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This was decent but definitely was lacking flavor IMO. I used fresh baby bella's and followed as stated. Will try again but beef up the seasoning for sure. Thank you for posting!
What a simple and GREAT dish! I used red wine becuase I didn't have white and it was wonderful! Also, I used organic cream of mushroom soup that was not condensed and very hearty, so I did not add the additional mushrooms. It turned out wonderful. Thanks for such an easy and great recipe! It's now in our dinner rotation
This was easy to prepare, and I had everything already here! My family left not a scrap of leftovers, this was destined to be a keeper! THANKS!
Yum, this was so easy to put together and tasted wonderful. I used bone-in thighs and just removed the meat from the bones after a few hours in the crockpot (which was easy enough!). I left out the white wine, but added a splash of milk, and used fresh mushrooms and added some sliced peppers for some colour. This was fabulous with pasta. Thanks!
Great,simple dish. My almost two year old gobbled it down. Very tender chicken, sauce was thick and creamy.
I just made this for a potluck at work. It was the only dish that was completely gone at the end of the event. The instructions were spot on, and I had no trouble with the recipe at all. Thanks!
Judy...this recipe was very good. I prepared it as written with the exception of using a pregrilled marinated wild turkey breast that had grilled up tough. Turned out very tender with delicious flavor! I think it would be excellent using chicken thighs or any type of poultry. Might be a winner for that after Thanksgiving turkey too! Thank you for sharing!
We just finished this for dinner. WOW cannot say enough about how good this is. My picky eaters would have licked the crockpot clean if it had not been hot. Thanks for sharing this with us.