Creamy Slow-cooker Chicken

  • LynnCrosland Posted: 11/30/08
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    Excellent weeknight dinner! My husband and picky children devoured it. It's been put in the rotation. Who doesn't love another good crockpot recipe? Served it over rice with garlic green beans (another good SL recipe).

  • No Longer Registered Posted: 02/10/10
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    Very good comfort food and very easy!

  • kaks2339 Posted: 11/08/08
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    my daughter made this recipes with reduced sodium soup and it was still too salty. Next time I will either skip the seasoned salt or use Mrs Dash. served with plain rice so that helped the saltiness

  • Becky54 Posted: 10/14/09
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    Good recipe

  • DonnaD Posted: 02/05/09
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    Watch the salt! The dressing mix has alot in it already. This dish was good however, it just tasted like Mushroom soup on top of chicken. The gravy was nice and thick. Next time I would use boneless chicken since the chicken cooked really tender and we had to watch for bones. It was fairly easy too.

  • CherylO Posted: 11/10/08
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    Loved it! I used cream of chicken soup instead of cream of mushroom. Was a hit with my husband and kids. The chicken was very moist. Would make a great potluck dish or entree to serve company. Very elegant and rich-tasting. This recipe passed and made it to my "keeper" list.

  • betsyr Posted: 11/19/08
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    This is a great dish for a cold evening. It's rather rich, especially when served with the wild rice but I loved it! Makes great leftovers too. It doesn't need as much seasoned salt as called for though. I used chicken broth rather than white wine and it worked just fine.

  • Sissyday Posted: 11/12/08
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    This recipe looked great, but all the reviews saying it was too salty caused me to make just a few adjustments. It turned out great! Even my picky 11 year-old loved it. It does NOT need 2 tsp. of seasoned salt, just sprinkle the chicken breasts and you'll only use 1/4-1/2 tsp. I only used 3/4 of the packet of Good Seasonings and added a teaspoon of refrigerated jarred garlic. I also used cream of celery low fat soup. I used whipped cream cheese because it blends easily. I used baby bella mushrooms - they were so tasty. Served it over white rice. We will definitely make it again.

  • khbeck01 Posted: 11/10/08
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    I made this for my family last night and they absolutely loved it! The mushrooms soaked in the wine flavor and were so good. I'm definitely making this again.

  • pam1920 Posted: 11/18/08
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    Good comfort food. However, I let it cook a little too long and it was a bit dry. My fault. Great taste with the Italian dressing mix.

  • BJPatton Posted: 11/18/08
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    This recipe is a solid comfort meal for a cold winter night. The vegetables shown with it are yummy too.

  • MoobleyWoobley Posted: 10/22/09
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    Neither my family nor I liked this recipe at all. Will not repeat.

  • JacksonsYaYa Posted: 11/20/08
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    This tastes no differently that the original recipe on the can of Campbells Cream of Mushroom Soup. Thought it would have a little different twist, but it did not.

  • Beth27 Posted: 11/20/08
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    There was NOTHING wrong with this recipe. In fact, my picky husband told to me to move it to the top of the list. I cooked the chicken in the skillet until fully cooked because I was pushed for time, but that was the only change I made. It was only in the crockpot for about 2 hours but was tender, juicy and delicious. Great for an everyday dinner. He had a baked sweet potato with his & I had green beans with mine. We'll definitely do this one again!

  • ChefMichelle48 Posted: 02/16/09
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    Loved this recipe! I added rice and chicken broth in the slow cooker to make it a full meal. Husband says it's a keeper!

  • SarahNC Posted: 12/10/08
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    Seriously, my family DEVOURED this. I won't rate it extra easy, because you have to brown the chicken first, but I browned the chicken on Saturday night, started the crock pot before church the next day, and the timing was perfect for Sunday Lunch. We've made it several times, and shared with friends who also love it. The veggie/rice recipe that comes with it is also very good.

  • TMRoss Posted: 12/29/08
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    Very easy and tasty!

