Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Mama's Sick Chicken Recipe!

Okay....So here is the story behind the
"Sick Chicken" recipe!
This easy and yummy casserole became popular in our family because my mom would deliver this to our house if we were sick or had just had a baby or just sick and tired of cooking!
So my nephew named the dish
"Sick Chicken"!
So in his mind, when one was
sick this chicken dish
would arrive at your house.
This name was given before
"Sick" meant GOOD or COOL!
We all like "Sick Chicken"!
It is not SICK! (Bad) It is SICK! (Good)
It taste delicious!
So today I will share with you the recipe for this SICK dish!~
Simple ingredients.....
1 can of broth
1 can of cream of celery
cooked, diced chicken ( about 4-5 breasts)
1 box of stuffing
Put chicken in the bottom of a
casserole dish.
In a small bowl dilute the soup
with 1 cup of chicken broth.
Spread evenly over chicken.
Cook the stuffing according to the instructions on the box.
Spread stuffing on top of soup.
Bake at 350 degrees for about 30 minutes or
until it is good and bubbly!
Yummy for your tummy says Mama!
I always serve this with
coleslaw and cranberries!
It is like Turkey Day all over again
only much easier!
So there you go!
"Sick Chicken" ROCKS!


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8 comments:

Julie said...

What a fabulous, easy recipe, Holli! I think Sick Chicken will become a new favorite in our house!

The Lucy and Dick Show said...

Isn't it great how the traditional dishes get a life and name all their own!

mizdarlin said...

That chicken in the picture sure looks sick...this is kinda like the 'fowl' version of tuna surprise, always a well-loved standby..now I have another to attempt!

laura nuss said...

Must make for the family!

Ellis said...

I have this same recipe except mine has an extra layer of cooked minute rice (about 2 cups) and sour cream and cream chicken soup mixed together. So, put rice over chicken, over that spread the soup/sour cream mixture and then add the stuffing. On top of that, add a few small dots of butter and then about a half cup of chicken broth poured over the dressing. Pop in the over 350 for 30 minutes just like yours. It's amazing!!!

hjn said...

Sounds yummy!! I'm gonna try it!

Angela Beckman said...

Do you think we could add cheddar cheese?

hjn said...

I don't see why not? Because of the cream of chicken soup in the mix maybe go for a white cheese? Havarti, white american or white cheddar. If you add cheese I would layer it on top of the sauce but before the stuffing. Does that make sense? Let me know what you think!