Artichoke Chicken With Rice

Total Time
5hrs 20mins
Prep 20 mins
Cook 5 hrs

This is a great one-dish meal in the crockpot. You can also substitute an equivalent amount of another vegetable (asparagus and broccoli are both good), making this a versatile recipe you can use often. When I make this dish I tend to use more pepper and basil than garlic, and just a tiny hint of dill. PLEASE NOTE: Due to comments in reviews on this and a similar recipe of mine, I've clarified that you need to use converted or brown rice for this to turn out right. Sorry for any confusion!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Spray crockery insert with non-stick cooking spray.
  2. Place rice in crockpot and add the broth.
  3. Rinse chicken and pat dry; cut into bite-size pieces.
  4. Place chicken on rice and top with artichoke hearts.
  5. Season Cream of Chicken soup to taste with salt, pepper, basil, garlic, and dill; spoon soup over the layer of chicken.
  6. Cover and cook for 4 - 5 hours. check rice and stir about an hour before cooking is complete to avoid "mushy" rice.


Most Helpful

The previous review had me a little timid, so I decided to make the artichoke chicken on its own, and stir in a pack of microwave instant brown rice just before stirring. And that actually worked out really really well! The flavours in the chicken dish are lovely - tangy artichoke with a slightly creamy sauce combine really well. With a bit of a tweak (and not a major one) this is a lovely dinner!

JennyMidget November 23, 2013

I am sorry, but the rice just never did seem completely done in the middle but turned mushy on the outside. I did use jasmine rice and I did stir to avoid the mushy rice as per the recipe instructions. This had a good flavor and was very simple to assemble. I would like to try it in the future possibly using steamed rice and making a sauce with the artichokes for the chicken. I hope someone has better success with this. Thanks for sharing your recipe.

LoriInIndiana October 27, 2006

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