How to make it

  • In large mixing bowl combine 2 cans of cream of chicken soup with 1 cup milk; stir well and set aside.
  • In a different large bowl combine 8 oz of shredded cheese and 20 oz shredded chicken. Mix well with a fork and set aside.
  • Butter a 9X13 baking dish (esp in corners and up sides).
  • Pour small amount of soup mix in bottom of baking dish. (Just enough for biscuits not to stick to bottom.)
  • Pre-heat oven to 375F.
  • One by one separate crescent rolls into individual triangles and place on a plate.
  • On a separate plate take each triangle and flatten with fingers until thin but with no holes.
  • Fill the fat end of the triangle with chicken and cheese mixture (1 heaping tablespoon for each triangle) and tightly roll crescent roll. Pinch the ends closed if they are showing any mixture.
  • Place each one in pan, with the sides touching each other (3 rows of 8).
  • Pour remaining soup mixture over top of biscuits, ***making sure to cover every bit of biscuit showing.***
  • Bake at 375F for 60-65 minutes, until top is golden brown. (Rotate the pan after 30 minutes.)
  • Allow to cool for 5-10 minutes, then serve and enjoy!
  • This recipe yields 24 biscuits, and feeds 4-8 people. Enjoy!

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  • 22566 7 years ago
    I really do not know about the chicken
    As for the biscuit...rolled or cut...
    In the south,a biscuit is a soft leavend bread...some what thrasted...but gently,for one would not want it to be over worked.
    Some may refer to it as a common verison of a cookie or a cracker,but I do not get it.
    If one but just looked at a biscuit as a twice cooked process...baked,then dried out in a slow oven
    Your recipe is not a little cookie or cake,it is a recipe that does not lack the penalty,nor does it wish to be called fowl...A beaten biscuit and one chicken...I think should score!
    Very nice fusion of two...where one lacks the other covers.
    Kind Regards
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  • NPMarie 7 years ago
    I saw her make this on the show, thanks for the reminder!!! Nice post:, great comfort meal!
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  • iamericap 7 years ago
    P.S. There's lots of things you can do to change up the flavor of this recipe, such as adding veggies inside the chicken and cheese mixture, or adding garlic powder, onion powder, or black pepper to the soup mixture. Experiment and have fun with it. So far, my favorite is just the way it comes, but you might like to change it up a bit. =)
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