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Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Creamy Herbed Chicken

This meal is comfort food to the max!

6 boneless, breast halves
6 slices of Swiss, Provolone or Havarti cheese
3C dry herbed stuffing mix*

Grease crock with butter or oil of choice. Put meat in the bottom, top with cheese (layer chicken and cheese if needed), pour soup over top. Next layer stuffing. Drizzle broth over dry stuffing.

Cook on low 8-10 hours or high 4-6 hours.

* Does anyone make their own homemade herbed dry stuffing mix??? Is so please share it in the comments below!! It is something I hope to figure out this winter and would LOVE it if someone else already has! :-) (The store bought has junk in the ingrediants and the organic is too expensive for my new budget/family size!)

**Please do not use the conventional cream soups in the cans...they are filled with yucky - not good ingredients. However, I do know how handy they are to make quick creamy meals! So I have listed the two things that I use for alternatives when I am in the mood for that creamy quick fix. They are often in my pantry as staples. The Hillbilly Housewife's Cream of Anything Soup Mix is taking the place of the the Amy's because of the cost factor and availability to get the Amy's where we live now.

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