Easy Chicken Bake YUM

This easy chicken bake recipe YUM calls all men to the kitchen! This chicken recipe is easy enough for any man to try. This is a heavy and rich, filling and satisfying, heart-not-so-smart recipe, that is easy to make taste good.

This chicken recipe pairs well with just about anything because the recipe itself is rather mild. You can easily change this with a good dash of hot sauce. The basic recipes goes a little something like this grab a large frying pan (the bigger the better), throw some chicken in, mix a few easy ingredients in a bowl, pour over the chicken and then bake. The success of this recipe is not even based so much on timing, because so long as you do not undercook the chicken, you can overcook it, the creamy sauces will help it to not dry out. The main thing to remember, is that it takes over an hour to bake! That is the tricky part if you are the one in charge of the recipe. What time do the kids get home, what time do you want dinner to be on the table? The prep work is as easy as it gets and then you just make sure to set your timer and how about going to do your family's laundry while it bakes? Just an idea,wink!

The ingredients you will need for this chicken recipe include boneless, skinless chicken breasts, paprika, kosher salt, garlic salt, heavy cream and cream of mushroom soup.

To start preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Then mix the salt, garlic salt, and paprika together. Then pat onto the boneless chicken pieces. Then put the boneless chicken pieces ito a 9x13-inch baking pan. Mix the cream and the mushroom soup together. Then pour evenly over the chicken, making sure to cover each piece with cream. Then bake un-covered for approximately an hour an a half. Then garnish with chives or scallions and serve.

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