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Absolutely fantastic! Better than expected! I was only serving two and used one large breast, however I kept the sauce quantities much the same as I like a lot of sauce. I left out the green onions. Also used 200ml chicken stock instead of broth(don't know if there is a difference),and served over rice with steamed broccoli.

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dale! March 05, 2003

I just loved this recipe! The chicken was tender and moist and the sauce was delicious! I made exactly as directed and served over rice. Everyone cleaned their plate and asked for seconds! I will be serving this one again! Thanks for sharing, ~Pixie~!!

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Bev September 03, 2003

"Num-Nums!" as my dad used to say. I made it according to your recipe, and made 5 breasts because it's always iffy about seconds here. I loved the sauce, and kept piling it on my chicken. We had it with long-grain and wild rice, and broccoli and cauliflower.Very good!

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HEP MEP August 19, 2003

I was not a big fan of this dish. I thought the gravy had a bit of a strange taste and that the whole dish was far too salty (even when I used low sodium soy sauce). However, my boyfriend liked it so maybe it was just a matter of preference. I won't make it again though.

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mewack November 04, 2009

This was an amazing recipe. DH actually grinned through the whole thing and insisted that I make it again in the future. The only thing I changed was to use two big chicken breasts instead of 4. It made extra gravy, but that was just fine with us!

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Seedbeads September 22, 2009

We enjoyed this, and it was easy. (Not counting the vote of my son who hates mushrooms.) I had a little trouble with the sauce. For some reason, it was fine when it was finished, but it thinned back out as we ate. Weird. Maybe I should have served this with a starch to sop it up. I did serve it with Acadia's Bell Pepper Onion Stir Fry.

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evewitch June 18, 2009

SUPER-- easy to do, but looks and tastes like something you'd order at a restaurant. I didn't use the green onions (didn't have any), but sprinkled in about a 1/4 t onion powder. Served over rice. Good stuff! Thanks!

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Clarely April 05, 2009

The recipe was excellent, very succulent! My hubby even loved it, as he's a complainer when it comes to trying new dishes! I used chicken wings, flour instead of corn starch, chicken stock instead of broth, mushroom with juices that come in a bottle or can instead of white buttons, added fresh garlic, and being from new orleans I used zatarain season instead of salt and pepper. It was delicious! I will definitely make it again! In New Orleans this is considered smothered chicken with a kick of mushrooms and green onions!

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elegantly February 09, 2009

Pixie, you proved that great recipes are not difficult. Through necessity we made a some changes -- we used drums sticks (skinned) and chicken stock. Super good and super easy. Next time we make this (for DW's mother) we will add a clove of crushed garlic and, maybe, a little ginger. Many thanks to you for sharing this with us.

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PeeGee January 13, 2009

Loved the flavor! Easy to make! I had all ingredients on hand (which never happens!)! It's a South Beach diet recipe, Phase 2 or 3, and is great on Brown Rice or Whole Wheat Pasta! Thanks!

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Aunt Mo November 11, 2008
Mushroom Chicken