Velveeta Cheesy Chicken Stuffing

Velveeta Cheesy Chicken Stuffing

A close friend of mine Kelly showed me how to make stuffing with chicken and Velveeta cheese.  We never measured anything and I still don’t but I did so I could make this into a recipe and share with you. It may not look like much but for me this is one of my go to comfort foods.

To make Cheesy Chicken Stuffing you put all the ingredients in a pan and give a stir so the stuffing absorbs some of the water.

Cheesy Chicken Stuff in a pan

Cook over medium high heat stirring frequently once it starts to boil.  Once it starts to boil it takes about two minutes for the cheese to melt and for some of the water to cook off and you are done.  You want it moist without being watery.  If you cook it too long just add a little water.







Velveeta Cheesy Chicken Stuffing

A close friend of mine Kelly showed me how to make this. We never measured anything and I still don’t but I did so I could make this into a recipe and share with you. It may not look like much but for me this is one of my go to comfort foods.
Prep Time5 mins
Cook Time5 mins
Total Time10 mins
Course: Main Course
Cuisine: American
Keyword: chicken, stuffing, velveeta
Servings: 1 to 2 servings
Author: admin

Ingredients

  • 3/4 cup cooked chicken cut into 1/4″ pieces
  • 1 cup Stove Top Everyday Stuffing Mix chicken one in round container
  • 1 cup water
  • 3 oz Velveeta cheese cut into cubes so it melts quicker
  • 1 tbs butter optional
  • dash of Sriracha or hot sauce optional

Instructions

  • To make Cheesy Chicken Stuff you put all the ingredients in a pan and give a stir so the stuffing absorbs some of the water.
  • Cook over medium heat stirring frequently once it start to simmer. Once it starts to simmer it takes about two minutes for the cheese to melt and for some of the water to cook off and you are done. You want it moist without being watery. If you cook it too long just add a little water.

Notes

Leftover rotisserie chicken works great for this recipe. You want chicken that is tender and not dry.
Chicken stock instead of the water might be ok IF it’s not salty.