This recipe comes from The Simple Life of WD-40. This man knows how to cook now, y'all. He's got some good ol' country, down-home recipes. He doesn't have a web page or a blog. All he has is the Facebook page. I don't know about y'all, but I keep track of recipes I find by pinning them on Pinterest. Since WD is only on Facebook, you can't pin any of his pictures. So pin this and here's his recipe word for word:
WD-40 Chicken Dressing
1 (10 oz. ) can Chicken Breast
1 box Chicken Broth + 2 c.
6 c. blended cornbread crumbs
1 ½ c. blended biscuit crumbs
1 lg. onion diced
3 lg. stalks celery diced
1 ½ Tb. Spoons rubbed sage or 2 tbs.
¼ tsp salt
¼ tsp black pepper
1 reg. cans of cream of chicken soup
4 lg. eggs
½ c. butter or margarine
3 tsp. butter
Cook biscuits and cornbread let cool and grind up in blender and measure out amounts for recipe into a large mixing bowl mixed with sage and set aside. Using a med sauce pan add onions and celery 1 ¾ c. water and 3 tsp. butter boil for 10 min. Remove let cool. Add celery mix to bread crumbs, chicken soup, salt, pepper eggs, ½ c. butter, chicken broth and canned chicken. Mix up batter should be soupy if not add 1 c. water. Remove 1 c. or uncooked dressing set aside. Using 2 (9x13) buttered dishes pour in batter. Place into a 500 degree oven bake until brown on top 45 to 6o min.
2 c. chicken broth
1 c. raw chicken dressing
½ c. water
1 boiled egg chopped optional
1/8 tsp black pepper
3 Tb. Spoon corn starch or plain flour mixed with ¼ c. cold water.
Using a sauce pan on med heat add chicken broth, raw chicken dressing, and water and pepper. When hot mix corn starch and cold water in a ½ pint jar and shake until no lumps. Now pour this into gravy mix stirring until thickens to your likeness. Remember gravy will thicken more as it cools. Enjoy The Simple Life wd40 - Watson Ashe
Note: For moist dressing make your chicken dressing mix soupy.
I halved this recipe. It was so good, I ate a bowl of it for breakfast. Chicken Dressing...the breakfast of champions.
For the biscuit part of this recipe, I made these this weekend:
These are 7-Up Biscuits and they are ugly but, Man, they tasted scrumptious.