Succulent chicken breasts baked in a wine sauce with a golden brown stuffing topping. This old-fashioned recipe is perfect for company or special occasion, and so easy to fix! Add a salad and bread, and you have a delicious meal. Perfect to prepare for a crowd or for a church dinner, too! Enjoy!
Photo is from a free site, recipe compliments of Mary and tweaked to suit our tastes.
I use a seasoned cast iron skillet, the size that will just hold 4 breasts. I like the way it browns. (You can also use a casserole dish.) Grease the skillet. Place breasts in skillet.
Add the cheese slices to cover all of the chicken breasts.
Mix one can of cream of mushroom soup with wine and sour cream, stir, then pour soup mixture over the cheese.
I take a rolling pin and run it over the seasoned stuffing in the bag before I open it. I make it just a little less coarse than it is. (Don't roll it into fine crumbs.) Mix the 3 cups of stuffing with the melted butter and spoon on top of the chicken. Spread it out to make a crust.
Bake in 350 degree oven for 45 minutes COVERED with foil, uncover and bake 15 minutes or until brown and chicken is done. Let stand 5 minutes before serving. Enjoy!