8 Reviews

I didn't have a huge skillet and the chicken breasts were large so I had to cook the chicken in the skillet than in a separate large pot (b/c I doubled the ingredients) I put the soup, water, spices and rice. I continued to cook chicken and than placed on top of rice and let sit. I really liked the recipe though I recommend more seasoning. I used a lot on chicken but didn't use enough in the veggie/rice area.

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brielvis June 01, 2011

This was a quick and easy meal. It made a lot (I increased the water amount). I did thaw the frozed broccoli a bit to quicken cooking time. A good meal when you don't know what to fix and are in a hurry.

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PickyEaters March 13, 2010

i made this tonight for our supper and it was pretty good.there was only 2 of us,so i used 2 chicken breast halves. i cut them in 4 pieces and i kept the other ingredients the same. i think the next time i make this i'm going to add a little salt and maybe some garlic powder to perk it up a bit.thank you for posting.

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Chef shapeweaver � December 08, 2005

Made this tonight with small changes since I didn't have 4 breast halves only two and I had no broccoli.. so i added a can of peas..it was fast and awesome. My little guy and I really enjoyed it. I wish I had thrown in some cayenne just to give it a little zip, but overall, we were completely pleased with it! thanks.

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rainyfriday November 04, 2005

I liked this a lot! I doubled the recipe, using 98% fat free cream of chicken soup, and frozen chopped broccoli. While the chicken was cooking, I put the soup, water and seasonings in a saucepan and brought to a boil, to save time. Once I added the rice and broccoli, I transferred the mixture to a 9x13 baking dish and then placed the chicken on top, covered it and put it in the oven at 350 degrees until fully cooked (and to keep warm while waiting for everyone to come). Very easy- I will be making this again!

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Bec June 25, 2005

This was very good!! I was amazed at how simple it was and how it still tasted excellent! I did as Lubie suggested and added cayenne pepper. I left out the salt though. I didn\'t have any chicken so I used thin sliced pork in it\'s place. I think it would taste good without the meat also!

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Usako Yamakawa May 29, 2004

This is a definate five-star because of how easy it is. The flavor was excellent too, but I added a little bit of cayenne pepper and extra salt and pepper to spice it up a bit. I would definately recommend this to anyone who likes to make a quick and easy dinner that tastes delicious.

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Lubie September 30, 2002
Campbell's 15-Minute Chicken, Broccoli & Rice Dinner