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I forgot to add the berries and nuts (scatterbrained) but it still tasted great. I really liked the sweet potato / apple / onion mixture. I cooked it without freezing, and it took a full 45 minutes, so I imagine it would take longer from frozen.
OMG this dish is outstanding! My husband and I both loved the aroma and the taste.
I was attracted to this dish because of the low sodium. So glad I gave it a try. We loved it. I will definitely add this to my OMAC list and have already shared it with friends.
This was very good. I omitted the sweet potatoes, and served cornbread dressing on the side instead. I made half to eat tonight, and half to freeze - it will be nice to have an easy dinner ready to have later. Thanks for sharing.
The chicken was fantastic, but I didn't like the sweet potatoes. I like them baked and they didn't seem to 'mush up' like I like them. So since I don't know how to rate it I'll just leave my comment. Does smell wonderful!
Very tasty and very easy. It was a little hard to get all the veggies into one zip bag, I used two.
We really enjoy this recipe. It offers a change of pace, since it has a different taste, compared to all of the other meals I make. The chicken comes out juicy and tender with a great flavor. Most of the time I omit the sweet potatoes, and prepare mashed potatoes on the side. I usually prepare 2 or 3 bags at one time for OAMC, and this works really well. Thanks for an easy, tasy recipe.
This was certainly easy but not our favorite. The kids and I liked it enough to finish but definitely would not make again.
This was really good. I made one to bake right away, and one to freeze for later. The only thing I would change is to spread a little of the syrup/seasoning mixture onto the chicken breasts before layering the other ingredients. The chicken was bland, but I think this would help. I made a green bean casserole to go with this, and everything really did taste and smell like thanksgiving! Thanks for a tasty and easy recipe.