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Craig’s Chicken and Stuffing Gratin

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As one of my general managers (radio) once said with astonishment:

Do you do radio shows… and do you cook too?

He wasn’t being sarcastic.

My response was something like: “Well yeah. I love to eat.”

Here’s another one of my “prepared on the spot” meals.

It’s great when they’re easy…and make enough leftovers for another meal.

Let’s start:

Here’s most of what you’ll need. (Photo by Craig Allen)

Here’s most of what you’ll need. (Photo by Craig Allen)

Take the chicken and a sharp knife, and start slicing and dicing…

Cut the chicken into small pieces. (Photo by Craig Allen)

Cut the chicken into small pieces. (Photo by Craig Allen)

You can make quick work of this…

2 chicken breasts cut into small pieces. (Photo by Craig Allen)

2 chicken breasts cut into small pieces. (Photo by Craig Allen)

Place the chicken in…

Food. (Photo by Craig Allen)

Food. (Photo by Craig Allen)

…a hot, lightly oiled skillet.

Ended. Lightly salt and pepper the chicken, if desired. (Photo by Craig Allen)

Ended. Lightly salt and pepper the chicken, if desired. (Photo by Craig Allen)

While the chicken cooks, prepare a box of stuffing as directed on the box (1&1/2 C hot water, 4 C butter. Microwave on HIGH 5-6 minutes)

I made the stuffing in the microwave. (Photo by Craig Allen)

I made the stuffing in the microwave. (Photo by Craig Allen)

Press the stuffing into a lightly oiled mold…

1 box of prepared Pyrex stuffing. (Photo by Craig Allen)

1 box of prepared Pyrex stuffing. (Photo by Craig Allen)

…Pyrex pan 9×13.

Press the stuffing evenly into the pan. (Photo by Craig Allen)

Press the stuffing evenly into the pan. (Photo by Craig Allen)

There are just enough padding to cover the bottom of the Pyrex.

Do you have cheese? YEAH.

Sprinkle some mozzarella over the stuffing. (Photo by Craig Allen)

Sprinkle some mozzarella over the stuffing. (Photo by Craig Allen)

Sprinkle the fully cooked chicken evenly…

Look at all that chicken. (Photo by Craig Allen)

Look at all that chicken. (Photo by Craig Allen)

…on stuffing and cheese. YUM.

Do you remember the BBQ sauce in the photo at the top of the page?

Your favorite barbecue sauce adds another level of flavor. (Photo by Craig Allen)

Your favorite barbecue sauce adds another level of flavor. (Photo by Craig Allen)

Add as much BBQ sauce as you want.

Then sprinkle the rest…

More cheese, please. (Photo by Craig Allen)

More cheese, please. (Photo by Craig Allen)

…your shredded mozzarella cheese (8oz) on top.

An “overview” before everything goes into the oven. (Photo by Craig Allen)

An “overview” before everything goes into the oven. (Photo by Craig Allen)

Sounds good, right?

It’s almost baked… in the oven. (Photo by Craig Allen)

It’s almost baked… in the oven. (Photo by Craig Allen)

Place in a preheated oven at 350 for 25 minutes.

This Chicken and Stuffing Bake is ready to cut. (Photo by Craig Allen)

Ended. (Photo by Craig Allen)

ENJOY.

Its good. (Photo by Craig Allen)

Its good. (Photo by Craig Allen)

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