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Have you ever wanted a home cooked, country-style meal but you didn’t want to put in all of the work that it takes to prepare one?
I hear ya! I love stuffing, chicken, potatoes, and gravy. Yum!
What I don’t love is standing in the kitchen for four hours preparing everything, eating for 20 minutes, and then spending another hour in the kitchen cleaning everything up. Well, guess what? I found a solution to this problem and the results are delicious.
Country chicken and dressing casserole is one of the best meals I’ve put on my table to date in terms of flavor and ease. This stuff ranks up there will all the other comfort foods we’ve come to know and love like macaroni and cheese, spaghetti, and beef roasts. It combines everything you’d expect to eat for Sunday dinner in one convenient casserole. What could be easier or tastier?
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Quick Tip: This is a great casserole to make after Thanksgiving when you have leftover turkey. Just swap out the chicken for the gobbler!