Campbell's® Creamy Dijon Chicken with Rice

Campbell's® Creamy Dijon Chicken with Rice

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"Browned chicken simmers in a creamy mustard sauce, then served with hot rice."
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Ingredients

20 m servings
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  1. Heat oil in skillet. Add chicken and cook until browned.
  2. Add soup, water, mustard and pepper. Heat to a boil. Cover and cook over low heat 5 minutes or until done. Serve with rice.

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Most helpful positive review

I didn't have any cream of celery so I tried cream of mushroom instead. I read the comment about lemon but decided to go a different route and added a good-sized dash of worcester sauce too. Mix...

Most helpful critical review

We did not care for this recipe.

I didn't have any cream of celery so I tried cream of mushroom instead. I read the comment about lemon but decided to go a different route and added a good-sized dash of worcester sauce too. Mix...

This was really easy and very good. Nice Dijon flavor and it was very creamy. I will add lemon juice next time but that's it. I only cook for two so I saved the rest of the sauce for next time.

Turned out pretty good. I did add the worchestershire sauce as suggested by other reviewers, but next time I think Ill double the dijon because the dijon flavor wasn't very strong.

We really enjoyed this recipe. I saw the comments of people adding lemon and/or worcestershire. I also saw that some thought the chicken was a little bland. I added about a half Tbsp of worceste...

I used chicken broth instead of water, spicy brown mustard instead of dijon. I seasoned the breasts with Paula Deen's season salt and browned in butter. There wasn't one drop left in the pan! ...

I thought this was SO good for a quick and easy Monday night meal. I sauteed 1/2 a chopped white onion with my cubed chicken and added about a 2 tsp of worcestshire (like others suggested)to th...

Substituted Cream of Chicken Soup; followed other reviewers suggestion to increase the Dijon Mustard - used 2 Tablespoons - could have easily used 3; and added a splash of white wine. Very good...

For so few ingredients, I think this is a very good, quickly made dinner. Dijon mustard is a must and if you like this flavor I think you can add a little more. I really like this with rice an...

We did not care for this recipe.