Creamy Chicken, Beef and Potatoes is a hearty combination of chicken breasts baked with mashed potatoes and chipped beef. Easy-to-make and ready in less than 1 hour, this makes a great fall or winter meal.
- 2 packages (11-oz.) Creamed Chipped Beef, defrosted according to package directions
- 8 cups mashed potatoes
- 6 boneless, skinless chicken breast halves, cooked
- 2 cups crushed potato chips
PREHEAT oven to 375°F. Lightly grease a 13x9x2-inch baking dish.
PLACE mashed potatoes in prepared baking dish; arrange chicken on top of potatoes. Pour creamed chipped beef over chicken; top with potato chips.
BAKE for 30 minutes.
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We have fixed this several times now and have had little to no leftover. Used french onion topping instead of chips. Also after putting potatoes in dish used a generous layer of garlic powder and shredded cheese blend for a different taste. Easy to fix and will continue to do so.
This was such an easy dish. I did use crushed chips and it still tasted great! I definitely reccomend this dish to anyone!
Nothing Left Over
This recipe was great! My kids loved it. I left out the chips and used french fried onions instead at my husband's request. Very good.
This was very easy to make and tasted great. My family loved it and wants me to make it often. It's definetly a new way to cook chicken.
The first time I made this, I thought "Wow, what a great comfort food." It was very simple to make and very warming on a rainy day. I decided not to use the potato chips because that made it feel too much like a kiddie dish. Next time I will try the French's onions as suggested in another review.
All in all, the recipe is easy and very filling.
This recipe is definately something very different. I will make it again.
This recipe is one of the best and easiest I have ever had. I did brown the chicken breasts first using Maggi sauce and garlic just for looks more than anything. My husband had eaten it for three straight nights and can't wait for me to make it again. Truly a wonderful meal.
Give dinner a different twist!
The only reason this recipe did not receive a five-star rating from me was because the potato chip topping gets soggy if there are any leftovers. Instead of potato chips, I use french-fried onions, like the kind used as the topping for green bean casserole. Also, make mashed potatoes like you do for a side dish, adding butter and milk. Otherwise, the potato part is rather bland. This is a very versatile recipe and is DEFINITELY a keeper!