Chicken and Stuffing Bake

October 4, 2013

COOK + BAKE   |   Published October 4, 2013

I love a dish that can come together quickly and easily for supper.   This Chicken (or Turkey) and Stuffing Bake is one of those dishes.  With just three ingredients, you can make a meal that is creamy and delicious.  Plus, it uses up your leftover chicken!

Whenever I have leftover turkey or chicken, I break it into small pieces and put it into a container in the freezer.  When I have enough meat, I pull it out and make this dish.  You don't even have to thaw the meat to use it.....if it has already been broken into pieces, the chicken or turkey can just be emptied into the bottom of your baking dish.  It will thaw as it cooks.

You can also use freshly cooked turkey or chicken.

So here is how to make it.....

Begin by spraying a 13 by 9 inch baking dish with cooking spray.  Then lay your cooked chicken or turkey cut into pieces down in the pan.

Mix one can of cream of chicken soup with 1/3 of a can of water.  Pour this over the chicken.  The soup makes the entire dish very creamy.

Cook one package of stuffing according to the directions on the box and then lay it on top of the chicken and soup.

Put the dish into the oven and bake at 350 degrees for 35 to 40 minutes.

This dish can be incredibly versatile depending on what you have in the house....In addition to being able to use turkey or chicken, you can also use leftover pork.  Just substitute cream of celery (or mushroom) soup in place of the cream of chicken and use pork stuffing.  You can also also use cream of celery soup with the poultry.

What do you think about serving this for supper tonight?

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