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This was absolutely wonderful, my son and his girlfriend loved it. She works graveryard and he meets her for her lunch hour. I packed this up for him with a couple of dinner candles and he presented her with a candlelight tailgate dinner.
I'm sorry, but our family did not care for this dish. Simplicity, yes, but really tasted like cream of chicken soup. The lemon pepper did not stand out at all and I thought I was pretty generous with the seasoning before it cooked. Oh well, certainly a 5 star for ease!
I used only two chicken breasts, but they were on the big side and cut them each in half... I kept all the other ingredients the same since my DH likes lots of sauce/gravy on his rice... I liberally sprinkled lemon pepper on the breasts, but we could hardly taste it after cooking... A little fresh lemon juice squeezed on right before serving might help "freshen" the flavors up... A very easy meal to throw together and it tasted good served with buttered rice and green beans, but didn't really "wow" us... I did not thicken the sauce before serving, since it seemed thick enough for us at the end of cooking time... Thanks for sharing!!!
I made this today, for Sunday dinner & it was FANTASTIC! I used leg quaters instead. I thought the soup mixture took away a little of the lemon pepper taste, so I added some when it was served up. Might slice up a lemon & add it next time, but will most definately make it again!!! THANKS!!!
My husband loved this! I make my own cream of chicken soup mix, which tends to be thinner than the canned variety. So I doubled the soup, then left out the additional milk and water. I got a more intense flavor that way. I was disappointed to not see an amount listed for the lemon-pepper seasoning, but I wanted flavor so I sprinkled the chicken quite liberally and we loved it. I made just one chicken breast, cut in half and pounded out a little. I browned as instructed, then did it in the oven at 350 for about an hour. Delicious!
Everyone loved this! I served it over noodles instead of rice and it was yummy! Next time (and there will be a next time) I'll probably add a little sour cream or flour for thickening the juice. Flavor was great!
This was really good and very simple. I used chicken tenderloins so only had to cook 3 hours or so in the crockpot - maybe less... and served over egg noodles. I would definitely suggest being very liberal with the lemon pepper.....:)
So moist and tender! This is a wonderful and flavorful chicken recipe for those too busy to cook. I used Christina's suggestion and served over rice and added a side of steamed baby spinach and rolls. Thank you, Christina for sharing this recipe!
This was very good and easy. I used two small chicken breasts and they came out beautifully tender. I didn't add the water or additional liquid at all, as it wasn't needed. There was a lot of sauce but it was great over the rice and steamed vegetables which I served with this. I'll make this one again.
I'm not sure if I did something wrong with it or not but it just wasn't for us. I put a bit much of the lemon pepper on the chicken and thought it was too much. It smelled like lemon when it was cooking but when we ate it there wasn't any hint of it at all. We only tasted the cream of chicken soup. Which wasn't bad tasting but it just wasn't the lemon flavor we were expecting it to have. It was also very runny, kind of like water. I added the corn starch as mentioned and it didn't thicken up. I'm sorry but it just didn't work for us and I'm not sure I"ll give it a try this way again. :-( It was very easy to put together though.