I had surgery a week ago, and I was wanting to fix something for supper that was easy, healthy, and satisfying - yet super light on my tummy. This recipe got an A in all areas not only from me, but from the rest of my family. I did choose to keep it basic this time, following the recipe exactly, but I can see adding more veggies in the near future... super yummy and so appreciated, Lynn! Thanks for sharing!
This is a great one dish meal! But like other reviewers, I had to add a variety of veggies too. I added broccoli, red bell pepper, summer squash, and mushrooms! Super yummy! We will be making this again I promise.
This recipe is a good start but come on, there are so many great veggies to add to this! When I cook this, I use twice the seasoning and add more veggies like mushrooms, onions, celery, or tiny green beans. I have also used garlic cloves and I always add some cayenne to spice it up, along with extra pepper, parsley, or whatever I have on hand. Delicious -but just carrots and potatoes is so blah!
I changed recipe quite a bit based on what I had on hand, but it was GREAT. I used broccoli & cauliflower in addition to what your recipe calls for (left over from a baby shower veggie tray) And I used beef & onion soup mix with boneless chicken strips. Served with rice, it really was great.
This is an old and great recipe. I used 6 breasts (to make for 6 servings) baby arrots, whole mushrooms, and sliced zucchini. I use 1/3 cup oil and 2 packages of soup mix. Thanks for posting for safe keeping :O)
Great recipe! I threw in some cherry tomatoes, sliced onions, squash, mushrooms, baby carrots, and zucchini and it turned out great. Thanks for the recipe.
I was looking for a dish suitable for company that wouldn't tie me to the kitchen, and this was it! Got many favorable comments on it.