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Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Crescent Roll Chicken

*Update: It was VERY good! I only had 1 can of crescent rolls so I made the entire recipe and had enough chicken mixture left to freeze for another half a batch! Plus, these are so filling, I could only eat about 1/2 of one and Claire & Lily shared a half. Plenty of leftovers to put in Charlie's lunch so it's economical, too! lol. I made it with cream of mushroom & white rice (all I had on hand) I probably would not use cream of chicken because cream of chicken just makes me nauseous. You can also eat these without the white rice and gravy. They are yummy with just the crescent rolls and filling! Anyway, all in all, a good and easy meal! Claire helped roll out the dough and spread the filling and roll them back up. I love any recipe that gets kids in the kitchen so I would give it 5 stars! Try it! :o)

Making this today for lunch for me & the girls! Sounds good,although really starchy but I am giving it a try anyway! I will let you know how it turns out! :o)

Crescent Roll Chicken

4-6 Chicken Breasts, boiled, cooled, chopped

8oz cream cheese, softened
1/4 c milk
4 Tbsp butter
salt and pepper to taste
little bit of garlic salt.

Mix all together, set aside.

2 Crescent roll cans (I use the butter and flaky ones)Roll out dough so 2 triangles form one rectangle, stretch and push seam together. Place a spoon full of the chicken mixture in the middle and bring four corners up around it and twist top to secure. If you want you can add some butter on top . Gravy is one can of cream of chicken or mushroom and I add milk and salt and pepper. Put Crescent roll chicken on top of a plate of rice and cover in gravy!

Just thought that I would share! Serving it with some broccoli & cauliflower! Yummy! :o)


1 comment:

Denise said...

I will be trying this very soon, yummy.

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