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This takes a long time to bake but the slow roasting and seasonings makes for a flavorful, tender and juicy fall off the bone chicken. Be sure to serve with mashers dressed with some of the gravy!
This is a simple, inexpensive, and delicious chicken dish that you can make, it's one of my favorites. You can make this meal complete by adding mashed potatoes and vegetables, such as carrots, peas, or green beans.
Cook chicken in a pan until slightly browned. Mix in cream of chicken soup, then add your desired amount of water (a little water for a thick "gravy", or a lot for a thin gravy - or you don't have to add water at all). Cover pan and allow to simmer for 15 minutes, stirring occasionally. While you let the chicken cook, in a separate pan, cook the egg noodles according to package directions. Serve chicken breasts and gravy over a bed of egg noodles after everything is done. Bon appetite!
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I recently had chicken to prepare for dinner and could not decide what to do that was quick, but different. I placed my chicken breasts in a baking pan and mixed together packages of chicken gravy and poured over the chicken and baked at 350 degrees F for about an hour. I cooked rice to go with it and used the excess gravy in the pan to go over the rice.
Quick to prepare after a long hard day!
By T Thomas from Alabama