Crescent Chicken Squares. Made these last night. Used canned chicken, cream of chicken soup instead of the cream cheese/butter mixture, and added some celery and onion in. Yummy. I made 8 (2 cans of crescent rolls) because they looked small. They expanded more than expected, so 4 is really the perfect amount for 2 people - dinner and then lunch the next day!
If you live in Utah, like myself, then you most likely have heard of these delicious things. They’re known as ‘Chicken Pockets’, ‘Chicken Rolls’ and ‘Chicken Pillows’. Call them whatever you like, just know that they are good! If you’re not familiar with these, they are a crescent dough crust filled with chicken and cream cheese. Then they’re dipped in …
Crescent Chicken Pockets: Pinner said: Very Good, will make again! I made the sauce separately and heated it up before adding it to the pockets. Let the pockets cook in a greased glass pan for about 10 minutes, add the pre-heated sauce, cook for about 5-8 minutes.
Creamy Chicken Pockets: these make a great appetizer! Made them & they were scrumptious! I did not sprinkle breadcrumbs on them, instead I covered the crescent tops w freshly grated Parmesan. It got crispy during baking & was a perfect addition to give another layer of texture & flavor. I also put Parmesan & a dash of cayenne in the filling. I used canned chicken breast since it's so moist & that's what I had on hand...Definite make again recipe!