This was just packed with flavour. I was licking up the leftover sauce, not a pretty sight but it was so delicious! I used skinless chicken breasts. I didn't bake them first, but just put them in raw, into a casserole dish with the sauce. I then baked the whole lot together for about 50 minutes. I used a heaped teaspoon each of grated fresh ginger and crushed garlic instead of the powders. The chicken was very tender and tasty. I served it over rice with some green beans. I also liked that this recipe uses ingredients that I always have on hand so I will be making this again for sure.
YUMMY, YUMMY!!! It was too hot to turn on the oven, so I used the crockpot. I used about 1 1/2 lbs. of boneless, skinless chicken breast, cut into pieces, threw in a bag of frozen oriental mixed vegetables, a can of sliced water chestnuts, and poured the sauce over top. Cooked on high for an hour, then turned it to low for about 2 hours. I did add a little water (about 1/2 c.) and used fresh garlic. I had the meal in the crockpot in about 10 minutes max., cooked some rice...so simple and ABSOLUTELY AWESOME!!! The sauce is just out of this world!! Thanks so much Nancy! ~Manda
I would probably rate this 3 stars on taste, but it earned another star due to the ease of preparation and the fact that one of my kids asked if I would make it again sometime. (My other kids weren't as crazy about it, but thought it was okay.) The chicken was definitely moist and juicy. I used split chicken breasts with the skin on. To me, the sauce was a little salty. It probably would have been better if I'd used a light soy sauce. Overall, it was a quick and easy dinner that I would describe as adult-friendly kid food. (I think it's the processed flavor and saltiness of the tomato soup that makes me think of it that way.)
So simple, yet very flavorful. I agree with Dale! - the sauce was so yummy. I subbed the chicken parts for boneless/skinless chicken breas fillets, just over a pound since I'm cooking for just two, but I left the sauce ingred the same amount. I also can't eat dark meat with my IBS (and I don't like it anyway). I served this over white rice and the sauce tasted so good with the rice alone, I was so glad I kept the amts the same. I also served this with green beans on the side. Thanks for posting this, Nancy! I had to add to my previous comments; this recipe kind of got lost in my cookbook, but I hadn't forgotten about it. I made one big change this time. Tomato soup usually has ingredients that my IBS doesn't allow me to digest well, so I subbed tomato sauce instead (about 11 oz), used 2 large boneless/skinless chicken breasts and kept the rest of the ingredients the same, baking chicken and sauce at once for about 50 mins. Still great, still melt-in-your-mouth tender! :)
A very simple and yummy chicken recipe! I followed the recipe exactly the first time and used the crockpot the second time. Both were good but I prefer the oven method. The sauce is great over rice!
This was delicious. I followed Dale's advice and poured the sauce over the raw chicken and baked for 50 minutes. We all loved the tangy sauce - I used a bit more soy sauce and garlic powder. Thanks for posting. I will definitely make this again as I know I will always have all the ingredients.
Thanks for a really easy and tasty recipe Nancy. I made this at work this morning, with 4kg of skinless chicken thighs and 3 times the sauce-it was a real hit. I think I will make it again through the week for the people who missed it today!
This dish was great. My family loved it. If was so easy to make and so flavorful. The only thing I would add next time (per request) is a spicy element like cayenne or tobacco.
I would have rated this 3 stars personally, but my kids asked for seconds, so I'm adding an extra star. We served this over white rice and my kids LOVED the sauce. I agree with another reviewer that said it was very ketchup-y tasting. I may make it again for the kiddos sometime.
This was okay. The sauce wasn't quite what I was expecting, but I served it over rice and everyone liked it okay.