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YUM! Another winner with the overly-picky hubby... I thought this tasted very "pot-roasty" and heavy... not expected from a chicken dish but VERY welcome! I skipped the potatoes and served mine over egg noodles--- excellent! I would highly suggest doubling the mushrooms and carrots (at LEAST, especially if not including potatoes in the pot)-- they soak up all that delicious flavor and I really wanted a lot more once I started eating them! This is a keeper! Thanks esm4877
This turned out excellent for so little work and so few ingredients! I was running VERY short on time and came across this dish. I only had 98% FF cream of celery soup in the house and improvised with it. I added 8 ounces fresh sliced shrooms and used a 1 ounce envelope of onion soup mix. Didn't have time for carrots or potatoes so omitted them both and served this over wheat penne. DEELISH! I have a crockpot that cooks HOT so I cooked this on high for 2.5 hours and it was perfectly done from the frozen chicken state. Will definitely make this one again.
Excellent recipe with great flavor. The only thing I'll do the next time is cut down on the onion soup mix as a 1/2 a packet probably would do the trick. After cooking this stew all day I removed the chicken, shredded 1/2 of it and put the shredded chicken back into the stew. Then the other 1/2 of the chicken I used for enchilada's the next day. Thank you for sharing this great recipe!
Very easy and super yummy! I reduced the ingredients and made 4 servings: reduced fat COM soup, 1/2 a package of Lipton's mix, 1 cup of raw sliced shrooms, 4 red potatoes. Served it all over brown rice- it was great. The chicken was nice and tender and the veggies and gravy were so good with the rice!
This was outstanding! I would give this 10 stars. I used 2 large frozen chicken breasts. Cut the recipe in half except for the mushrooms and carrots. Added some sour cream, equivilent to the amount of milk used. Just before serving I tore/shredded the chicken into smaller pieces and mixed in about another 1/4 cup of sour cream. My neighbor made this also, but used alot more of the sour cream at the beginning and it was even better than mine. With the leftovers I made soup. Made chicken broth from bullion cubes (2 cups of broth to 2 cups of leftovers) and mixed in a heaping tbsp of sour cream. It was absolutely delicious!
This recipe was made on 12/21/12 for the " Let's P-A-R-T-Y 2011 " Event and most importantly mine and my SO's dinner. :) If you don't like the convenience of canned and boxed soups,stay away from this recipe.I did make some changes to the recipe, instead of using 6 chicken breasts only 2 very large ones were used. Also, instead of using mushroom soup I used cream of chicken ( personal choice ). About 2 hours into cooking the cooking time, I added about 4 cups of peeled and cut potatoes. When the potatoes were almost fork tender, I added 8 ounces of frozen blanched baby carrots. To replace the mushrooms I added some leftovers peas, which also added a bit of color. This recipe was cooked in just under 6 hours on low.My SO and I both really enjoyed the taste and texture of this recipe. Thanks for posting a recipe the will be made again. " Keep Smiling :) "
Wonderful all in one dish! We added the carrots and potatoes a couple hours before serving so they wouldn't get soggy and everything turned out great!
Great recipe...made a few revisions tho...used a 540 ml can of ready to serve chicken and mushroom soup, omitted the carrots, used a 2 lb bag of baby potatoes, and as per previous reviewers that commented on the saltiness (and because I used pre-seasoned chicken breasts) I also omitted the onion soup mix and just used sliced onions...I also substituted the milk with sour cream...cooked it on high for 5 hours and added a little cornstarch in the end to thicken gravy...came out amazing and my husband and 1 year old LOVED it...leftovers are yummy too...thanks for posting an easy and adaptable recipe. :)
The name says it all... easy and yummy. I thickened my gravy with a little cornstarch at the end but otherwise followed the recipe exactly. Definitely a repeat recipe.
I skipped the potato and added a cup of sliced fresh mushrooms. I too put it over rice. It's certainly easy, just put it all in the crock and turn it on. I thought that the onion mix was on the strong side, but then, I made a single serving and that could very likely throw off the equation.