Sunday, April 27, 2008

Moms Chicken Rolls




8 oz. cream cheese


1 bunch green onions


about 4 cups cooked chicken


2 cans (8 oz) crescent rolls


1 stick melted butter


1 box chicken stove top stuffing, grounded fine (in a blender works well)


2 cans cream of chicken soup


1 soup can milk


3/4 cup sour cream



Blend cream cheese, cooked chicken, and cream cheese in kitchen aid. Set aside. Roll out crescent dough. On each triangle (picture above) place about 1-1 1/2 heaping Tbls. chicken mixture. Roll in up, making sure everything stays tucked inside. Finish up remaining rolls. Dip each roll in butter, and then roll in finely grounded stuffing mixture. Put chicken rolls on cookie sheet, or jelly roll pan. Bake at 350 degrees for about 15-20 minutes or until golden brown.
For the gravy mixture add cream of chicken soup, can of milk, and sour cream in a saucepan. Stir until well heated. Serve over the chicken rolls. (Excess gravy is great on mashed potatoes). Enjoy!


This makes A LOT of chicken rolls. if this is for a small family, cut the recipe in half. These also freeze well if you do make a lot!

This was/is one of my very favorite dishes. When my mom would ask what I wanted for my birthday dinner, it was always chicken rolls. Now days my kids always ask for "those chicken roll thingys".

1 comments:

Kelli said...

This is the BEST chicken dish in the whole world!!! Now it is also one of John't favorites.

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