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Kari, thank you for being inspired by my crockpot roast recipe! This was very good. The chicken came out very tender and moist. Only thing I didn't do was add the canned peas (hate them!). Next time I make this I will use a package of chicken gravy instead of turkey to see if there's a difference of taste! Thanks again for becoming "inspired" by me!
What a fantastic meal. I have to say I was very surprised how good this was. The only change I made was not to add the peas. My children don't like peas in their food. I served mix vegetables to the side. This was an effortless meal that tasted great. Thanks for a great recipe.
Thanks Kari. We added the peas and the flavor of the rice was yummy. I think the I will reduce the onion soup on top next time as it overpowered somewhat. We will definitely make again.
I made this just exactly as the recipe stated. It turned out just fabulous. The chicken was nice and tender and the rice was absolutley yummy. It had a bit of a kick to it. Thanks for posting. I will make this again.
Very good ! I made the recipe as directed using 3 boneless chicken breasts. I will make this again.
Good and easy recipe. Next time I'll reduce cooking time a litle since the rice started to burn on bottom and edges.
Made this for dinner tonight. Well, my husband did. I left everything pre-measured and ready, and he put it together for me in 10 minutes. Into the oven, so when I came home I made veggies and rolls. We really like it-and I definately liked the fact that it can be made right in the serving dish-hate washing dishes!I have a big family so I used 6 chicken breasts, 2 cups of rice and 4 cups of water. It was yummy. Next time, I think I will make it with frozen peas, the canned peas looked sad to me. But it was easy and yummy!
We are big fans of 27208, so we were eager to try this. It was super easy, the chicken was moist, and the rice was flavorful. It did seem a bit salty. I left out the peas, and I wonder if peas would absorb some of the salt. We will have this again! Thanks, Kari.