  • DMCsMom Posted: 12/21/08
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    I loved this, but probably because I altered it a bit: Used cream cheese with chives instead of plain, & added a ton of (jarred, pre-minced) garlic. Used boneless skinless chicken thighs the 2nd time I made it, and it was much better than with the breasts. The meat fell apart, it was so tender. Also, used canned mushrooms the 2nd time, as I was out of fresh. Better with fresh, but would do it again with canned, in a pinch. Yummy!!

  • Mimi4448 Posted: 01/07/09
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    Great everyday recipe. Substituted the wine with chicken stock. Don't use as much seasoned salt as called for in the recipe. Barely sprinkle the seasoned salt on the chicken before browning. The Italian dressing packet has plenty of salt/spices - no need for extra. I did substitue onion/chive cream cheese for more flavor. Served with a fruit salad and was very satisfied.

  • DianeandDan Posted: 09/26/10
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    This was yummy. Next time I would add more mushrooms. I stayed away from the seasoning salt due to other reviews. My husband and I ate this the first night as is...2nd night I cut up the chicken and and added it and the sauce to pasta....3rd night we made quesadillas out of the last pieces of chicken sans the sauce.

  • goosesc Posted: 03/20/11
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    I made this with 99% fat free cream of mushroom soup and cooking white wine (would prefer actual white wine but didn't have any on hand.) It was very good! Served over whole grain rice and broccoli, made about 8 servings but that probably just means my servings were smaller than intended. Will make again--would love to try this with biscuits!

  • bafinaire Posted: 01/22/10
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    Didn't really like it, kind of bland and seemed too salty. Will not make again.

  • rtallerico Posted: 11/18/10
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    Love the versatility of this recipe. I have made it twice now substituting 2 cream of celery soup. Since it is just my husband and I, I can make the chicken on Sun and use it all week but still feel like we have a different meal every other night. Put on top of cornbread with enchilada sauce, mix it with rice and broccoli, mix it with pasta or use the chicken in a chicken corn soup.

  • Angelan20 Posted: 11/02/09
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    I made this the other night and it was delicious! I did everything the same in the recipe, except i used chive & onion cream cheese and i had cream of mushroom soup with roasted garlic, so i used that, it came out great! will definitely be making this again!

  • RikkiandTilly Posted: 10/31/09
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    Very Good Recipe! I have made this many times. I do make two substitutions, however. Instead of seasoned salt I use seasoned pepper, and instead of wine I use dry sherry.

  • leighannfajardo Posted: 04/30/10
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    This is so good! I've made it a couple of times - and I didn't use the slow cooker. I was in a hurry both times, and cooked my chicken - almost all the way through and threw in the other ingredients. Fabulous! The first time I made it, I used mushrooms from a jar. The second time, I used fresh mushrooms - the fresh tasted much better, of course. Also, I substituted apple juice for the dry white wine. Delicious!!!

  • JimG70 Posted: 11/08/10
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    An easy dish to prepare. We serve it when we have company that will be sharing a daytime activity and we need dinner ready when we get home. So far, we have nothing but rave reviews and requests for the recipe. It's a keeper. Usually served with white rice and yeast rolls.

  • outerspace Posted: 01/20/11
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    This recipe absolutly yummy and creamy is very accurate. The only changes I made was to add diced roasted red bell pepper from a jar, only added half of the italian seasoning pkg as there was a lot of salt in it. Instead I added a tsp dried Italian seasoning and garlic powder. I served it over egg noodles, but would have preferred rice. French style green beans was our vege. I would definatley make this again and serve it to company.

  • johnsen Posted: 03/01/11
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    very rich, next time will cut way back on cream cheese and salt. served with egg noodles. husband thought it was excellent.

  • emilyrn Posted: 01/26/11
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    This turned out very good and I've made it a couple times. Second time I didn't add all of the italian seasoning because it came out way too salty the first time, but other than that is was great!

  • Aevans0826 Posted: 04/08/11
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    Easy to prepare and quite tasty! My husband and I like to make the Pillsbury biscuits in a can and pour this dish over the top.

