17 Reviews

Very easy, tasty dish!! I tried an almost identical recipe last week and I really like the fact that you, Nancy, used boneless breast of chicken. You might try skinless breasts also next time, reducing fat and cutting the cook time by an hour or so. I found sliced mushrooms (the last hour, if you like them) to be a nice addition as well as a bit of dry sherry. This is an exciting site; I've referred many friends to it. Thanks Nancy!

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Judikins August 15, 2002

What a fast and scrumptious meal. I took the others advice and took the skin off and served it over a bed of noodles. I thing I learned from this recipe is when I need cooked chicken for a recipe; I'm cooking chicken in the crockpot. With no water added in the crockpot the chicken did not loose its chicken flavor. Boiling chicken tends to diminish the flavor somewhat. IMO. Thanks for sharing this great recipe.

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Charlotte J February 09, 2003

This was tasty. The kids gobbled it up. I served it over a half bag of egg noodles and my husband would have liked more noodles. It was very easy on a hectic day. I used boneless/skinless chicken and actually made the sauce 2 hours before serving due to taking my daughter to dance. Anyway, it turned out great and is a keeper!

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11Shelly12 January 23, 2003

Really tasty & easy dish! My first time making it & I had unexpected company over. There was enough to share.... They raved! Cleaned their plates. Wanted the recipie --- It was a hit. :)I think next time I'll play with it a little to personalize it for me. But really it's a fine recipie as it is. Thanks for sharing.

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Ocean Annie August 30, 2002

Had this tonight and it was yummy! I used boneless skinless breast and servied it over fetticini noodles. It was a hit with everyone. Thanks for a great recipe!

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FoodLover2 August 21, 2002

This is one of those recipes I don't think you can mess up - it just tastes terrific as long as you stick with the main ingredients. I didn't plan well enough to use the crockpot - I browned the chicken first and then cooked it with a half bottle of Italian salad dressing (I didn't have dry) for 30 mins. at 350 degrees. Warmed the sauce(soup and cream cheese) and mixed it into the chicken - the chicken was so tender I almost didn't need to cut it at all. Served it with pasta and green beans with bacon. My family says 10 stars. Thanks TXHomemaker for an easy, yummy crowd pleaser!

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Rebekah #3 October 23, 2006

Everyone loved this. I just used Italian seasoning instead of the dressing mix. I used boneless, skinless chicken breast. We served this over fettuccine, but egg noodles would have been better. Thanks for sharing!

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Amanda Beth October 11, 2012

I used to make this recipe years ago and lost it! I was so happy to find it again. It is a great meal to come home to. We serve it over rice with green beans on the side.

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beccatheny March 22, 2009

I tried this recipe and the people I served it to loved it. Great recipe. I will use this one again.

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mamajudy October 07, 2007

Great recipe, served it with noodles, everyone loved it. Thanks, will be making this one again.

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gabbysowner August 02, 2007
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