King Chicken

by Kelli C.
(Cleveland, OK)

Chicken breast - 4
1 can cream of chicken soup
corn bread stuffing
Swiss cheese - 4 slices enough to cover each chicken breast
melted butter 1 table spoon

preheat oven to 350

layer in this order in a casserole dish

Swiss cheese
cream of chicken soup
corn bread stuffing
butter drizzled on stuffing

cook till chicken is not pink inside.

I serve with green beans, peas, and/or salad.

This is very filling.

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Jan 18, 2017
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by: Melissa

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Mar 27, 2013
by: Anonymous

I make this all the time! So easy & very tasty!

Jul 13, 2011
by: Anonymous

Q:Do you prepare the stuffing first?

A:This recipe was submitted by a reader. Based on my experience with similar recipes I would say that you would not prepare the stuffing first. This dish will get plenty of moisture from the soup and the butter drizzled on top. Please post your feedback if you make this dish! - Crystal

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