This recipe was absolutely delicious, and made for some fabulous leftover chicken sandwiches! Even my husband loved it, and he's very hard to please.
This does make a lot. I added garlic and onion initially and cooked peas and carrots at the end to make a stew/soup. Got 3 meals for 2 from it. 1st a soup in a bowl with buns and salad 2nd deboned and shredded chicken, thickened liquid with cornstarch and soy sauce and served over rice with tortilla and salsa 3rd over toast with veggies Loved it.
This worked well. I was afraid the 4 cups of water in addition to the 2 cups of milk would be to much liquid, so I reduced the water to only 1 cup, which I believe was better. I used one small onion, chopped. The dinner with the potatoes was good, but I decided to use a side of steamed rice along with the potatoes and served a side of carrots as well. Don't forget to add the salt and pepper!!
We thought this was just okay. Like others said, it was way too watery and was more like a soup than creamy. I think it would have been better with either no water, or greatly cut down on the water. Also, the chicken thighs left a coating of fat over the top of the dish. The flavor was was good, just very diluted. I wasn't sure what temperature to cook this at, so I used low.
Good recipe, will use it again with some changes. There was way too much liquid for my tastes, I ended up straining at the end then thickening with another can of soup. This is a good recipe though and I will use it again.
I added 1/2 box of stovetop stuffing at the end of the cooking time which thickens it and gives a very good flavor
I forgot to put the potatoes in, and this dish over rice. I was great
This turned out wonderful! I used chopped chicken breasts, 3 cans of mushroom pieces (we love them!)and I cut down the water to only 1 cup. If I had used 4 cups as suggested, it would have been soup! And anyways, my crockpot (5 quart) wouldn't hold any more! Great recipe though...thanks for posting!
This turned into soup, hardly "creamy". I suspect I should have used skinless chicken thighs. As it was, the skin separated and the whole dish was rather disgusting... straight to the garbage!!!
My crock pot has high and low settings, and I wasn't sure which setting to use for this. I used low setting and it worked great. mmm29