Easy Skillet Chicken With Stuffing
Easy Skillet Chicken With Stuffing in a delicious sauce is what made this so good that my 4 year old grandson ate every bite then proceeded to tell me I was a great chef! I couldn’t help but laugh but of course I told him thank you. This was a huge hit with my husband too and he informed me he wants it again. There were no leftovers with this meal!
Source: Adapted from a Campbell’s Soup recipe.
In a large skillet, melt the
butter over medium heat.
Add the chicken and cook on all sides
until cooked through and no more pink
remains. Salt and pepper to taste, optional.
Remove skillet from the burner.
Place chicken into a bowl and set aside.
Discard any liquid in the skillet.
In a small bowl add the milk to the soup.
Whisk until smooth.
In the skillet that you cooked the
chicken in, prepare the stuffing according
to the package directions except remove
the skillet from the burner and let the
stuffing sit for 2 minutes.
Place the chicken on top of the stuffing.
Pour the soup mixture on top
of the chicken & stuffing.
Spread the cheese evenly on top.
Cover the skillet and heat over medium
low heat until hot and the cheese melts.
Place on serving plates and
garnish with parsley, optional.
Easy Skillet Chicken With Stuffing
- 1 Tbsp butter
- 4 boneless chicken breast, cut into 1/2″ squares
- 1 box (6 oz.) chicken flavored stuffing
- 1 can (10 & 3/4 oz.) cream of chicken soup
- 1/2 cup milk
- 1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese
- parsley, for garnish
- In a large skillet over medium heat, melt the butter.
- Add the chicken then salt and pepper to taste.
- Cook on all sides until no more pink remains and chicken is fully cooked, however, do not over cook or it will be dry.
- Remove the skillet from the burner. Place the chicken into a bowl and set aside. Discard any liquid left in the skillet.
- In a small bowl whisk the milk and soup together until smooth and creamy.
- In the same skillet, prepare the stuffing according to the package directions except remove the skillet from the burner and let stuffing sit for 2 minutes in the skillet.
- Place the chicken evenly on top of the stuffing.
- Pour the soup mixture over the chicken.
- Sprinkle the cheese evenly on top.
- Cover the skillet and heat over medium low heat until hot and the cheese melts.
- Place on a serving plate and garnish with parsley, optional.
Categories: Chicken, Milk Products, Soup, Stuffing
That is a great stick to your ribs kinda meal! My guys would love this. Thanks for sharing!
You’re welcome! My guys devoured this!
Mine will too!
You have to love grandkids!!
SO true!!! Anything I eat he comes over and looks at my food and says “I like that” hahahaha. They are the best!
Sounds like a wonderful comfort food dish.
Thank you Janet! It definitely made the men in my life happy! lol
Looks like a yummy quick dinner for after work.
Kid and husband approved…lol Thanks Bernice!
Delicious dish, children will eat well, because they like chicken.
Thank you and enjoy!
Love the step-by-step pictures! Makes it easy! Would a version of this work in a Wok do you suppose??
Thank you Sure! Yes use it just like the skillet.
Good to know!! Thanks!
Hey Diane, you’re as talented in the kitchen as you say I am with my painting. The big difference is your work is not only beautiful it can be eaten 😊
Awwwww you are so sweet! Thank you!
Thanks for posting!
Love chicken, love stuffing, love cheese! 🙌🏼
It is a great combination isn’t it? 💕
This looks delicious Diane and I think you should get one of those chef’s toques to wear in the kitchen – your grandson will get a kick out of it. Just get a disposable one. 🙂
That would be hilarious! He would love that!
I am sure you could get one somewhere – most likely on Amazon. A fellow blogger’s grandson is studying in NC at the College of Culinary Arts at Johnson & Wales University. So he just finished his first year of college. He wants to be a pastry chef. They asked him to be on a cooking show (Iron Chef) and each of the students had a paper toque. Nathaniel collects hats for a hobby and this was his first competition and someone at the hotel took it (mostly likely the cleaning staff). Anyway, your grandson would get a kick out of – isn’t he the one who tells everyone about your blog?
No it’s his sister but he would still get a kick out of it.
OK, I remembered it was a grandchild as you got a real chuckle out of it. I think you should do it for kicks.
I make a version of this that’s baked in the oven, but I think I like your skillet method better.
We really love it this way. It is especially nice when you don’t want to heat up the house using the oven. Thanks!