that the stuffing doesn't get to crispy? I used the dry stuffing right ouf the box so hopefully that is what you are supposed to do :) I also used havarti cheese slices instead and the whole box of stuffing!