"Sauteed chicken and colorful vegetables are served over hot rice in a savory, cream sauce." — Campbell's Kitchen
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skinless, boneless chicken breast, cut into strips
cut-up vegetables (broccoli, carrots, green beans and red pepper)
1 (10.75 ounce) can
Campbell's® Healthy Request® Condensed Cream of Celery Soup
low-sodium soy sauce
hot cooked rice, cooked without salt
This was the first recipe I used on allrecipes, and what a great choice! I substituted carrots, with onions. And used low fat milk. The broccoli was AMAZING! It soaked up the sauce and tasted wonderful. However, because it soaked up so much of the sauce, there wasn't much left! Next time I will use one and a half cans. Regardless, it came out great!
I was absolutely NOT impressed with this recipe. I followed the directions to the letter. Just not my cup o' tea, I guess. Very bland.
This is one of my favorite dinners. I have made it a ton of times. I like it because you can change the veggies to what your family will eat.
Very Good! The only change I made was that I used Cream of Chicken because I did not have Cream of Celery soup. It tasted wonderful! For veggies I used green, red, and yellow peppers, onions & broccoli. Also, I pre-mixed and heated the cream of chicken, milk, garlic mixture on it's own. I also stir fried the veggies on their own before mixing them with the chicken.
Load the rice onto a plate, pour the creamy mixture over the rice, add your veggies and you're done. A quick, inexpensive, and healthy meal! Made even healthier if you use low sodium soup. Enjoy.
Easy & tasty way to use up random extras in our fridge/cupboard. Thanks!
This strifry was lovely. My family has some picky eaters, but the creamyness of the sauce took light away from the fact that it has lots of good veggies. I did more than 4 servings so I just uped the milk to a whole cup and more veggies, and added some paprika and pepper. There were no leftovers (which is rare) and really easy to make which is also rare. This recipes will be making a apperance in this house again.
We really liked this recipe. I improvised, using frozen mixed veggies and some cut up green bell pepper, a mixture of soy sauce and already-mixed stir-fry sauce, onion powder and pepper instead of the garlic powder, and warmed up leftover couscous instead of rice. It still turned out really good!
Great easy meal! Wasn't sure about the cream of celery but it was wonderful.
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