This is a "good one dish meal". You could add one more chicken breast though, since there's plenty of rice and broccli. I seasoned the chicken breasts with salt and pepper, and added more salt and pepper when I mixed the soup, milk rice, and broccoli together. The next time though, I'm gong to use a canned vegetable sray instead of the oil. The oil splattered and made quite a mess. I only used 1 3/4 cups of the minute rice, and substituted (6 ounces) of chopped broccoli for the 2 cups of broccoli florets. I found this to be the right amount of rice and broccoli for this recipe. This is a good comfort kind of meal, but this is not a 15 minute meal to prepare. Anna you have written that it took you 20 minutes to cook this meal. I actually found it took 25 minutes, plus an extra 5 minutes to prep, so it was a 30 minute meal. I just thought I'd bring this to your attention. Thank-you for a nice "one dish meal" recipe.
This was one yummy meal. Instead of using the cream of chicken soup, i used cream of mushroom soup. It gave it that extra flavor.
i havent tried this recipe but i have a suggestion for those of you saying it took longer than 15 minutes to make. try pounding the chicken breast with a mallet until its pretty thin....that will definately help cutting down on the cooking time. good luck!
I made this a while ago and was going to post the recipe when I saw that you had already done it! We loved this meal. Quick and easy. Thanks for posting.
Good recipe but very high in fat and calories. Made healthier by sauteeing chicken in nonstick pan- no oil, used broth instead of milk and regular cooked rice instead of instant. Also used reduced fat soup. Thanks for sharing this recipe!
This was a really good meal! I agree with the last review -- it takes longer than 15 minutes, but its so good that it doesn't matter. My husband loved the broccoli twist on the normal chicken and rice dinner.