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Thursday, January 6, 2011

Chicken Casserole

I have a chicken in the refrigerator, so I'm thinking of preparing an old faithful, sure proof recipe. I take it to many pot-luck dinners and it is usually gone by the time I turn around. I thought I would share it with you.

Stove Top Chicken Casserole:

Ingredients: 1 regular box of stove top stuffing, you may use 2 boxes if you want it to be extra crunchy
                  1 lg. can cream of mushroom OR cream of chicken soup
                  1 cp of mayonnaise
                  1 small can (drained) of water chestnuts  (diced)        
                  3 or 4 cups shredded chicken. I use an entire chicken.
                  3 ribs of celery  (diced)
                  1 bunch of long green onions (diced)

Preparation: Mix mayonnaise and cream soup of your choice together
                   Mix water chestnuts, onions and celery together in a separate bowl
                   Boil 1 cup of water and 3/4 stick of butter together, turn off the stove and add the    
                   box of stuffing = this is your crust
                   Add all ingredients together including chicken, excluding the crust,  
                   a little garlic salt or Lawry's seasoned salt = it is a preference thing!

 Place all ingredients in a 9x13 pan, throw the crust on top of it all
 pat down the stove top crust  (with your hands)
Preheat oven to 350 degrees and cook for 30 minutes (covered with foil for the first 20 minutes)

Serves 6-8 people ENJOY!

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