Monday, June 16, 2014

What's for Dinner Wednesday---Quick and Easy Chicken and Stuffing

In this busy life of two town jobs for the month of June, I have barely gotten to catch my breath, much less, do something I like to do............but I had a minute and a new recipe, so here goes.

Quick and Easy Chicken and Stuffing

6 frozen boneless chicken breasts
1 can 'cream of' soup (I used mushroom tonight)
2 boxes of Stove Top stuffing, any flavor, prepared (I used the generic and cornbread flavor)
'Some' grated cheese (tonight it was the end of the bag of mozzarella and the end of the bag of cheddar)

Prepare the stuffing according to directions. Place chicken breasts in large shallow baking dish. Cover chicken with spoonfuls of the soup. Cover that with the stuffing. Sprinkle with grated cheese. Bake at 375 degrees about 45 minutes.

While probably 75% of our meals a based around a cut of beef, I do buy the 'big bag' of frozen chicken breast for an occasional break in routine. My mother shared her version of this recipe with me last fall and we tweaked it a bit to suit our tastes and doubled it to feed our household and its a great 'quick meal' which seems to be the theme of my cooking as of late.

And now the picture------

Well, since I am  blogging..............a quick recap......planting is done. First cutting of alfalfa was chopped and bagged for sileage. Oldest son has a 'town job' in the evenings, middle son is amidst summer conditioning for football, daughter has taken over lunch cooking duties with my TWO town jobs, littlest son has become an expert jeans towels and sheets laundry guy. My Farmer is up to his eyeballs in hay. 

I am planning to make another new favorite beef recipe tomorrow night, if I remember to take a few pictures I will be posting it soon, stay tuned!

Gotta love summer, hoping to actually get to enjoy it soon,
From Tulip~

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