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I made this using cream of chicken soup and I cooked in a slow cooker. It turned out perfect and was so easy to make!

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*Alia* September 18, 2012

Made this for lunch with friends today. The chicken turned out pretty moist and tender. To save some time I used boneless chicken breast and cooked this in the oven. I also used a cream of mushroom soup and after placing on a bed of brown rice I topped with some sauteed sliced mushrooms. I did find it needed a bit more "sauce" so next time I may use a bit of cream also before baking to make a creamy sauce. Nice lunch for my friends. Thanks Kate!

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HokiesMom January 16, 2009

Using 2 skinless thighs for this recipe, we enjoyed this for lunch today with a bowl of My Mother's Vegetable Soup. I used a can of cream of chicken soup with herbs and 1/4 can water. The chicken came out very nice and tender. This is a great recipe requiring minimal ingredients. :)

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2Bleu October 03, 2008

Very easy and tasty too, I doubled the recipe and used a family sized can of cream of mushroom. The only change I made was to fry my chicken for a few seconds with some seasonings before baking. Doesn't get much easier then this, thanks for posting.

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Michelle_My_Belle September 29, 2008

This was very easy to make, and the flavor was great ( I used cream of chicken soup) but I think it might have turned out better using a slower cooking method. Maybe a crock pot or lower oven temp. I just thought it could have been more tender, but overall a good recipe.

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Chef Jean September 08, 2008

Yummy--and easy! DD discovered this. Her father was charmed that she is cooking and following a recipie. I'm thrilled to have someone else's cooking. This will be a regular dinner retation. Thanks, Katel.

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Countrywife August 23, 2008

Easy it is, yummy it also is. I put an extra large Chimmichuri seasoned *frozen* chicken breast into the pot right from the freezer at 8:30 am and set it on low. Dinner was at 6:00 pm and I was expecting a dried out piece of leather. I got a lovely chicken breast that I ate 1/2 of tonight and I have enough for another meal. I used low fat Creme of Celery soup as it was that or mushroom. I didn't use any water but I would recommend at least a couple of ounces ('course if you don't let it cook for 9 1/2 hrs it might fare a little better, sauce wise). Served with brown rice and sugar snap peas this recipe made a lovely supper. Made for Photo Tag.

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Annacia August 10, 2008
Easy Chicken Whatever!