This was a simple meal and the family enjoyed it. I doubled the ingredients and added some sliced celery. The canned soup needed milk added to make it creamier as it looked the same sitting on the top when it was done. I added the milk, stirred it in and it improved the creaminess. I will add 1 can of milk to the 2 cans of soup next time. It had very good flavor and the was easy to make. A plus for my busy life style.
I doubled this recipe, and used 1 can cream of chicken, and one can cream of celery. Excellent. My whole family loved it, and so easy. I was worried that the veggies on the bottom would burn, but it all came out perfectly done! I also got mine in too late to wait 6 hrs, so I did 3 hrs on low, and 1 hr on high. This is a new regular at our house!
I doubled this recipe and used skinless chicken thighs. I followed the recipe with these few exceptions - EXTREMELY GOOD - I saw no reason to add milk to the soup.
My Husband really liked this recipe. I cut corners a bit I used canned diced potatoes, sliced carrots and canned chicken. And I cooked it on top of the stove because I didn't have much time. It was very good. I served it with corn muffins. Thank you for the recipe.
I made this stew with the following modifications: I added some red bel pepper, zucchini and a can of cream of celery along with the recommended cream of chicken. I saute the veggies before adding them in my crockpot just to bring out their flavor. I also cut the chicken into bite size pieces and sauteed it for just a few seconds in a hot pan with McCormicks chicken seasoning salt and pepper and threw it all in the crock pot! It was awesome!! I love the flavor of this stew. I will be making this time and time again! Thanks for posting this recipe!
Had high hopes but we felt it was a bit bland. At the end of cooking I added some fresh herbs to pick it up a bit
This deserves more 5 star reviews; it is excellent! I've made too many of these recipes that end up runny and lacking flavor. This was perfect, the first time I made it. We found it does serve exactly 3; I used 1 -12oz chicken breast. I added no extra liquid; I use homemade cream soup which is thinner than the canned soup anyway, and the finished product was just the right viscosity. Also used 2 stalks chopped celery, and dusted the chicken breast with poultry seasoning.
This was a very simple (and cheap!) meal to put together. I added celery and corn to the mix just to increase the veggies. I also added quite a bit more sage and thyme, as well as fresh garlic to increase the flavor. Cubed my chicken so that it would cook faster. About 3 hours on low and 1 hour on high. Very quick and easy dish - thanks!
This couldn't get any easier and is such a delight on a cloudy cold October day. It went together for me in no time as I used baby carrots for ease in prep. A wonderful tasting stew that's a nice alternative to the traditional stew.:-)
Made for Crock-pot tag in KK's forum.
We really enjoyed this stew -- I used baby potatoes cut into quarters and baby carrots to make the prep time even quicker! Comfort meal at its best with very little work and also fairly low in calories/fat (I used the healthy choice type of soup to lower the fat content even more!) -- my type of meal! Thanks for sharing this keeper!