Veronica's Chicken in Cream Sauce

"A quick and easy chicken breast recipe with FLAIR!!! DH loved it so I know it's a keeper."
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  • Combine the first four ingredients and rub over both sides of chicken breasts.
  • In a large skillet, brown both sides of chicken.
  • Drain oil and fat and return chicken to SKILLET.
  • In separate bowl, add the soup, wine and water.
  • Mix well.
  • Pour soup mixture over chicken breasts, and bring to boil.
  • Reduce heat to medium, cover and simmer for 25 minutes or until chicken is done.
  • Thicken sauce if desired.
  • Serve with Veronica's Potato Chip Potatoes.

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  1. Chef 920429
    Another pick your chef recipe. I floured the chicken breasts,with the seasonings,then sprinkled more lemon-pepper and paprika on each side as I browned.I used cream of celery soup,and rhine wine.I didn't have to thicken the sauce,and it was perfect served over mashed potatoes. I will make this recipe often.Thank you for sharing.
  2. Barb G.
    Yummy chicken. I used cream of chicken soup, Browned the chicken then put it in the oven for about 30 minutes, worked great, as I had something else going in the oven. My Dh says it is a Keeper. Thank you Veronica.
  3. vrvrvr
    This turned into some mighty scrumptious chicken! I used higher quantities of the spices, along with a little flour, and tossed them into a Ziploc bag. I pounded the chicken breasts and cut them into medallions, then shook them in the bag to coat. I used a mix of olive oil and butter for sauteing, and I added minced shallots to the saute pan. Excellent flavor, and there was enough gravy to put over our parmesan noodles accompaniment. Green beans and toasty bread rounded out this dinner fit for a king. Thanks for this winner!
  4. CulinaryQueen
    I also added flour to the spices before dipping the chicken in them and baked in the oven. The chicken was wonderfully tender. I also cut up some parma ham over the chicken before pouring on the soup mixture, just to give it a little zing! Thanks Trixy!



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