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Old 05-27-2009, 05:44 PM   #1
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How to make chicken bake + stuffing w/a fryer chicken?

I have stuffing, cream of chicken, and a cut up fryer chicken. How can I turn this into a meal (plan on serving broccoli and Mp on the side as well) w/o making anyone sick? I am newly married to a fabulous husband who enjoys a good meal now and then ;) and I'm very new to cooking so please spell out all of the details, you won't make me feel stupid or belittled. Thanks!

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Old 05-27-2009, 05:50 PM   #2
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I would make the stuffing and stuff the chicken any stuffing left over bake separte.
take the cream of chicken soup and add a lil milk to make if gravy thickness to go with the mashed potatoes
broccoli workss
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Old 05-27-2009, 05:53 PM   #3
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Oops! Should have specified the chicken was cut up already.
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Thank you letscook!
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Old 05-27-2009, 05:58 PM   #5
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I don't think you need the soup!! I would make the stuffing separate and roast the chicken w/ onion, lemon (if you have it) and butter stuffed inside and butter rubbed outside. Sprinkle with salt and pepper in and out. Roast according to temp chart (ss, don't have it handy, but it's here on site). After roasting, remove chicken from roasing pan, pour off juices, add chicken fat plus butter if needed plus same amount of flour to pan. Scrape up browned bits and slightly brown flour. Then add chicken stock to thicken and serve!! Yummy dinner, if you need exact amounts let me know and I will look!! Have a nice dinner
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Old 05-27-2009, 06:00 PM   #6
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oops!! ok, well, you can still roast the pieces but I would do it on a rack in the pan so they don't get soggy.
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oops!! ok, well, you can still roast the pieces but I would do it on a rack in the pan so they don't get soggy.
Thank you very much. :) I'm going to make this one way or the other lol.
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If the pieces are raw , I 'd cook them first. And then prepare the stuffing, add the soup to the stuffing . Add the cooked chicken and broccoli.
I have a similar recipe in the casserole subforum :)
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If the pieces are raw , I 'd cook them first. And then prepare the stuffing, add the soup to the stuffing . Add the cooked chicken and broccoli.
I have a similar recipe in the casserole subforum :)
Since the soup is condensed should I add the cup of water + the soup then add?
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Since the soup is condensed should I add the cup of water + the soup then add?
I usually just mix the soup with like 1/4 cup of milk .
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