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This was very good. My six year old who doesn't like anything even asked for seconds. I did add 1 cup of sour cream. I thought it was in the orginal recipe, but when I reread it to prepare it wasn't there. I made a special trip to the store to get, so I decided to use it anyway. I'm glad I did. It gave the sauce a very rich flavor.
Very good, the chicken came out really tender. The only thing was that, I had It on low and It took less than 8 hours to cook.
Another great crockpot recipe. This had an excellent aroma and taste. I used fresh mushrooms and just added them after about five hours. It makes great leftovers and is as good over rice as noodles. Great gravy! Thanks.
My family couldn't get enough of this recipe. Both of my kids had seconds! I used two cans of cream of mushroom and one can of cream of chicken instead because that's what I had on hand and it still turned out wonderful. The chicken was soooo tender. This has become one of my families favorites!
This recipe is so easy to make and my family loved it! I will definitely make again. Thanks!
My family really loved this recipe, they ask me to make it again almost every night
Wonderful recipe - easy and the chicken turned out INCREDIBLY tender. I "shredded" the chicken at the end by "mashing" it with a potato masher. My niece and nephew LOVED this and couldn't get enough. I added at least a cup of sourcream near the end, as well as garlic powder, salt and spices to taste. YUMMY.
This was far too bland for me. I don't even want to try fiddling with it to make it more to my liking. I threw half of it away, though adding some garlic powder to the leftovers I did eat helped some...
Very easy! I defrosted 4 chicken breasts the night before and sauteed two cans of mushrooms in butter and garlic powder for 5 minutes. I used two cans of cream of mushroom and one can of cream of chicken (what I had on hand) and mixed those together in a bowl with some garlic, pepper, seasoned salt, and white wine. Then I added the mushrooms and mixed those in to the soup mixture. I placed the chicken in the bottom of the crockpot and poured the soup over it, and then placed the dish in the refrigerator. In the morning, I took it out for a few minutes to take the chill off, turned it on low, and it was perfect when I got home. Everyone loved it! A great workday dish!
Used 2 4oz cans of mushrooms with liquid. Cooked on low 4 1/2hrs added 1/2 container sour cream and cooked for 30 min. more. Very GOOD and EASY!!! DD wants to have this tomorrow too. Served with egg noodles, sweet corn and crusty bread. Made a wonderful dinner minus the work!! Thanks, this will go in my favorites file.