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This dish tasted good, but the smell, oh the smell! It turned DBF off, and he wouldn't try the dish. I'm more of a trooper though and didn't let the smell hinder my tasting. The dish tasted alright, but the smell lingered in my house for two days. I used less than 1/4 of an onion too. I'm not sure if i'll make this again because of the smell factor, but it really is an okay tasting dish.
Didn't like this as much as I thought I would. The rice seasoning was too overpowering. Maybe it would have been different with another brand.
I made this recipe on the stove instead of the oven. I cooked the rice as directed on the box, adding the cooked chicken about half way through. After it was done I added the soup & milk. Cooking it this way saved me about 20 minutes cook time. Simple, easy, tasty...
We liked this casserole, even my casserole-averse husband. As others have said it needs spicing up and has to cook longer than the directions say. I increased the oven temperature to 375 and it did reduce the time somewhat. After 50 minutes I uncovered the dish and let it back another 20 minutes. At that point it was close enough to done that I put the cover back on and turned off the oven while I microwaved some broccoli. It was nicely cooked. I added a heaping tablespoon of Bell's poultry seasoning to the dish but it still needed more spice. I'm going to add paprika to the leftovers to see how they taste. Next time I think I'll skip the Uncle Ben's and use regular wild rice with my own spices. If I get it worked out, I'll be back with an update.
We liked this one but didn't love it. It was rather light for evening meal even with bread. My family said they still felt a bit hungry afterwards. It also didn't have alot of flavor so I added poultry seasoning, paprika, salt and course ground pepper and cooked for another 20 minutes because it was still had too much liquid. I think this would be a good dish to use with leftovers or during Thanksgiving when you have too much turkey leftover.
I really enjoyed this... and I was thrilled that it only came out to 5 Weight Watchers points per serving. It was a good comfort food kind of meal, minus the usual fat and calories. I served with green beans and biscuits. I baked for half an hour, stirred, and then left the cover off for another 40 minutes before the liquid was pretty well absorbed. Next time I might reduce the liquid a little, but otherwise I wouldn't change a thing. Very good, a definite keeper in my book!
Very easy to make and tastes great!
I made this for our dinner last night and it was very good.I chose it because unlike similar recipes, it didn't have dried soup mix in it in addition to canned and the rice seasoning packet. Just WAY too much sodium for my tastes! I followed the recipe, but since I do not like canned mushrooms, I sauteed fresh ones in butter, with the cut chicken and a bit of onion.It turned out really well, and I will be making this again. Thanks for an easy tasty dinner.
I tried this recipe out, and it is a nice simple dinner. Combined with veggies, it is great. We added broccoli and cheddar Sidekicks which was great, and then sprinkled a bit of cheese on the top - it was great!
This was wonderful! It was soooo easy to put together and tasted delicious. We used the broth that the chicken made from cooking for the boiling water. This made the dish a bit to salty, but we won't salt the chicken while it cooks next time! This will be an again and again dish for us!