Yummy! Yummy! Yummy! My husband, 19-month-old daughter, and I all loved it. And it is sooo easy! I cooked it 4 hours on high (instead of 8 hours on low), and I added a chopped onion and a bit of seasoning salt.
Served with Garlic Mashed Potatoes. Mixed greens dressed with a simple balsamic vinegar and extra virgin olive oil dressing. Added carrot and parsnip spears to the crockpot during last hour of cooking. Thickened the sauce to make a delicious gravy poured over brown rice, and sopped up with "fresh from the bakery", crusty, rolls. DEEEEEELLLLIIIICCCCIIIOOOOUUUUSSSS Chicken was lip smackin', finger lickin' good; and the veggies, pure ambrosia.
I loved this! I did make some changes. I added some peas to the mix and used one can of cream of mushroom and also one of cream of chicken. I served it over campanelle pasta. I cooked it for 7.5 hours on low and it was perfect. The chicken was so tender!
Braunda, I'm really sorry to give only one star for this recipe that so many people seem to enjoy. I followed the directions exactly as posted, but I'm wondering if I didn't do something right. My husband, children and I didn't like the taste of this dish. I had to throw away the pot and make sandwiches for everyone. Many people seem to enjoy this meal, so maybe it was something done wrong at my end. Thank you for sharing though. I do look forward to trying out another one of your recipes.
I thought the recipe was rather flat in taste. It needed something else to taste.
Wow..this was terrific. Even my picky daughter liked it! I did add a couple of spoons full of newly canned appricot jam....yum!
This is so tasty and simple. My guests loved it. I keep these ingredients on hand so I'm sure I will make this again. Thanks for posting this recipe.