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Oh my goodness, I just finished eating this and I think I am going to pop! This recipe looked good so I thought I would try it. I had one chicken breast in the freezer that I needed to use, so I thawed it and browned it a little in one tablespoon of butter. then I put it in the middle of my casserole and added the potatoes, carrots, and onions around it. In the same pan that I browned the chicken breast, I added the two tablespoons of butter and the rest of the ingredients. I heated the mixture a little bit and poured it over the chicken, potatoes, carrots and onions. I put it in the oven at 350 for two hours. I thickened the broth and served it with a salad. It was so very delicious!!! I can see me adding frozen peas and calling it chicken stew.<br/>Thank you so much Wildflour for submitting this. I will add it to my favorites.

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derek01 April 04, 2013

This tastes fabulous. I wanted a quicker cooking time so cooked in the microwave for about 15 mins beforehand before transferring to the oven. These are sweet tasting & full of flavour, a great vegie side! Thanks for posting! I think these could be cooked fully in the microwave too if you wanted dinner quicker!

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**Mandy** August 13, 2008

Simple, easy, tasty. These days I grab such recipes, instead of very fancy ones! I used beef stock because the flavour is slightly more intense than chicken. This made, with stuffed tomatoes, a great side dish to roast chicken. I made mine on the stovetop. Thanks!!

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Zurie January 29, 2013

We thought this was absolutely delicious! Made exactly as written and I had a lot of broth leftover which I froze for future use in a soup. I served this dish alongside ham so did not make a gravy, and it was a nice accompaniment to the ham.Definitely will make this often, thx Wildflour!

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mums the word September 20, 2011

I love vegetables and I loved this dish. Thought there would be more broth by the beautiful photos posted, so next time I would add more chicken broth for the wonderful gravy. This was sooo good. I served this with an eye round roast that was sprinkled with kosher salt and garlic powder and served with Eye-Round Dijon Sauce for a dipping sauce

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lets.eat July 11, 2010

Absolutely delicious! I left out the onions due to DH's allergies, and thyme because we didn't have any. Instead of using garlic powder, I used minced garlic. Tasted wonderful! I served this with a moose roast that I cooked in the slow cooker. Will make again, thank you!

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Miss Tinkerbell December 01, 2009

Fantastic! Very easy and the flavor was perfect. Made for the Epicurean Queens ZWT5: Australia/New Zealand.

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Scarlett516 May 21, 2009

Made for ZWT5. My entire family enjoyed this! Even my picky DD who is hard to get to eat ANYTHING!! The seasoning was great, and reminded me of good,home cooked food. Esp. liked the thyme in this!!! I covered it with foil and only had to bake 1hr. 20 minutes til it was just the way we like it.

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kellychris May 12, 2009

Made this for ZWT5 for AUS/NZ along with Glazed Broiled Salmon (also for ZWT AUS/NZ), and it was AWESOME. I will make this many more times. I followed the directions exactly except for using baby Yukon Gold potatoes instead of red. Thanks for a keeper! :-)

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KissKiss May 11, 2009

So easy, so yummy, and we ate carrots without complaining...yeah! Thanks Wildflour for a great recipe that i will make again.

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seesko January 05, 2009
Easy Oven-Simmered Potatoes, Carrots and Onions