  • Susanstack33 Posted: 08/26/11
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    Great and easy. I used Campbells creamy soup and vegetables instead of the cream of mushroom. It made the recipe not quite so rich and added vegetables.

  • Lucky3 Posted: 09/15/11
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    It's a keeper!

  • QuickyChef Posted: 10/11/11
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    Really pretty good. I doubled up on mushrooms and I wish that i had sauteed them first becuase they left my sauce a little watery. Overall good flavor and I would use the sauce base again. Maybe instead of italian dressing some grainy mustard or pesto would make a nicely flavored sauce.

  • wrbawoman Posted: 09/27/11
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    I eliminated the seasoned salt, used cream of chicken soup instead of cream of mushroom, used half of the cream cheese, and used chicken broth instead of white wine. It turned out great!! Everyone loved it!! The kids sopped up all the gravy with french bread. I will definitely make this a regular in our rotation!!!

  • wmtopp Posted: 10/05/11
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    We have had this dish about a half dozen times in the past 6 months and have loved it every time. We've made no changes to the recipe and it is perfect to serve over a bed of egg noodles.

  • MichiganRosie Posted: 10/09/11
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    Made this dish last night for a football party and everyone LOVED it! When I blended the cream cheese, soup, Italian seasoning, etc I thought it would too salty, but I cooked it longer than the 4 hours because the game took longer and it was excellent. The chicken was so tender, you could cut it with a fork. Some guests asked for a second helping of rice with just the mushroom sauce. Every guest asked for a copy of the recipe. It doesn't get much better than that.

  • thomsonwa Posted: 10/26/11
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    Way too salty. Does not need the italian dressing mix. Cream cheese was too much with the creaminess of the soup.

  • FLOWER5 Posted: 12/04/11
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    My 8 year old said it was the best!

  • SueKram Posted: 01/16/12
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    My husband, son and father loved this recipe. I did use the italien dressing mix on the chicken before I cookeded and then put the rest in the soup/cr mixture and omitted the 2t. seasoned salt. The chicken was so tender it fell apart and leftovers were just as good. This is a keeper and will be made again.

  • ginny48 Posted: 03/05/12
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    My 6 and 11 year old grandkids - who will never touch the mushrooms in salad - fought over the mushrooms in this dish. They placed the recipe in our "keep these ingredients on hand at all times" list. The adults loved it just as much. It's never better than when something this easy is a crowd pleaser.

  • marcyramsey Posted: 05/02/12
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    Delicious and easy, I will make this again. Next time I will plate it with egg noodles and a green vegetable.

  • lmansell3 Posted: 03/07/13
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    My family loved this dish and with a house full of picky eaters I now feel like a star! Easy to make, I will be making it again

  • osequin Posted: 02/06/13
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    I tried a similar recipe to this one and the other one came out so much better. It used chicken cutlets and the end result was like pulled chicken. I had to use a knife for this recipe. This recipe also turned out soupy but was nonetheless delicious over pasta.

  • BLB1976 Posted: 01/06/13
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    I doubled the amount of wine and mushrooms then added a few onions - my wife said it was - SUPERB! Easy and a very nice aroma in the house while it was simmering.

  • Christina21 Posted: 03/29/12
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    Love love love! Great dinner! Very easy and very tasty! The whole family loved it and the chicken wasn't dry! Will make again!

  • Deniseandvince Posted: 01/27/13
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    WOW !

  • blaiseroy Posted: 10/23/12
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    EASY meal for a busy weeknight with kids! Entire family loved it which is why it gets an OUTSTANDING!!! Has been requested to be on a "regular rotation" by my 16yr old son!

  • stacylynn Posted: 07/07/13
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    This is a new favorite crockpot recipe. I always add chopped onion & garlic, sauteed after browning the chicken, then deglazed with a little extra wine. After wine cooks off, place in cooker with chicken. The only other change I make is using only Italian seasoning instead of dressing mix to cut down on the sodium.

  • wamgrotty Posted: 07/20/14
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    very good. I would add more liquid & I would not use big chicken breasts.

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