Worth the effort - very tasty. I used a pack of variety dried mushrooms. The sauce is thin but can be thickened on the stove with corn starch.
Fricassee of Chicken with Cream and Morel Mushrooms
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SOGrady Posted: 02/18/11
carenmichelle Posted: 02/14/11
The flavors are excellent, and it is good in the slow cooker, but I thought the sauce was runny, so I put it back on the stovetop for the last 20 minutes and boiled to reduce the sauce down. I'm glad I did as it really intensified the flavor. Also, I used more stock and less cream to make it more healthy.
RLoushin Posted: 02/28/11
I agree, the sauce is very thin, but we soaked it up with french bread. I used fresh baby bella mushrooms, quartered, and dried herbs added at the beginning in the crockpot. Rich, delicious flavor!
brandycgarth Posted: 06/15/12
I made this Chorizo-Beef Nachos at home last week .. even though it has lots of recipes in it .. I think it is just perfect! It tastes good! and definitely worth it . I made it together with some recipes I got from thesaladsite..
Terrylady1 Posted: 05/21/12
After reading other reviews, I deicded to lightly coat my chicken in flour to thicken up the sauce. Also, fresh herbs can be expensive so I purchased dried ones. While the cream sauce was reducing i seasoned it with the herbs that I had on hand.. worked out pretty well.
Prodfb14 Posted: 12/12/12
Joannebuckmoore Posted: 08/02/12
Made this by stove top as I am never satisfied with slo cooker. Instead of the fat in cream and the runiness it creates I used cream of chicken soup, Alfredo i n a jar works too..it was super and has a short cooking time and no rubbery chicken. Had been looking for this recipe for ages as its an oldie. Love this site it has almost everything.(except an old fashioned mustard pickle recipe).
Prodgoogle1 Posted: 12/14/12
Awsm one :) gonna try today :)