Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Chicken n Dressin' Casserole

I wanted to share a very simple, but tasty Chicken and Dressing Casserole recipe. It is Thanksgiving in a dish! When mixing you may think that the mixture is too wet, but it cooks perfectly! This is a dressing casserole that is so moist it doesn't even need gravy... but I love gravy, so I fix some on the side anyway! 




Chicken -n- Dressin' Casserole

4 chicken breasts cooked and cubed
1 pan prepared cornbread, cooled and crumbled
4 eggs, boiled, chopped
1 small onion, chopped
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper
1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
2 cups chicken broth
1 can condensed cream of mushroom soup

Combine all ingredients and place in a 13x9 baking dish. Bake at 350 for about 30-45 minutes or until set.



47 comments:

  1. I love gravy, too! LOL. This looks wonderful and easy. Pinning it.

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  2. I will definitely be making this! My mom used to make it when I was younger!

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  3. I am trying this out right now. Looks yummy!

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  4. Could you fix this in a slow cooker?

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    1. Yes! You definitely could fix this in a crock pot! Comes out wonderfully! :-)

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  5. Do you think you could freeze prior to cooking and bake later? Any suggestions on time or temp if you can? Thanks!

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  6. WHEN YOU SAY ONE PAN OF CORNBREAD - DO YOU MEAN A 9X13 PAN?

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  7. Do you use sweet or non sweet cornbread?

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  8. Thanks for your questions...
    I have never tried freezing this casserole.

    I use Jiffy cornbread mix and one box makes an 8x8 size pan. Jiffy is a little sweet... but not too sweet, just a hint! Thanks Again! ~ Lynn SWAT

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    1. My box says corn muffin mix and gives no instructions on pan method. Did I buy the wrong one?

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    2. No Darlene, you didn't get the wrong thing. Mine has instructions on the side and calls it Johnny Cake I think. Just mix it like it says and cook it in a greased dish, pan or skillet. You are going to crumble it anyway... so cook it however you like. :-)

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    3. Thanks Lynn making it tonight.

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  9. How would you go about making it in a crock pot?

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  10. I wanted to let you know that your recipe is featured on this weeks Manic Monday :)

    http://bobbiskozykitchen.blogspot.com/2012/11/manic-monday-party-16.html

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    1. Awesome!!! Thanks Bobbi! You are a doll!

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  11. I made this a month ago and it is so delicious. I am making it again tomorrow for turkey day. I can hardly wait for dinner tomorrow. Thanks for sharing!

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  12. I definitely see myself making this before the long weekend in over, Lynn! Just exactly right for my "situation" :) Thank you Sugah! Wishing you and yours a blessed Thanksgiving! xoxo

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  13. You say a Prepared PAN of cornbread...What size pan??

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  14. I use Jiffy cornbread mix and one box makes an 8x8 size pan. ~ Lynn SWAT

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  15. Gracias por compartir tan deliciosas quisiera hacer la receta pero no se que puedo usar en la mezcla de maiz ya que aqui no la encuentro vivo en GUATEMALA CENTRO AMERICA,muchas gracias.

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  16. I am looking to make casserole dishes to take to my son and daughter-in-law's house during the week. They just had twins so it's pretty hectic. Question - how long can the dishes stay in the fridge before baking? Thanks.

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    1. Maybe overnight... I've never done that. Cover it tightly so it doesn't dry out and it should be ok.

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  17. Is this a side dish or main course??
    Looks awesome.

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  18. Don't forget cranberry sauce!! A friend took this to our garden club Christmas luncheon. It was sooo good, but I would have killed for a side of cranberry sauce!!!

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  20. Replies
    1. No M'am! Sage is a big no-no in my house. My father was the first one to realize that sage was the culprit of tummy troubles around the holiday. For the many family members with acid reflux, sage is a big trigger. So, we don't use sage here at all, and we have seen a very big improvement. Check out my blog about it...

      http://lynn-southernwithatwist.blogspot.com/2011/12/holiday-tummy-trouble.html

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    2. Thank you for the heads up on sage. I did not know this. It explains a lot now about how I feel after a Thanksgiving dinner. I appreciate this and will read your blog.

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  21. I am making this as soon as I get home! I'm going to make it with chicken this time and with turkey next time!!!!!!

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  22. I am going to make this for my family and I also have a blog and I would love for you to follow me as well!

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  23. please share your gravy recipe you serve with this

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  24. I have been hungry for this for several days. Today, the store had marked down chicken thighs. I wanted the easy throw it in the crock pot version as I start a new class tonight. So...I kind of made up my own and it is cooking in the crock pot for tonight.

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  25. Do you have any instructions for making it in a crockpot?

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  26. In the original recipe, the pan of cornbread, is that 1 or 2 boxes of jiffy cornbread? I say original, because I wanted to cut it in half because I cook for 2 people only and I got confused on that.

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    1. 1 box of Jiffy Cornbread Mix, prepared. Let me know how it turns out for you! :-)

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    2. If you are cutting the recipe in half, you could bake the full pan of cornbread, cut that in half, crumble both halves separately, and freeze one half for a later use. I have kept cornbread in the freezer (zipper bag) for up to three months; I wouldn't go much past that, as it starts to taste a little off.

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  27. I make this gluten free slightly different recipe have it in fridge now.

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    1. May I ask how? My husband can't eat gluten (medical diagnosis) and I am trying to learn to prepare food for him...and me. I follow Lynn on Facebook...Terry Johnson Sullivan.

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  28. This is how I make my *holiday* turkey and dressing...all year long. DELICIOUS! I use Cream of Chicken soup instead though.

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  29. I made this tonight with the following substitutions: Cream of Chicken with Herbs (in place of Cream of Mushroom), no boiled eggs, and added about a Teaspoon of Poultry seasoning, it was delicious! My kids had seconds. Thanks so much for this easy and tasty dish!

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  30. Is there any way to pin your recipes?

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    1. All my recipes are pin-able. Use your "pin it" button on your toolbar or go to my SWAT board.

      http://www.pinterest.com/southernwatwist/southern-with-a-twist/

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  31. Prepared this casserole this morning for Thanksgiving!!! My family does not like ham, nor turkey. This is delicious......Thanks!!

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  32. This was wonderful! Thanks for posting!

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