Sam's Club Rotesserie Chicken & Dressing

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Serves: 6 or more depending on portion size
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Cooking Method: Bake

Ingredients

1 large whole rotisserie cooked chicken
4-5 stick celery, chopped
2 large onions chopped
1 large red or green bell pepper, chopped
1 1/2-2 stick butter
1 can(s) 10 1/2 ounce cream of chicken soup
1 can(s) 10 1/2 ounce cream of celery soup
1 can(s) 10 1/2 ounce cream of mushroom soup
4 large eggs room temperature
2 tsp sage, dried or poultry seasoning
12 c salad croutons
3 c chicken broth (more or less as desired)
2 tsp coarse black pepper
4-5 clove whole garlic minced

The Cook

Rose Mary Mogan Recipe
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Member Since Sep 2011
Rose Mary's notes for this recipe:
I created this recipe using a Sam's Club cold Rotisserie chicken that I had bought earlier, and Bagged Salad Croutons.

Chicken and Dressing stems from my Southern Roots and despite the high temperatures OUTSIDE IT WAS NICE AND COOL ON THE INSIDE, AND I MADE ONE OF MY FAVORITE MEALS ON YESTERDAY.

It was so tasty and good, I served it with Country Style Green Beans W Potatoes Onion and Bacon, and had Cranberry Sauce on the side. The chicken was crispy on the outside & moist and tender on the inside. What a comforting meal idea on a hot summers day.

I loved it, and so did my husband.
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Directions

1
Using the pre cooked Rotisserie Chicken and the bagged croutons made this a quick yet tasty meal idea. A large bag of croutons usually COST A LOT LESS than a bag of stuffing, and you can add your own spices to it. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.
2
Chop celery, bell pepper, onions and mince garlic.
3
Add butter and veggies to large skillet and sauté until veggies are tender and translucent. In the meantime cut the chicken into 8 pieces with a sharp knife.( I will post a picture of how this is done next time) I forgot to take the pictures of this as I went along. SORRY
4
Measure out croutons and add to a large bowl.
5
Add about 1 1/2 cups of chicken broth over croutons to soften up just a bit. Add the sautéed vegetables. Stir to mix.
6
Empty each of the cans of soup into a medium size bowl.NOTE I AM USING THE OFF BRAND OF SOUPS, BECAUSE USUALLY WHEN MIXED WITH OTHER INGREDIENTS IT DOESN'T MATTER AS MUCH ABOUT THE BRAND & I can save some money.
7
Add the 4 eggs and beat to blend the mixture together. THIS MIXTURE IS GOING TO MAKE YOUR STUFFING/DRESSING NICE AND MOIST, & NOT DRY.
8
Now pour soup mixture over the croutons, add the sage, then stir to blend together. I didn't need the extra can of soup I showed in the picture above.
9
Spray a 9X13X2 inch pan with cooking spray. Pour in the stuffing/dressing mixture. THEN PLACE the chicken parts on top of the dressing. Spray chicken pieces with non stick cooking spray,[I USED BUTTER FLAVORED COOKING SPRAY] THIS HELPS TO CRISP UP THE OUTER SKIN OF THE CHICKEN AS IT BAKES.
10
BAKE IN PREHEATED 350 DEGREE F. OVEN FOR 45 MINUTES TO 1 HOUR, or until stuffing is hot and bubbly and chicken is heated through.
11
Serve with your favorite sides and enjoy.
12
Instead of adding the whole pieces of chicken on top of the stuffing this time, I DEBONED THE CHICKEN and added all of the big chunky pieces inside the stuffing, and it worked out just great. This is a picture of what it looked like.
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user Catherine Cantrell peepie22 - Jul 15, 2013
Sounds Great! This is one of my all time favorite dishes and I will be trying it out soon! Those Rotisserie chickens are a life saver!! Thanks Rose Mary for all of your great recipes!
user Rose Mary Mogan cookinginillinois - Jul 15, 2013
Thanks so much Catherine, yes they sure are a life saver. I certainly did enjoy having it yesterday. This and Peach Cobbler are 2 of my most favorite meal ideas. OLD FASHIONED PEACH COBBLER I have family in Alpharetta Ga, don't know if that is close to you or not. But thanks for the comments. Have a nice day.
user Cin Straw's Kitchen NanatomyGrandsismyPassion - Jul 15, 2013
Boy oh boy oh boy.....wish I'd been to supper at your house Sis.
user Judy W zoobie - Jul 15, 2013
I was about to say the same thing Cin did. I want to come to your house for supper!! Wish we were neighbors! Every recipe you post sounds just wonderful. Definitely going to try this one as well.

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