• Wendi’s Chicken And Biscuits!

    this week I’m going to do a recipe that is one of my families FAVS!!!!! it IS a little more time-consuming, but WELL WORTH IT!!!! so all you busy moms and dads out there MIGHT want to choose this for a weekend meal, if you have a slow weekend on the horizon!!!!! it’s not very expensive but has A LOT of ingredients, so here goes…ENJOY!!!!




    1 pkg split breasts, boiled…RESERVE BROTH!!!

    1 pkg mixed frozen veggies, steamed

    seasonings of choice, mine are: salt and pepper, season all, a “pinch of sage”, a lil’ poultry seasoning.

    12 of your FAVORITE biscuits, uncooked


    de-bone chicken and “pull” into bite sized pieces, place in bowl, add steamed frozen veggies, take 1/2 CUP of reserved chicken broth and make a “thickener” (add 2 TBSP flour to 1/2 cup broth and whisk), pour over chicken/veggie mixture, add seasonings and stir all together.

    pour into BUTTERED 9×13 Pyrex dish. arrange UNCOOKED biscuits on top of chicken mixture. bake at 375 degrees until biscuits are golden brown and fluffy, about 20 min or so!!!! ENJOY!!!!

    **TIP** if you would rather have a creamier chicken mixture add 1 can cr chicken soup to the thickener then mix into chicken/veggies!!!

    About Fredda Jones

    Fredda Davis Jones was raised “in the country” in Comanche County and learned very early that creativity and innovation are traits that can flourish even in small-town Texas and that with enough effort, indeed nothing is impossible, including being married to the same man for over 40 years! Rickey and Fredda have 2 children, 5 grandchildren, and a crazy life that includes sitting in the bleachers several times a week. The rest of her time is spent creating great content for texansunited.com and marketing small-town Texas.
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    One Response to Wendi’s Chicken And Biscuits!

    1. missy.jones says:

      When Darrell and I married on Christmas Day in 1959, we moved west to McCamey, Texas where he was working. Needless to say,we didn’t have much money. Darrell was friendly and knew a lot of people, and he met this man and woman who had some nice fat hens for sale. We talked about this, and he bought probably 15 hens at about 50 cents each. Darrell killed them and cut them up. I cooked the chicken, then took out the bones and the skin. I had only good meat and chicken broth. We had a pressure canner, we canned this meat and broth in pint jars. I think we figured out that each pint cost us about 35 cents per pint. This is a good meal for very little money. I used this for chicken soup, chicken and dumplings and our favorite, chicken and vegetables with biscuits on top, just like Wendy’s recipe. Thanks, Wendy, I can just see my dish coming out of the oven. Just think how good and healthly this is. Missy Jones

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