Teri’s Favorite Chicken in Chipped Beef

We wanted to share with you a super simple chicken dish our family enjoys.

Teri’s Favorite Chicken in Chipped Beef

2 pkgs. 2 ounces each chipped beef (we like Carl Buddig brand)
6 medium-size chicken breasts
1 – 10 3/4 oz. can cream of mushroom soup
1 cup sour cream
salt and pepper

Line a large, shallow buttered baking dish with the chipped beef and then place the chicken on top. Salt and pepper the chicken. Mix cream of mushroom soup and sour cream (leave the soup condensed: do not add water or milk). Spread with the soup-sour cream mixture and bake uncovered, in a 300-degree oven for 2 1/2 to 3 hours.

In the pictures below, we doubled the recipe.

Begin by laying the beef on the bottom of the pan.

Place chicken on top.

Salt and pepper the chicken.

Mix cream of mushroom soup and sour cream together.

Spread on top of the chicken.

Enjoy!

“In thee, O LORD, do I put my trust;
let me never be ashamed:
deliver me in thy righteousness.”
Psalm 31:1

16 thoughts on “Teri’s Favorite Chicken in Chipped Beef”

  1. That sounds, simple and yummy. I may need to try it. Second, and not really related, I love your top. It looks vey nice on you!

    1. This is a recipe my mom served our family when we didn’t live in the same town and came to visit. Now it is a favorite in our home, too, but we don’t have it very often because of the amount of sour cream in it. We served it at the rehearsal dinner for Joseph and Elissa.

      1. We’ve recently begun use non-fat plain yogurt in place of sour cream. Might this substitution enable you to enjoy this favorite dish more often? 🙂

      2. Curious as to why the amount of sour cream is a concern? The ingredients in cream of mushroom soup would perhaps seem more concerning? Either way, it looks yummy!!

        1. For us the sour cream is calories without much nutrition. The cream of mushroom soup would fall into the same category. So we enjoy them as ingredients on occasion but not as our normal fare.

  2. This is one of my favorite recipes also! The only slight difference in the recipe I have is that you can use one can of cream of chicken soup instead of using both cream of mushroom, or even use both cream of chicken if you don’t like cream of mushroom. We’ve tried it all ways. The only other difference is that we wrap a slice of bacon around each chicken breast. We usually use 4 large chicken breasts. It doesn’t end up with a bacon taste but makes for a nice flavoring. Really delicious and hearty meal!

  3. Looks so yummy! I have put this on my meal plan for next week and am looking forward to trying it! It seems like a dish my whole family will enjoy. Thanks for sharing!

    1. You are right, Dessiree. It is super simple. That’s one reason we chose it for Joseph’s rehearsal dinner. However, when we made the quantity of it we needed for that meal, we were very grateful for our friends who had offered to help with the rehearsal dinner. It took a whole to put all those pans of chicken together! And every bit of it was eaten up. I expected to have quite a bit leftover. It was a big hit.

  4. mmmmm… looks good!
    oh wanted to add a ps to the last post – I loved that adorable little bunny and the kittens!

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