Great sauce...and easy. I added sauteed mushrooms. Will make again.
Ok. I have to be honest. This is like a 5 gazillion star recipe! Thanks Sahara so much for sharing this. I was cooking for a lot of people and so I tripled the recipe, used boneless skinless chicken breasts from Costco and added fresh mushrooms at the end. Very easy and so elegant! I have never cooked with wine before and I thought it might be really stong, but WOW! I actually have left over sauce, and am making a trip to the store for more chicken. IF YOU ARE READING THIS, YOU HAVE TO TRY THIS RECIPE!
AMAZING! I cooked this for my boyfriend and he asks for it every week now. It was beyond easy but tastes like it was difficult. We like it best served over grits....but we are from the South. lol
Yum yum to the tum tum! Rich and delicious. I served it with buttered noodles and it was one heck of a good meal!
This was so wonderful! I made it for my husband and his friend and they both loved it. I used 5 chicken breasts and that seemed to be the perfect number with the amount of sauce. I stopped the chicken from cooking after 3 hours because it was cooked through and I didn't want to dry it out. I waited until about 2 hours before we were ready to eat and added the cheese sauce. It cooked for the whole 2 hours and was perfect, so tender. I added fresh mushrooms and used the whole 8 oz of cream cheese. Other than that I followed the recipe completely. Thank you for a keeper!!
I used only 2 chicken skinless boneless chicken breast, but still kept the rest of the ingredient increments the same. I made this on top of the stove and it worked out fine. It was super quick and super easy. Nice creamy sauce. Came out just like I thought it would.Thanks for the recipe.
So easy. It made a delicious creamy sauce and the chicken was so tender. I only used 1 tbs. of Italian salad dressing mix to keep the salt content down, and used chicken tenders in place of chicken piceds, and it was just yummy. Makes a great sauce to serve over rice or noodles. I will make this again.
I found a recipe called 'Charlie's Chicken' about 20 years ago in my Aunt Grace's recipe book. It is nearly identical to this, except that recipe called for a bit of Sautern wine, and was baked in the oven. The recipe has been a family favorite since the first time I prepared it.
Great recipe, but I did make some changes. I browned the chicken first, then put it in the crock pot with the Italian dressing mix. I was out of cream of mushroom soup, so I made a homemade version of it. I deglazed the pan I had browned the chicken in with the wine, added the cream cheese and the cream soup mix, and the mushrooms.. Really tasty, thank you for the inspiration!
Very good, I like fresh mushrooms in it too, and served over mashed potatoes :) I forgot, I used turkey thighs, they worked great, pulled the thighs out and de-boned before adding cream cheese!