2 Reviews

I will make this again! I loved the simplicity and the chef's note that nay veggie can be added. Depending on the season is what we have in our home. With that said DH and I enjoyed this meal. I served wth smashed red garlic taters. I did omit muchrooms as we don't eat them. I used snow peas as that is what the store had. Steamed the carrots and peas together and added to the mix. I also threw in a bunch of brussel sprouts that were steamed (seperately) and fresh from the farmer's market. YUMMY! Wasn't sure about that but it came out tastey so next time I will throw some brocolli in as we can still get that fresh. Much enjoyment for us. I did make the whole recipe and as I was unsure about freezing due to the cream, we had a bit for lunch the next day and then again for a dinner over egg noodles a few days later. Let me know if this is a freezable dish as that would be fantabulous!

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Chef1MOM-Connie December 15, 2011

A tasty one pot meal indeed... I replaced the Dijon with a wholegrain mustard, used snow peas in place of the sugar snaps and served over steamed rice. Lovely! Reviewed for Ed'n 8: MAKE MY RECIPE- Tag game Thanks for sharing :)

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Stardustannie July 22, 2009
Chicken Casserole