This recipe comes from my mother-in-law, who came across this fool-proof little gem called StoveTop casserole. In our house/family, it goes by a different name. The Kymber Special. (See? Big time). And it's mighty delicious if I do say so myself.
1 package StoveTop (we like the chicken flavor)
3-4 large chicken breasts, thawed and cut into bite-size pieces (we cook ours too)
1 can cream of chicken soup
1/3 cup sour cream
1 package frozen veggies, thawed (we like the California blend (cauliflower, carrots, broccoli))
Directions (complete with the best pictures you've ever seen)
Make your stuffing as per usual.
So maybe we used a giant pan.
Mix cream of chicken soup, sour cream and veggies.
And maybe a snack on my DPs (Dr Pepper + dill pickles...see what I did there?) while cooking.
Add your chicken. Put all of this into a 9x13 pan or some other casserole dish.
Like the rest of our cookware, this casserole dish is red. Just thought you should know.
Put your stuffing on top. Bake for 30 minutes at 400°.
This is my loving husband who is mocking me for taking pictures of my dinner making skillz. I have to document that this actually happens every once in a while, ok?! P.S. See the red casserole dish?!
And wah-la. You're done. This is de-lish. And it takes like 45 minutes total to prep/bake. MRudd loves this dish, I love this dish, our friends love this dish...So do yourself a favor and make you some, mkay?
There you have it. A recipe from the girl who hates everything about cooking.