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Quick & Creamy Chicken Stew

Quick & Creamy Chicken Stew recipe
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Here you go, proving how smart you are all over again, with a heartwarming dish that your family will savor, without ever knowing it's better for them.
25 min
25 min
4 servings, 1-1/2 cups each
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I have made this several times and have used different potatoes, i.e. red, yellow or Idaho and the recipe comes out great. I keep this one in my special drawer in the kitchen for quick meals.
this recipe surprised me with how good and easy it was...very creamy :)
This is soo good! If you like chicken pot pie that is exactly what this tastes like it just doesn't have the pie crust, but you could crumble some ritz crackers ontop or chips or something. I did keep checking the potatoes to make sure they were soft and tender and I decided to heat up the frozen peas and carrots and drained them to finish quicker.
Switched around a few of the ingredients, particularly adding cream style corn instead of the veggies, but the concept behind it was excellent.
The first time I made it, the 7 minutes were not nearly long enough in my microwave (for the potatoes). Not knowing any better, I didn't cook them longer =) If I had, it would have been better, but my husband still loved it and said he would eat it very week. He just mircrowaved it till the potatoes were softer. I have learned my lesson though!
We put it over rice and loved it!
I have been trying to find easy recipes that will meet my kids' approval and this was definately a winner. Even my very picky son liked it.
My family thought this was very good. I served it over biscuits, so used 2 cans of soup, and increased salad dressing to 1/2 cup, to make it moister.
I did not use peas or potatoes but white rice instead. This was very very tasty. I advise you to let it simmer for a while first before tasting it. The dressing tastes sharp initially but it all blends well. I also used chicken wind sections with bones in them as I didnt have breasts. I will be making this again for sure!
I liked the recipe, I would like to make it again since my husband loved it. I used milk instead of the sour cream and I used only potatoes and green peas. I marinated the chicken with Fat free Italian dressing which gives the chicken a much better taste!
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