StoveTop Stuffed Chicken

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Just so you aren’t confused, yes I am that blogger that doesn’t use box mixes, but I openly admit I use StoveTop stuffing because it just tastes good. The spices in it are just right. I’m going to recreate that awesome flavor someday but for now its my stuffing of choice. I recently received a package full of stuff to engage myself and my family in some fun non mashed potatoes side dish cooking, including a Mr. Potato Head! I knew I didn’t want to just make stuffing and throw it on the plate. But I also knew I wasn’t waiting until I had time for a recipe to try it. With the new StoveTop Everyday you can have your fix of stuffing in just 2 minutes. I am all about SLOW food being a chef in training but when there is something that my kids can do on their own that is fast I welcome the break. With this stuffing you measure what you need from the canister, add your butter and water and nuke it for 2 minutes. Its that fast and easy.

I decided to make an easy to make recipe using the stuffing. I don’t really roll chicken and stuff it on a daily basis but it added a nice touch, and it was more than just a piece of chicken on a plate!

5.0 from 1 reviews
StoveTop Stuffed Chicken
 
Recipe type: Main,side
Ingredients
  • 2 lbs chicken breast
  • 4 tbs butter
  • StoveTop Everyday Stuffing
  • ½ C. water
Instructions
  1. Flatten the chicken breast as much as possible. Preheat oven to 375.
  2. Mix together 4 tbs melted butter and ¾ the canister of stuffing with water.
  3. Coat the rough side of the chicken breast with stuffing and then roll the chicken
  4. Place into 8X8 casserole. Pour leftover stuffing into the casserole with the chicken rolls.
  5. Bake for 40 minutes or until chicken in done.

Green Beans Side : I’m not allowed to cook bacon for reasons I won’t get into but if I could have, I would have, cuz that’s how its done in the south. My green beans are fresh from the garden and I added sea salt, red onion slices and steakhouse seasoning. Boiled em for a bit and oh man were they tasty! PERFECT to go with the chicken. This recipe was the biggest hit with my teenager who I caught scraping the casserole for any leftover stuffing. I think I may get him a shirt that says I Heart Stuffing. I heard him say it while he ate dinner too. He’s a big fan.

Buy It: Get the new StoveTop Everyday Stuffing in Chicken and Homestyle Herb at your local grocery!

 

Disclosure: Stovetop provided me with a sample and gift basket to facilitate this review. Opinions, as always are my own.

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Comments

  1. says

    OMG!!! I’m SO disappointed that you don’t use boxes mixes!!!!! Sigh! JUST KIDDING!!! Actually, I’d be surprised if you DID, Miss Candy! :D This looks delicious and I like that it’s so easy to assemble. Geez, your photo is so good I swear I can smell how delicious it must have tasted. :D

    • says

      It was delicious! The stuffing added flavor to the chicken which is good because it would be so bland without it. Plus you get your hands dirty :D And it may surprise you to know I buy cake mixes for my daughter for her little cupcake maker. She’s 8. We’ll work on scratch when she is older and I am not a culinary student with little time LOL.

  2. says

    Just found your blog and I love it! Going to try this recipe tomorrow night ~ hope my grocery store carries StoveTop Everyday!

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