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talk about easy. I put frozen chicken breasts in added about 1/2 cup white wine to the butter and italian dressing mix. I then cooked it on low for about 6 hours put the cream cheese on top waited about 5 minutes it was soft enough put the cream of chicken soup in and as I was mixing it together I shredded the chicken at the same time (on purpose) served over egg noodles hubby even comented on how it was a nice change of pace. Will definately make again!
Oh this was good. All 3 kids AND the husband loved it which says it all. I liked that it was so easy to prepare. I threw in 4 large frozen chicken breasts the can of soup (low fat) the margarine some white wine and a.6 oz package of Tastefully Simple Garlic Garlic dip mix (because I didn't have the Italian dsg. mix and I REALLY wanted to try this recipe). Left it on low all day then shredded the chicken and added about 2/3 package of low fat cream cheese (that I melted in the microwave with some milk) about 30 minutes before serving. Served it over brown rice and the kids ate it all up and didn't even realize they were eating brown rice! The one thing is that it doesn't make much sauce so if you like things saucier add some more liquid to it. We'll definitely keep this one in the dinner rotation!
I would have NO hesitation serving this dish for company! It was fabulous! And I did not change a thing. I believe that if a person is nice enough to post a recipe you should make it at lease once before you start messing with it. This recipe needs Nothing!!!
AMAZING! I made a few simple changes leaving all the ingredients the same. I brushed the frozen breasts with the melted butter and Italian seasoning (I stirred them together before coating). I also added the soup at this time so it would not dry out the chicken during cooking. After 5 hours I took out the chicken and shredded it (extremely moist!) then added in the cream cheese and turned crockpot down to warm to heat through. It was just wonderful great flavor! May I suggest the best thing ever?? CROCK POT LINERS! No sticking to the pot and majorly quick clean up! Pull it out of the crock pot and toss in the trash boom... you are done with cleanup!! They are just the best and made this recipe even better...:O)
This recipe was a nice change of pace from other crock pot recipes. The flavor was excellent and the whole family loved it. I think that one packet of Italian dressing mix was just the right amount of flavor and it wasn't too salty. After reading other reviews about using only 1/2 of a packet I was a little worried it would be too strong as I'm a little sensitive to salt. I wouldn't recommend cutting it back at all. It was perfect just the way it is. I did use low fat cream cheese and fat-free cream of chicken soup and it turned out wonderful. Crock pot recipes are usually very easy but this one was unbelievably easy! I'll be using this one again for sure!
Wow this is really good!! I threw 3 huge frozen chicken breasts and the soup in the crockpot before I went to work. When I got home I shredded the chicken and added everything else and cooked it about an hour. Served it with egg noodles. Yummy
5 stars for ease and flavor! This recipe is fantastic and no major changes are required. You easily can adjust the ingredients to your taste or dietary requirements. There are even some other additions you could consider: Bacon mushrooms onions white wine or even a can of green chilies. Hard to believe that this wonderful dish is both Weight Watchers AND Atkins friendly. Definitely a keeper!
I made this yesterday and admit I used it as a base start. I have a habit of looking at the recipes and reading the reviews of others before deciding whether to try one or not! I am so glad this one made it to my table! I used 7 chicken thighs as that was what I had on hand. We try to watch our salt intake and after coating the thighs with the dry mix remembered other reviewers said it was too salty so I rinsed off some of the Italian dressing mix off the thighs. Next time I will just use a pack so I will not waste it. After it had cooked for 7 hours I drained the juices out of the crock pot & de-boned and shredded the chicken. Pre-heated the cream cheese & soup mix in a sauce pan with about 1/4 cup of white wine and instead of sour cream used 4 heaping tablespoons of plain yogurt. When it was hot & no longer lumpy I then mixed it in the chicken added fresh sautéed mushrooms and left it in the crock pot for another hour. Hubby had his on wide egg noodles; I had mine on white rice. Served it with a side salad. It was awesome! I could not believe how easy it was to prepare. I will be making this again! I will give this 4 stars as I believe that had it been made as it was written it would have been very good but feel that the simple additions is what made it so WONDERFUL! We ate the left overs for diner last night and it was even better! OMG!!! I am soooo looking forward to making this again!
Rating: 1 stars
I don't think it was the recipe. I just discovered that I don't like chicken stroganoff.