Russ' Recipes
Break Line
Break Line
 

( Makes " 12 " cupcake size servings )

Ingredients:

  •   2 - small " thin " cooked Chicken Breasts  ( * )

  •   2 - eggs

  •   1 - package (6 oz.) Stove Top Chicken Stuffing Mix

  •   1 - cup of water

  •   1/4 - cup of finely chopped red ( or green ) pepper

  •   1 - tablespoon of " Minced Dried Onion "

  •   1/2 - cup of Mayo

  •   1 - Velveeta mini block ( 4 oz. ) cut into 12 pieces  ( ** )

Directions:

  1.   Cook " thin " chicken breasts at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.
      Cook one side for 15 minutes and them flip and cook other side for 15 minutes.

  2.   Put dry minced onion in a bowl and add a little water to hydrate them

  3.   Preheat oven to 400 degrees.

  4.   Cut " cooled " chicken into tiny pieces.

  5.   Mix all ingredients ( except Velvetta cheese ) in a bowl until well blended.

  6.   Spray a 12 cup muffin ( cupcake ) pan with cooking spray.

  7.   Spoon mixture evenly into the cups.

  8.   Push one Velveeta cube into the center of each cup and cover with mixture if possible.

  9.   Bake ( uncovered ) for 20 minutes.

  10.   Let them cool for about 5 minutes.

  11.   Serve .....

          ( * ) - I use Purdue pre-marinated " Italian Chicken Breast " which are thin and individually pre-packaged.

If you don't have access to Perdue pre-marinated chicken breasts you can marinate regular " thin sliced " chicken breasts over night in your favorite Italian Dressing.

( My Favorite Italian Dressing for marinating or as a salad dressing is " Garlic Expressions " ( see photo below ) .

          ( ** ) - Velveeta " Mini-Blocks ".  ( see photo below ) .

Velveeta individually wrapped " Mini-Blocks " are great to have around and they are very versatile.   You can melt them in a microwave to pour over " Baked Potatos ", " Vegetables ", use as a " chip dip ", or even stuff them into the center of " Meatballs ".

And the great thing about any " Velveeta Cheese " products is that they are lower in " saturated fat " then other cheeses for those of use that need to avoid " saturated fat " for health reasons in our diet.   You can even buy it " pre-sliced " for a great grilled cheese or to use on other sandwiches as well.

Tips & Ideas:

  •   Instead of regular Stove Top " Chicken Stuffing Mix " or can also try their " Savory Herbs Mix " or even their " Turkey Stuffing Mix ".

  •   If you spray your muffin pan ahead of time you won't need " cup cake papers ".

    

                                 
 
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