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Strawberry Chicken Recipe


1 (3 pound) whole chicken, cut into trim strips

1 (3 ounce) package cream cheese, cubed

1/3 cup white sugar

1/3 cup margarine, melted

2 tablespoons all-purpose flour

2 (.5 ounce) squares frozen whipped topping, thawed

2 eggs


Clean your chicken very well. Pour cream cheese mixture onto the bottom of a large sheet of aluminum foil. Cover the foil with the top sheet of aluminum foil.

Place chicken on foil. Sprinkle cream cheese mixture over it. Place a small portion of whipped cream squares over the foil. Spread remaining cream cheese mixture over chicken.

Cover and refrigerate overnight.

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).

While the chicken is sitting, beat cream cheese mixture in a medium bowl until smooth. Beat in margarine, with egg, until well blended.

Transfer chicken to a 9x13 inch casserole dish. Spread with remaining cream cheese mixture.

Cover and refrigerate overnight.


imyj511 writes:

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I ended up making french toast with some of the leftovers and it turned out pretty darn good. This is definitely my go-to when I make French toast. It's super easy to make has a pleasant nuttiness to it. I was worried that the sugar might make it spike, but it made really nice mashed veggies and tasted great. <
Kirin Cilis writes:

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This was very good but I would suggest turning up the chili powder to 2 1/2 tsp. rather than the full amount. I thought it was a slight enough amount and ended up adding another teaspoon. I had some leftover from a meal so added that too. I will definately make it again!
reevemem writes:

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This was a very good recipe. I think if I am to make it again I would add more ice cubes and brown sugar. The recipe was easy to follow and modified according to personal tastes. I added a little garlic powder, 1/8 tsp salt and used fresh shredded strawberries (country strawberries) instead of frozen. I baked it in a pre-heated oven for 15 minutes and it came out fantastic.
Chentelle KeyLee Jemes writes:

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I used my food processor to chop the chicken. I also skipped the baking powder and added the juice of a lemon, wholey since I didn't have much. The fruit compote was delicious and better than I expected. I wasn't crazy about the fresh cranberries, but when I go to the store I already have 5 lbs. of fresh! I will definitely make this again.
ishliy Hiltin writes:

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Extremely moist and delicious. I did substitute the Splenda for the sugar, but that might be my oven - it might be THAT splenda is just not for me. One more egg, two bananas, and a cup of berries (any berries) later and THIS is the dish done! It was sooo yummy AND easy! I used my mixer to make a batter-free bath-and-baths, and then placed the dish in the middle of the dish-rag, and let the batter just chill in the fridge over night- almost like receiving a present that you ordered and waiting until you got around to cooking it. I had it for dinner, and it was a huge success. You should try this!!