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We love this recipe in my house. It's also a regular when I have another couple over.
Found this recipe in a slow cooker magazine and everyone loved it. Only differences are that the magazine said to add 8 oz of either button or crimini mushrooms sliced and when ready to serve to top with sliced chives. You may also sub wine for chicken broth. And if wanting to make in a slow cooker, do as recipe directions say below, then just add all to slow cooker and cook on low 5-6 hours. Recipe in magazine was called Angel Chicken. Thanks for posting!!!
Unfortunately, I had to throw this sauce away. The italian dressing spices I used were SO incredibly salty that this was inedible. If I make this again I'd use different dressing spices and I would add the wine with the butter and spices and let it cook a bit to reduce. Between the extreme saltiness and the overpowering wine, I chose not to serve this.
Thanks for a GREAT chicken dish!! This was so yummy. The only thing I added was crushed red pepper flakes because DH and I love heat. Thanks for posting
Absolutely wonderful! I was a bit afraid it would be too seasoned since it calls for a whole packet of italian dressing mix, but it was absolutely wonderful and such a great dish. It is definitely on our list of keepers and we will make it again soon! Wow!!
So wonderful! I was feeling a bit under the weather and scrapped my previous dinner menu for something a bit more soothing sounding. Had Boursin Light cheese and fat free cream cheese to equal the amount called for. I nuked fresh mushrooms and added them to the sauce mix before adding to the top of the chicken. Also subbed chicken broth for the white wine. HEAVENLY! COMFORTING! DELICIOUS! My 5 year rarely cleans his plate...not the case tonight. He just about licked it clean! I served this over wheat rotini. YUM!!!!!!!!!! Thank you for posting.
Delicious! I used chicken broth instead of the wine and used whole wheat spaghetti instead of the angel hair pasta. Sooooo yummy - this will become a staple meal in my home!
Simple dimple to make and real good! My family really enjoyed it. My DD says we can have this anytime!
This recipe was so easy, and so good! And the leftovers were just as tasty! I followed the recipe exactly, but I used 4 chicken breasts instead of 6. I had just the right amount of sauce, so I would probably make extra sauce for 6 pieces of chicken. Thanks so much for posting - I will be making this often!
My son loved it and my husband who is notoriously picky...just " liked it." However, he commented that the sauce was more like a gravy than the traditional sauces you associate with Italian pastas.