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Easy a la King Haiku: "Really needed more like sauteed onions garlic. But very easy!" The chicken that I used in this was ultra-flavored from a leftover marinated 'cue so I'm sure that added some oomph to an otherwise vanilla-sounding entree. But even w/o the chicken my husband and I agreed that for the ease of putting this together it turned out pretty tasty. Next go-around I'll add some sauteed onion and garlic for sure and more than a dash of hot sauce... and really 1-star reviewer? 'Too many ingredients to make this easy'?
My husband and son both really liked this. We agreed that it didn't taste like any chicken a la king that we have ever had before but it still tasted very good. I think it was the spinach that made it taste different. We had some left overs that tasted even better the next day.
Although this dish was very easy to make I found it very runny and bland. I think that the basic premise of this dish is fine just forget about the water and add another can of cream of mushroom soup with maybe a 1/4 Cup of milk. I didn't use any water because my broccoli was partially frozen and only 1/4 or so cup of milk and still this dish was incredibly runny. I was hoping for a more thick and sauce-ier dish not soup. Boil some instant brown rice in which helped but it was still soupy.