Creamy Chicken Hash

"Just sorta came up with this tonight when I needed something fairly quick and healthy. It's creamy, but it only uses a touch of milk. Kind of like a skillet chicken stew. Guiltless comfort food, if you ask me. Either way, no complaints from my family! :D"
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  • Sautée onions and carrots in oil over medium heat for about 5 minutes.
  • Add chicken and let it begin to brown.
  • Add chicken stock, cover, turn heat to low and let simmer about 10 minutes.
  • Mix corn starch with milk to make slurry, then bring heat back up to medium on skillet, adding the slurry.
  • Let thicken for 1-2 minutes, add peas and corn, and let cook another 2 minutes or so, salt and pepper to your liking.
  • Enjoy!

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  1. Let me be the first to say that this was FANTASTIC. It was a cool fall night, I was home alone, and I wanted some comfort food. This completely did the job. It reminded me of mom's home cookin', and it was totally easy and healthy. I also added some cubed potatoes, but that was just my preference. Thanks for a great recipe!


Culinary school drop-out (happy cook)! My name is Meg, as my public name might suggest, and I'm 20 years old. So far, I've been a cook my whole life, at home and in restaurants, working as a Baker's Assistant right now. I was raised in a commercial bakery and general store as well run by my aunt and mom. I'm engaged to an amazing guy, who I met in high school in a restaurant prep course. We both went to college for Culinary Arts/Chef Training, but neither found the program very satisfying. As it stands, we're both happiest cooking, so long as it's not in a kitchen lab. I've been nosing around 'Zaar since I was about 13 or 14, and it's been a huge source of learning for me, back when I didn't even know what a roux was, haha. If you've seen me around before, I'm the former SugarMegnolia. Also, I write a blog, however, I'm not always the best at keeping up with it, but try to put in my best effort whenever I get around to writing. The link is here, please give it a quick look-see!
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