4 Reviews

I used boneless chicken breasts as well. Easy to put together in the morning....and then the sandwiches came together quickly at dinner time. Thanks for the recipe!

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FLYing4Me December 13, 2008

I used boneless chicken breast and it worked great. I would recommend using half the onion soup mix if you use only 4 breast though. The meat was was rather salty. I also used fat free Italian dressing. The whole family enjoyed the sandwiches and agreed it had a slight Chinese food flavor to it. The kids put mayo and provolone cheese on theirs and the adults used mayo and lettuce. While the filling was good "as is" the mayo definitely complimented the flavors. We also thought the meat would be good served over rice or noodles. Thanks for sharing!

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Marg (CaymanDesigns) August 18, 2008

Like the other reviewer, I used boneless, skinless chicken breasts (my family won't eat anyother piece of the chicken) Very easy and good main. Served with oven fries. Thanks for posting. Made for 123 wonders game.

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KaraRN January 30, 2008

I altered the serving style for this by removing the chicken from the crockpot, (I actually used boneless/skinless breasts), boiling the sauce and then mixing it with some pre-cooked pasta. Delish! Thanks for posting, bmcnichol!

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Me & Mr. Jones January 17, 2008
Savory Chicken Sandwiches from the Crock Pot