About a month ago Dusty was telling someone about his “favorite foods” that I — USED to make – and haven’t in years – so I’ve been pulling out old recipes lately for meals. This is one of those, Chicken Squares. I’m not so sure if its a very good picture of it, I’ve decided I’m not great at displaying/photographing food…at least not yet –
Melt 3 tbl. butter/margarine in a frying pan. Saute’ 1 tbl. chopped white onion. When the onion is slightly browning add 2 cups cubed cooked chicken. Brown together.
In a seperate bowl, add 1 softened package cream cheese, 1/4 tsp. salt, 1/8 tsp. pepper, 1 tbl. milk, 1 tbl. mayo, and the onion/chicken from frying pan. Stir till blended.
Use 2 pkgs. Pillsbury croissants/cresent rolls. Layout one roll, scoop one spoonful of mix into croissant and roll up. Place on greased baking sheet, continue this with all the rolls. Usually covers 2 baking sheets. Bake for 9-11 minutes at 375 degrees. The rolls should be browned when done.
Serve with Cream of Chicken soup over the top as a sauce – when you warm the cream of chicken soup – do not add milk.