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Very good! I had a bowl of baby limas that I had cooked with ham in the fridge. I added that in place of one of the cans of beans, added a little more garlic and some cyan pepper for a little spice because after tasting the original recipe I found it a little bland. I also added about a cup of chopped mushrooms that I wanted to use up. I thought it was very good. Served with cornbread and my husband liked it a lot.
This was a really good and hearty stew. I followed the recipe pretty closely but I used chicken stock instead of chicken broth but added an extra cup of chicken broth for more liquid. I used Great Northern beans for the beans in this recipe and probably a few extra cloves of garlic. The recipe was tasty and comforting...but could have used slightly more flavor. Both my 4 year old and 2 year old LOVED it and that's all I cared about tonight so for me it was a huge success. It makes a ton and we'll have lots of leftovers. Thanks so much for sharing.
We loved this soup on a cool, rainy spring evening. Using rotisserie chicken and canned beans makes it come together so quickly. It was great with a loaf of crusty garlic asiago bread. yum. I took leftovers to work and everyone wanted the recipe. :)
We loved this! Bought a rotisserie chicken and used the breast meat. Quick and delicious! I did thicken it slightly with cornstarch and water. I'm a big arugula lover, so that was the icing on the cake.
This turned out GREAT. It was super easy to make and my entire family loved it. I didn't use rotisserie-cooked chicken, however. I used boneless, skinless chicken breast, which I sauted for a few minutes before I added to the stew. The flavor of this is wonderful and the arugula gives it just the right amount of color and texture. Very good meal.