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This is a really good one! I did it the lazy way, I didn't thread the meat on skewers. I just browned the pieces, added the milk mix, and let it simmer for about 2 hours. Tender and delicious! We went all out and had mashed potatoes, and fresh green beans, and dinner rolls. Wow!!, what a meal!! Thank you s'kat
These were very good and moist. All 3 of my kids loved this, next time I have to double the recipe just so I can have some!! I will be making this again.
I grew up in Erie, Pennsylvania and my mom used to make City Chicken once a week but I have never been able to find the recipe and this tasted just like mom used to make. Real good!!!!!! Linda
My husband prefers it without the breading, so I now use the same recipe without the rolling first. This IS the best, though! THANKS!
We really weren't crazy about this recipe. There wasn't enough taste. Mostly, it didn't look very appetizing.
This dish is truly comfort food in my dictionary .. I followed the recipe and the directions to the letter and at the end of 1 1/2 hours, it was fork tender my baby loved it so much plus it was full of flavor. I will do this again and again - so easy and so flavorful. Thanks for sharing !
This is easy and simple to make. My husband and in-laws loved it!! This is one dish I will be making again soon.
I loved the recipe very homey and good .My kids did not however because of the onions. Still a great recipe.
I really enjoyed this recipe, it reminded me of my mom's city chicken when I was a kid. I was a little skeptical when I read about the milk and chicken broth mixed but it made a wonderful gravy and was very tender with a great flavor. The only change I made was to add some garlic powder to the breading, and I fried it in a little oil instead of butter but it worked out great.
Good recipe and good idea. I made it because my boyfriend remembers, fondly, his mom making it when he was a kid. I omitted the milk as I'm lactose intolerant. And it was still delicious. Who needs those extra calories?