Recipe by mikase01
"This is by far our favorite recipe. This moist rice, chicken and kielbasa meal is the perfect comfort food for those cold winter nights, or that rainy summer day. If you've never had chicken bog before, you're missing out. I guarantee you'll love this one-pot meal that's easy to clean up."
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bone-in chicken thighs with skin
chopped red bell pepper
chopped orange bell pepper
1 (16 ounce) package
turkey kielbasa, cubed
uncooked white rice
crushed red pepper flakes
1 (10.75 ounce) can
condensed cream of mushroom soup
This was excellent! My entire family loved! I goofed and bought boneless thighs. I used 5 boneless thighs and instead of boiling in water, I used 4 cups of chicken broth and 2 water. It came out great! One of those meals that warms you up on a cold night! Thank for the recipe!
don't put the vegtables in till later mine were mush, and it's just kinda salty dish w/ a pop of sausage
This recipe was SOOO delicious. I made it on a snowy day, and it took a while to do but it was worth it. Everything mixed together nicely and the tastes complimented each other. Very very good. we had leftovers for about 4 days. I HIGHLY recommend this dish if you have some time.
My husband loved this dish, and rated it a 10!! It was a little on the hot side for me, but this dish really does need some heat. I couldn't find turkey kielbasa, so I used smoked turkey sausage (looked like kielbasa) instead. Otherwise, followed exact recipe. I will make again if my husband requests it.
Great love of your recipe from SC!
8x bone-in chicken thighs
4x cups chicken broth and the rest water (I did by eye, really)
1x onion (i freaking' minced instead of diced it)
2x chicken bullion cubes
1x turkey butterball sausage 14oz (big pack)
2x family size rice-aroni (whatever flavor, I got chicken flavor)
2x tablespoons of ground Cheyenne pepper
1x tablespoon garlic salt
2x tablespoon Italian seasoning
1x tablespoon onion salt
1x family size can of cream of mushroom (22oz)
put in chicken, 4 cans of chicken broth and the rest with water till chicken is covered. put bullion in and set to high till boiling. turn to low so it simmers till chicken is soft. ~50 mins. while chicken boiled I minced the onion and diced the sausage to set aside.
after 50 minutes. I took chicken out and filtered out any thick fat floating around the pot. hand pulled the chicken from the fat/bone while tossing chicken back in along with the sausage and onion. I put the rice, salts, and peppers and left the can of mushroom out for now. Stirred. Kept heat on low since it kept simmering..
Checked every 5 minutes to see if rice was soft. I added chicken broth as needed to make thickness what I wanted, added cream of mushroom once rice was soft. Turned off stove and served once it stopped simmering.
I served this alongside peas and collared greens.
Awesome comfort food for cold days. I changed the recipe around for convenience and what we had in our store. Took me about 2.5 hrs to make. I gave 5/5!
Loved this, rest of the family could have lived without the kielbasa. Not too difficult but does take a little time.
Super easy and good! Followed recipe except with two minor changes:
-Pressure cooked the thighs instead of boiled to cut down on time- pressure cooked for 8 minutes, so the recipe was a fairly quick one. Poured in just 2 cups of water and 1 boullion. Added chicken stock from a carton to adjust stock afterward so there was 4.5 cups
-Added dried cayenne in addition to red pepper (cut up two whole, dried peppers)
Very good, quick, and tasty!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Creamy Chicken Bog With A Kick
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 138
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