Chicken Cheese Bread Ya’ll!!!

Easy peasy with baked deli chicken.  I used the stuff from Costco.  It’s so convenient beause it’s already off the bone and it can be put into freezer for future use.

What I did:

I used 2 tubes of Pillsbury Cresent roll sheets.  Opened them and put them on non-stick foil on a cookie sheet.  I flattened them out a bit, but be careful as they can tear. St them aside.

Take you pulled deli chicken and give it a rough chop.  Put it in a large mixing bowl.  Add dried celery leaves, a teaspoon each of Old Bay, ground pepper, garlic powder and onion powder.  You can add whatever other spices you want.  Example Italian seasoning, Mexican seasoning, chopped scallions or chopped chive.  Use your imagination.

Then add a can of cream of something soup. You may need to add some broth or liquid if it seems too dry, but be careful not to make it too soupy as it will make a mess

Divide the chicken mixture between the two Crescent roll sheets.  Place the chicken mixture down the center of each sheet.  Sprinkle with desired amount of your favorite grated cheese.  Fold both sides to the center, pressing down if you need to to get it sealed on the top.  Fold the ends over the top.  Flatten both slightly with your hands.

Bake in a preheated  375 degree oven until golden brown and delish.  Let cool for 10 minutes, cut and serve.

Tips:  Add frozen peas and carrots for a Chicken Cheese Pot Pie Bread

Use cooked seafood and cream of celery soup

Use browned lamb and change out the cheese with Feta Cheese & kale or spinach use cream of mushroom soup

Till next time y’all!

Chef Kadie

 
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