I only used half the amount of onion soup but was still a bit salty for me, tasted good other than the saltiness though.
Great recipe and very easy - a good choice for my first ever crock pot dish! I admit I did tinker with the ingredients a little - it just isn't stroganoff for me without tomato paste, so I added a 135g (4.5oz?) tetrapack of the stuff at the beginning plus a large (14oz?) can of sliced mushrooms, mixed with everything else. I was skeptical about using frozen chicken, but it was sooo moist and tender after 6 hours (on Medium) it was unbelievable. I fork shredded the chicken and tossed it all back in the pot to heat through - AWESOME over fettucine!
I founds this very salty, next time I'll definitely cut down on the onion soup mix. Other then that I loved how it was so easy to throw together.
I've made this twice now and it is great! The first time I used full-fat ingredients and it was excellent. The second time I used 'Healthy Request' mushroom soup and low-fat sour cream and it was just as excellent! So- why not use the lower fat ingredients?!? I also cooked this for at least 10 hours with no loss of taste. The chicken fell apart- but I'm okay with that. Right before serving I boiled half a bag of "No-Yolks" egg noodles and just mixed the drained noodles directly into the crockpot. It wasn't as pretty but much easier to serve. Next time I may add some additional mushrooms because the little bits that are in the condensed soup really disappear in the cooked dish. This one is in heavy rotation in my meal cycle now. Easy to prepare and cheap ingredients. What's not to like?
YUM! I have had many versions of stroganoff and this was super easy and enjoyed by all. I served over low carb pasta. Thanks!
Made it just like described and put on rice. EASY, FAST and GOOD!
Delicious & so easy too....to this fabulous recipe I added 3 large sliced Swiss mushrooms, 1 thinly sliced onion & half a thinly sliced stick of celery. I then lightly browned the mushies, onion & chicken in a little butter/oil before putting in the slow cooker. I also added 2 tablespoons of cream cheese & 1 tspn of Worcestershire sauce to the soup/sour cream mix. I also only used 1 Tblspn of the soup mix due to adding an onion. Served over fresh pappardelle pasta & with a crusty home made sourdough loaf it was a sensational meal. Thank you for posting this.
I haven't used my crockpot much. I decided to try this recipe due to the ratings. We found it just mediocre and I won't be making it again because it was pretty bland.
Great recipe! I live in Japan and hot to go with what I have - a 6 cup rice cooker instead of a crock pot and no onion soup mix (so I put about 2T dried roasted onion spice, 1 chicken bullion cube, 1/4 t black pepper, 1/8 t or so paprika and a dash of a few random spices I happen to have). I used 3 good sized chicken breasts (came out to almost 2 lbs), so I doubled the soup. Oh, and I only had a tiny bit of sour cream, maybe 2 tablespoons, but even still, the flavor was definitely there! All these changes, and it was still delicious and hearty and warm and wonderful. Thanks so much for sharing this!