Mummified Chicken.

Be kind to your chicken.

Treat it with honor, with respect, and with the utmost royalty: Mummify it in Bacon.

 

 

And if you’re feeling especially kind, lay it on a bed of dried beef.

After all, chicken loves the company of other animals.

Mummified Chicken

Difficulty: Super Easy
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 1.5 hours or 45 minutes – see notes.
Calories: 285 per serving, before rice.

Ingredients:
12 Chicken Strips
1 Pack of Bacon
1 Jar of Dried Beef
1 Large Carton of Sour Cream
2 Cans of Cream of Mushroom Soup
1 White Onion
Salt & Pepper

Line a casserole dish with the dried beef.

Salt and Pepper the chicken, then wrap it lovingly in bacon, placing it with tenderness atop the dried beef slices.

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Cover with chopped onions.

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Mix the sour cream and soup together, then spread on top of the onions, creating a warm and cozy blanket for your beloved chicken.

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Cover with aluminum foil and cook at 325 degrees for 1.5 hours, or if you’re in a hurry, 375 degrees for 45 minutes.  But chicken loves to be warmed up to slowly, so it will be happier, and therefore more moist, when cooked at a lower temperature.

Serve with rice, and enjoy your tri-meat, husband-pleasing, kid-pleasing, chicken-thrilled dish of deliciousness.

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Comments

  1. polymathamy says:

    Yes! My grandma and mom make something very similar to this, but without the onions. That dried beef in jars is hard to find!

    -Amy

  2. Pretty sure this is going to be my dinner tonight…thanks (except I don’t have dried beef)! :) You really should be sharing your recipes…so far they are awesome!

    Thanks for answering my question earlier about the scale. I ordered it. Hope it’s an affiliate link for you.

    -Shondra

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