Large can of Cream of Chicken soup


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My friend bought this big can of cream of chicken soup by mistake and didn't want it.

What are some ideas for using it?



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dump chicken . . .

had this last night - it's a long time fav
(divide by half for two people)

little oil on bottom of square/rectangular baking dish
boneless skinless chicken breast (I prefer to use tenderloins...)
plunk in chicken - about 1.5 lb
mix undiluted soup with 50% by volume of sour cream (i.e. 16.5..? oz soup by weight + 8 oz by weight sour cream)
slather chicken
crush Ritz crackers - full sleeve for four portions
liberal sprinkle over soup/sour cream mixture
bake about one hour at 350'F
about halfway thru (i.e. 30 minutes) liberal sprinkle of grated cheddar (2 cups)

last night I used cream of celery soup. frankly, methinks using chicken soup is a smidge too chicken-nee-nee...
Ritz - no sub. they have a flavor....


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I'm making Sour Cream Chicken Enchiladas tonight. If I like them, I'll post the recipe I used. It calls for Cream of Chicken.


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I had a little change of plan on the Sour Cream Chicken Enchiladas. I made the corn tortillas using Masa, water, and salt. I was using a rolling pin to roll them out, and they didn't come out round. I couldn't really see through the parchment paper. That's my excuse anyway. They were thin enough but shaped more rectangular :mrgreen:. So, the dish became a Sour Cream Chicken Enchilada Casserole. It was good, and I'd do it again.

I watched a video on how to make tortillas without a press. Mine will be round next time :glare:.

Here's what I ended up doing:

Mix together:
can of cr of ckn soup
about 1 cup sour cream
about 1 cup salsa verde

Saute about 1/2 cup, maybe a little more, onion
Add shredded, cooked chicken
Season with cumin

little sauce
chicken/onion mixture
shredded colby jack cheese
repeat layers, top with remaining sauce and more cheese

bake at 375 until bubbly

If using a family size can of cr of ckn soup, just double everything. That will make a huge pan of enchiladas.


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i'm w/ chix-pot-pies-- pour over puff pastry via a freezer section (not pies; i mean pastry seeing as to how that takes an effort that is so too ugh-- i say buy frozen- add additional fresh/the-cook chix, celery, carrot, onion, sage, garlic, etcetera--