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I had been fine tuning the initial recipe to make it for the taste of my family. I have to tell you it was a great success. They loved the flavour, the thickness and enjoyed having a treat like this in the midst of a stressful workweek. They quite simply asked for even more, more and more. Thus the next occasion I'm not going to make the same miscalculation. I am gonna multiply the amount to make them pleased.
Crescent rolls full of rotisserie chicken, broccoli and cheddar cheese, cooked, then smothered within a cheesy sauce....and baked again.
This recipe was a big success and one which will be made again, everyone loved it. I'm going to be using my leftover turkey from Thanksgiving and causeing this to be yummy dish...I cannot wait!
Cheesy Poultry Crescent Bake
1 rotisserie chicken, meat removed a cut to bite size pieces
8 count of large (extra large size - Big & Flaky) crescent rolls
2 mugs shredded cheddar parmesan cheese, divided in half
1 bag iced broccoli steamers, cooked and cut into bite size pieces
sodium & pepper to taste
Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Spray a 9x13 cooking dish with non-stick cooking spray.
In a large bowl, blend chicken, broccoli and 1 cup cheddar cheese. Separate crescent rolls - individually, place a crescent on flat surface and add a huge heaping scoop of chicken mix and roll-up, closing (pinch) any opportunities. Repeat with the remaining rolls. You will see leftover chicken - set aside, it'll be added later on. Place rolls in baking dish and bake for 10 minutes. Observe photos below.
While crescents are baking for 10 minutes, in a moderate size sauce skillet heat soup, milk, sour cream and 1 cup cheddar over moderate high temperature, stirring until parmesan cheese has melted. Keep warm on low.
After 10 minutes of baking, remove crescents from oven, pour staying chicken mixture around rolls, cover with sauce and bake an additional 20 minutes. Remove and serve warm. Enjoy.
Serve having a aspect salad. Also great with outrageous rice.
Use your leftover Thanksgiving turkey in place of the chicken for a wonderful post Thanksgiving meal...gobble gobble.
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This appears delicious! Do you have a guess concerning how much poultry you get in one rotisserie chicken?...either in mugs or ounces. I've some shredded poultry I produced and froze by the cup. It could also be helpful to know an approximate quantity for using leftover Thanksgiving turkey...good plan, incidentally. :)
"How big is rotisserie chickens does vary. The average weight for the rotisserie chicken is about 2 pounds (32 ounces). You'll get the following quantity of cut-up meats from a 2-pound poultry"
Whole Rooster = 3 Cups
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This appears and sounds good, I'll give it a try...Thanks for posting.
looks and noises yummy gives this a try this weekend
Kathi B said...
this sounds amazing likely to make an effort to print and surely allow it to be..
sorry if foolish question but what is a crescent move please ??? I reside in nz but from England :)
We made these last night plus they were very simple and absolutely delicious. They didn't obtain soggy even after baking them with the mozzarella cheese sauce. That is a keeper.
While I like broccoli hubby does NOT do broccoli or cauliflower. Question what else might work in there??
has anyone produced these a day beforehand and baked off the very next day? if so how have they proved? Thanks
This is wonderful! The whole family cherished it! I cooked chicken breasts in the croc pot (because that's what i got readily available) and added some Zhenders Poultry Seasoning towards the sauce (instead of salt). Place them together last night and baked today. Will certainly make these once again, thanks for sharing!
This is delicious! I treasured it and will definitely make it again. Easy as well.
Just wondering, would you cooked the broccoli 1st? Or place it in frozen??
My hubby pitched one package of regular crescent rolls so I improvised with Bisquick for just two of the pouches. I mixed the smaller types like someone mentioned above. We'll see how they turn out. I want dibs on a crescent!
I made today and was delicious. The crescent rolls were just a little doughy. I cooked them about 25 a few minutes looking to get them to cook through before adding sauce.
You could use corn or chopped green beans as well.
I'll try this tonight for supper. As it is definitely early spring, I'm going to sub the broccoli with clean asparagus that is beginning to show up to get at an inexpensive price. I think a few chopped up new mushrooms may connect it all jointly as well!
Hello, I'm interested, should it be considered a 10.5oz may of cream of mushroom or a family group size 22.6oz?
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