Mary’s Dried Beef Chicken

Mary’s Dried Beef Chicken

My Precious Mother In Law, Mary that I miss so much, would make this amazing chicken, especially when she would have a luncheon.  Ted and I were so delighted to have her make this for us. She finally gave me the recipe and oh my, I was so thankful!  Super easy but does take a little time to cook.  Add sliced fresh mushrooms to it to make it extra special.  

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Mary’s Dried Beef Chicken

  • 4 halves chicken breast
  • 1 2 oz jar dried beef 
  • 4 slices lean lower sodium bacon
  • 1 can cream of mushroom soup
  • 8 oz sour cream
  • 1/2 teaspoon minced garlic
  • 1 teaspoon thyme
  • freshly ground lemon pepper
  • fresh mushrooms, sliced
  • Preheat oven to 340 degrees.  Spray a 8×10 pan with non-stick spray. 
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Dried Beef

Layer dried beef in the bottom of pan.Rinse and pat dry chicken breast.Grind lemon pepper on chicken breast, top and bottom.

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Wrapped in Bacon

Wrap bacon around chicken breast.Place on top of dried beef.

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Soup, sour cream, thyme and garlic

Mix soup, sour cream, garlic and thyme together.  Add mushrooms if you have any.  I didn’t.  ;(

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Soup mixture

Spoon over chicken breast.Cover with foil and do not open for 2 hours.

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Uncover and turn oven up to 400.  Cook for 15-25 minutes until bacon is crisp.Serve over cooked rice, noodles or with mashed potatoes!

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