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This smelled so good while it was cooking, I could hardly wait to get it on my plate! I took Leah K.'s advice and added some cornstarch, and I used less spinach. Overall, a very tasty dish!

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S in PA July 25, 2002

A really easy,quick,and delicious dinner. I added some cornstarch to thicken the sauce a bit, and served it with steamed rice.Yet another winning recipe from the kitchen of Mirjam Dorn.

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Leah K. June 04, 2002

This was such good soup! I love soup with spinach. I came down with a terrible cold today, so decided to make soup instead of the other chicken dish I was going to make. So far, it's been the only up side to having a cold. I had to put noodles in it so the kids would eat it, and I left out the beans because I don't like beans at all. Thank you for a great soup recipe!

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Kiss*My*Tiara November 18, 2002

This was delicious! I'm going through a phase with cannellini beans at the moment and I can't get enough - all the flavours along with the beans and chicken made this a winning dish which we will definitely be having again!

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anniesnomsblog November 25, 2014

Thanks for this delicious stew that's become part of our regular rotation! The key to the flavour is in the rosemary and garlic - we substitute a tablespoon of fresh rosemary for the teaspoon of dried rosemary called for in the recipe. We also make it more nutritious by adding a can of chopped tomatoes and substituting double kale for the spinach (I also prefer the texture of kale to spinach in soups and stews). Because we're trying to reduce our meat consumption, we also use half the amount of organic, locally raised chicken. When we want to make it heartier, we add more beans and/or potatoes.

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Miheehee February 26, 2012

This was delicious! We used some leftover chicken breast, along with chicken thighs, and loaded up the stew with kale and lots of additional chicken broth. We also added red pepper flakes to add "sparkle" to the dish. We accompanied it with toasted, sliced french bread topped with European butter and a good red wine - it was perfect for a cold, snowy night. Thanks for posting this, Derf!

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Lizzie-Babette January 09, 2011

What a delicious, healthy meal. I did use 1 cup of broth, and next time I probably will add a sprinkle of crushed red pepper. I served it over rice and it was a wonderfully quick supper.

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LorenLou February 06, 2010

This is a recipe that we make often in my home. It's quick, healthy, and good.

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bernrome July 21, 2008

This is a very, very good healthy chicken dish. To perk it up I did add some hot pepper flakes and, of course, more garlic. To make it more stewlike I thickened it a little. When asparagus is in season I would add it too. A nice change from the heavier chicken type stews. Thanks for submitting.

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waynejohn1234 April 29, 2008

I really loved the chicken and the flavors for this recipe. I do agree that a little more garlic or something to flavor it up a little, but even my husband loved the chicken flavor and he dislikes chicken normally. Thanks for the recipe will try it again.

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nhredhead_65 May 18, 2007
Tuscan Chicken Stew