Friday, September 10, 2010

Recipe: Stuffed Chicken Breast

Stuffed Chicken Breast

1 (6 ounce) package stuffing mix
1 (10 ounce) package chopped frozen broccoli, thawed
6 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
2 (10 3/4 ounce) cans cream of chicken soup
1/2 cup milk

Preheat oven to 400 degrees.  Prepare stuffing according to package directions. Add broccoli.  Mix well.  Pound chicken breasts to 1/4 inch thickness.  On each chicken breast, spread stuffing mix.  Roll up each chicken breast, place seam down in 13x9 inch baking dish.  In small bowl, combine soup and milk. Mix well.  Pour over chicken.  Bake 30 to 40 minutes.  Makes 6 servings.
Recipe can be found on page 144 in,
MY KIND OF COOKING COOKBOOK.

This recipe is a great way to sneak extra vegetables into your diet.  And who can't use a few extra veggies?  It is a simple recipe but it is packed with a lot of flavor!  The soup keeps the chicken nice and juicy and the stuffing adds a savory surprise when you cut into the chicken. 

I am back in Iowa.  On Saturday I will be at the Clay County Fair in Spencer, Iowa.  Also on Saturday, I will be doing a radio interview with 107.7 KICD-FM.  They broadcast live from the fairgrounds.  George has asked me to be his first interview for the fair.  I always enjoy being on George's show, he is a great interviewer!  On Sunday, I have my first cooking demo.  Later in the week, I have another cooking demo and a cooking contest to judge.  I will post the winning recipes.

Be sure to check back on Tuesday, 
when I will be posting pictures from the fair!

Check out my blogging buddy, Bo's Blog (say that three times fast), Bo's Bowl.   Not only does he have great giveaways,  his recipes are incredible!  One visit to his blog and you will see why I faithfully follow it.

Also check out my friend Pam's blog, Pam's Midwest Kitchen Korner,  for more great recipes!  Once you read her blog, she will be your friend too!


19 comments:

  1. This sounds delicious and so quick and easy. Diane

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  2. yum! I am trying this one !! Sounds great!!!

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  3. Linda, I saw this in your great cookbook and know it is another one I have to try! It sounds and looks delicious! You are one busy lady!!! Have a great time!!!

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  4. Looks yummy! Wish I had some stuffing handy or I'd be making that tonight. I think we'll do homemade pizza instead. Welcome back to Iowa!

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  5. Hurray for using a can of soup! Why not every once in a while?

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  6. This looks yummy! I found you via Pam's Midwest Kitchen, love her blog also! When you have a moment please stop by, visit, and follow my new blog! Thank you, I enjoyed my visit today.

    Mary

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  7. You are bringing comfort food up a notch; looks so good!

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  8. Yes, that looks like the perfect fall meal.
    I am making that this week.
    Thanks for the recipe.

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  9. This sounds so, so good! I love stuffed chicken and it's a perfect recipe for the cooling weather :)

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  10. I am making your cheesy potatoes tomorrow. Sandie w/♥

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  11. Love this recipe! It looks wonderful and I can't wait to try it!

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  12. I am such a sucker for store-bought stuffing mix. My mother always makes her own on Thanksgiving and I always wished we could have the kind out of the box :) This sounds great!

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  13. It is amazing to me, how you take very little and make it look gourmet and tasty. You have a talent. That's why you are writing the books. I love the cover of this cookbook.

    Linda, you do things right and I learn from you, as a result.

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  14. This sounds like the perfect way to enjoy my veggies and protein :)

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  16. Looks so yummy. I love yummy chicken breast recipes. Thanks!

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  17. Looks so yummy. I love yummy chicken breast recipes. Thanks!

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