Best Turkey or Chicken and Stuffing Supreme Casserole

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Sometimes preparing an entire stuff bird, whether a chicken, turkey, goose or other fowl, can seem overwhelming. In that case, try this alternative recipe for Chicken or Turkey and Stuffing Supreme Casserole. It is a recipe that could not get easier, using commercial ingredients that you assemble and bake. Add the turkey or chicken, bake, and serve. Every one will love this casserole dish, filled with yummy stuffing, great meat, and even some green beans.

This dish is so easy to make that it will literally come together in just a few minutes. Get your littler hands to open containers and help put ingredients in to the mixing dish or pan as you prepare the casserole. There is not much to do, so you can have a great meal ready in no time at all. You might want to make some side veggies to accompany the meat and stuffing. A veggie pot pourri or just some steamed greens might work well. There are already green beans in the Chicken or Turkey and Stuffing Supreme Casserole, of course, so adding more veggies may not be needed. You can decide what works for you and your family.

Chicken and turkey are wonderful foods full of protein, low in fat and sodium. Chicken has sometimes been criticized for its relatively high cholesterol levels, but since it is fats that are of greater concern, a modest intake of chicken is not likely something to be concerned about. And both meats are readily available and quite affordable, even if you buy the meat fresh rather than frozen, and even if you buy free range varieties. So eat plenty of these two meats, and enjoy them. Find out how to make this recipe and many others just like it at the website, Midnight Baker.

Nutrition Facts for: Chicken or Turkey and Stuffing Supreme Casserole From The Midnight Baker
Ingredients: Chicken (or turkey) pieces, butter, salt, pepper, french-fried onions, seasoned poultry stuffing, cream of mushroom soup, cut green beans, soy sauce, milk.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 4 servings. * Per Serving: Calories 730, Calories from Fat 176, Total Fat 19.6g 30%, Saturated Fat 8.1g 41%, Cholesterol 88mg 29%, Sodium 1711mg 71%, Potassium 668mg 19%, Carbohydrates 94.4g 31%, Dietary Fiber 9.2g 37%, Sugars 10.3g, Protein 42.9g, Vitamin A 20%, Vitamin C 30%, Calcium 27%,Iron 44%

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