Recipe by terrylynne
"In this simple, hearty meal, any vegetables, fresh or frozen, can be substituted for the broccoli and carrots. This is an excellent winter supper. Serve with pasta or rice."
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1 (10.75 ounce) can
condensed cream of chicken soup
1 (10.75 ounce) can
condensed cream of mushroom soup
skinless, boneless chicken breast halves, chopped
2 large heads
baby carrots, chopped
shredded Cheddar cheese
dry bread crumbs
Good as written except we noticed the carrots were still a bit too crunchy for our liking but the broccoli cooked fine. Worth making again, precooking the carrots a bit and maybe adding a bit more spices.
Used only one can of soup, added another 1/2 c. of cheddar cheese and a little milk. I omitted the chicken because I was going to serve it with a pork main dish. We all ate a bite or so then passed on the rest. It was a waste of time and ingredients.
I saw this in the 'Newest Recipes' thing, and I decided to try it. Overall, it was pretty good, (or is, i'm actually eating it right now!) I made a couple of changes, I added more paprika, salt, crushed red pepper, and, put some croutons on top!(i needed some sort of crunch!) I really suggest to put some crushed red pepper if you like spicy food. This is a pretty darn good recipe :)
This is a rather versatile recipe. I used frozen broccoli and corn for the vegetables and two cans of cream of chicken soup because it's what I had in hand. To make sure the spices (including a half teaspoon of red pepper flakes) permeated the entire dish, I mixed them in with the soup before pouring it over the chicken and vegetables. Also used croutons instead of breading. It turned out AMAZING, though the soup (sauce) is a little on the thin side.
This was great!! Extremely easy to put together after work and just throw in the oven. It was good home-cooked comfort food. I added a little bit of Cayanne pepper to give it a little more of a kick and used taco-flavored cheese and it turned out very flavorful. My boyfriend loved it too. I will definitely make this one again!
Very great place to start. Mine ended up different but this is where the idea came from. I I only used the chicken and broccoli, and made my own cream sauce with mushrooms in place of the soups. I baked it for just over an hour because my chicken was partially frozen, and then topped it with the cheese and bread crumbs for about 10 omre minutes. I used no additional seasongings. Excellent.
this was OK. that's about it...it wasn't bad...it was easy to throw everything together and just put in the oven but it was a little bit bland...probably won't make this again..noone made any comments about it being bad but noone said it was good either..
my husband loved this! the combination of the 2 soups was super tasty. I also added potatoes into the mix.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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