Forgotten Chicken

Welcome the forgotten chicken recipe! The one chicken recipe that can withstand being forgotten and still taste delicious! If you just happen to forget all about this recipe while you are running around trying to multi task, or like me, you work from home and get so engaged in work you forget to set the timer. This recipe is for you! Regardless of if you cook it according the the timed directions or you forget about it for longer than you hoped, it will remain moist and the flavors will only work their way into each other more and more creating something truly delectable.

If you do decide to follow the directions, then the cooking time for this chicken recipe is one and a half hours, but again, this is approximate and will be delicious served a bit late. It makes for the perfect hearty chicken leftovers and you can mix it up and add some favorite herbs, veggies or your favorite style of rice so that it becomes your own personalized main dish recipe. Don't forget that can of soup though which will help with the moistness as the chicken sits in the oven.

This chicken recipe works as both a side dish recipe and a main dish, and the best part about it, is that it's a one dish meal. One dish meals mean less dishes! The ingredients you will need for this chicken recipe include boneless skinless chicken breasts, Minute rice (you can use brown rice if you'd like), cream of mushroom soup, cream of chicken soup, water, butter and some Lipton onion soup mix. This is an easy to do main dish recipe or side dish recipe, that the whole family will love, with flavors that will keep you coming back for seconds.

To start get out a 9-inch by 13-inch baking dish and butter it. Then in a medium bowl, combine the cream of mushroom soup with the cream of chicken soup, some water and the Minute rice. Then place the chicken breasts on top of the mixture, and sprinkle the Lipton onion soup mix evenly over top of the chicken breasts. Cover the pan with aluminum foil and place in a preheated 350 degree Fahrenheit oven. Then cook for approximately one to one and a half hours, or until the chicken is cooked through.

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