Another favorite dish my mother prepared for family functions. Fast and easy, this casserole is a great and different way to prepare chicken. Have leftover fried, baked or broiled chicken? Use a can of store bought broth and you’ve got a tasty way to serve them up!
1 can of crescent roles
2 or 3 boneless, skinless chicken breasts or 8 strips
1 can cream of chicken soup
1 can cream of mushroom soup
1 can of chicken broth
1 small can or jar (or fresh) mushrooms added to broth/soup mix
Onions, celery, bell pepper or other seasonings, shredded cheese
Boil chicken breasts, let cool, cut into strips (may use precut chicken breast strips). Save 1 can of broth.
Heat soups stirring in broth until desired consistency obtained
Roll out uncooked crescent roll, place strip of chicken at widest point, re-roll until all 8 are used.
Place uncooked chicken-filled rolls in baking pan. Pour broth/soup mixture over; bake until golden brown according to instructions on can of crescent rolls. Add shredded cheese if desired.
*Recipe can easily be altered to fit number of guests. Add a green salad and you’ve got a full course meal.
Book to Feature:
Title: Circles of Fate
Blurb: Set at the tail end of the Vietnam War era, Circles of Fate takes the reader from Fort Benning, Georgia to Thibodaux, Louisiana. A romantic saga, this gripping novel covers nearly twenty years in the lives of Shaunna Chatman and Todd Jameson. Constantly thrown together and torn apart by fate, the two are repeatedly forced to choose between love and duty, right and wrong, standing on faith or succumbing to the world’s viewpoint on life, love, marriage and fidelity. With intriguing twists and turns, fate brings together a cast of characters whose lives will forever be entwined. Through it all is the hand of God as He works all things together for the good of those who love Him and are called according to His purpose.
“What?” Todd Jameson’s hand trembled so hard the phone he held threatened to slip through his numb fingers. He wiped a sweaty palm down his thigh and grabbed the receiver then switched ears. The anguish in Mike Ferel’s voice made the pleasantries they shared the first few minutes of the call seem like a distant conversation.
“I’m sorry, Todd, to be the one to tell you this, especially after what you’ve been through this last year.”
He’d spent nine months at war, nine months facing and dealing with death, but not even those things prepared him for the death of his hopes and dreams in nine short minutes. “When?”
A heavy exhale preceded Mike’s answer. “Margaret died six months ago. Shaunna married three months after.”
She said she loved me. He hadn’t meant to utter the thought aloud, but somehow the words slipped past the knot in his throat.
“She cried a long time after you left, didn’t understand why you never wrote or called.”
Though his voice held no accusation, Todd heard the chastisement in Mike’s tone. “I...”
He blinked hard and cleared his throat. “What was I supposed to do, blurt out my feelings over the phone or in a letter and ask her to wait? I thought she was too young to go through that, especially with the war and all. Not knowing if, when, I’d get sent over there was hard enough on me; she didn’t need that on her heart. What if I didn’t come back? I couldn’t fathom putting her through such an ordeal. Not with all the responsibilities she shouldered from her mother’s illness.”
Todd raked a hand over his face. “Is she happy? Is he a good man?”
“Seems to be.”
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Author bio: Award-winning author, Pamela S. Thibodeaux is the Co-Founder and a lifetime member of Bayou Writers Group in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Multi-published in romantic fiction as well as creative non-fiction, her writing has been tagged as, “Inspirational with an Edge!” ™ and reviewed as “steamier and grittier than the typical Christian novel without decreasing the message.”
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