The best chicken I ever made recipe



I don't have a picture of this recipe so Ill improvise and share a picture from my families recent Tybee vacation...

fun at the beach, beach vacation art, melissa powell, melissa osborne, orignal painting, original art,


Ok so this isn't a picture of us vacationing, but it's a painting I painted while on that Tybee vacation, so.... Eye candy???

Im still missing the island atmosphere and the way I felt there, and am certain that one day I will live there. In the mean time I have discovered Mary Kay Andrews, a writer who writes about Savannah and Tybee to tide me over. She is worth the read.



Anyway, what you came here for... The recipe, that i wish i had gotten a picture of.. Sorry...

This recipe is loosely based on a recipe my mother inlaw made once, that she called Sunday chicken.

Her version used campbell's cream of mushroom soup, and lebanon bologna instead of salami, but since no local grocer sells Lebanon bologna anymore we went with Genoa Salami..

****This recipe could easily be made in the crock pot..

THE BEST CHICKEN I EVER MADE

2 packages fresh baby spinach
1 package froze chicken tenders
6-8 slices genoa salami
2 cups chicken broth
1 block softened cream cheese
1 cup slices mushrooms
salt, pepper, and garlic to taste (note salami is already salted so you wont need quite as much salt as in other dishes)
layer the fresh baby spinach in the bottom of your casserole dish, on top of that layer your genoa salami slices to cover entire pan, add chicken to the top of that , then mushrooms evenly over the top of that..
In a bowl mix softened cream cheese, chicken broth, an salt, pepper, and garlic until well blended, pour this mixture evenly over contents of casserole dish and cover with tinfoil bake for 2 hours at 375 degrees, remove foil, and bake an additional 1 hour (i cooked my chicken from frozen, if your chicken is thawed you wont need to cook it as long.)
to cook in crock pot I'd follow the instructions the same and set it to cook for 4 hours if chicken is thawed 6 hours if frozen
The broth the chicken makes would go great over noodles or rice


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The best chicken I ever made recipe



I don't have a picture of this recipe so Ill improvise and share a picture from my families recent Tybee vacation...

fun at the beach, beach vacation art, melissa powell, melissa osborne, orignal painting, original art,


Ok so this isn't a picture of us vacationing, but it's a painting I painted while on that Tybee vacation, so.... Eye candy???

Im still missing the island atmosphere and the way I felt there, and am certain that one day I will live there. In the mean time I have discovered Mary Kay Andrews, a writer who writes about Savannah and Tybee to tide me over. She is worth the read.



Anyway, what you came here for... The recipe, that i wish i had gotten a picture of.. Sorry...

This recipe is loosely based on a recipe my mother inlaw made once, that she called Sunday chicken.

Her version used campbell's cream of mushroom soup, and lebanon bologna instead of salami, but since no local grocer sells Lebanon bologna anymore we went with Genoa Salami..

****This recipe could easily be made in the crock pot..

THE BEST CHICKEN I EVER MADE

2 packages fresh baby spinach
1 package froze chicken tenders
6-8 slices genoa salami
2 cups chicken broth
1 block softened cream cheese
1 cup slices mushrooms
salt, pepper, and garlic to taste (note salami is already salted so you wont need quite as much salt as in other dishes)
layer the fresh baby spinach in the bottom of your casserole dish, on top of that layer your genoa salami slices to cover entire pan, add chicken to the top of that , then mushrooms evenly over the top of that..
In a bowl mix softened cream cheese, chicken broth, an salt, pepper, and garlic until well blended, pour this mixture evenly over contents of casserole dish and cover with tinfoil bake for 2 hours at 375 degrees, remove foil, and bake an additional 1 hour (i cooked my chicken from frozen, if your chicken is thawed you wont need to cook it as long.)
to cook in crock pot I'd follow the instructions the same and set it to cook for 4 hours if chicken is thawed 6 hours if frozen
The broth the chicken makes would go great over noodles or rice


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