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|Calories440Calories from Fat130|
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|Calories from Fat130|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Jennifer W. 4 days ago
Someone said that they found this recipe flavorless. I don't understand why. I have used the same ingredients in other recipes, such as chicken pot pie and pot roast. Everybody always loves it, including my husband who claims to not like cream of anything soup. Just try this recipe. You will not be disappointed. With one exception: Make concessions if you're on a low salt diet.
Schmidt a year ago
loved it! so easy for a busy week night dinner
Sam 2 years ago
This is the blandest most unseasoned meal I’ve ever had
Tee Trotter 2 years ago
This was an instant hit with my kids! The chicken was so moist & both the chicke and rice were so full of flavor. We add veggies or beans for more flavors & variety. The best part? It's so quick and easy!
amber 2 years ago
I am going to try it with the bacon too. Looks YUMMY!!!
Sandra C. 2 years ago
Turned it into a slow cooker recipe, added bacon to the rice. A-MAZ-ING! High for 4 hours.
Brenda Y. 3 years ago
I grew up on this and I did forget about it. It is always so yummy. I did it a little different to save time. I cooked the rice seperate and only did 1 can of cream of chicken and everything else the same. It took about 35 to 40 minutes with the chicken. I didn't have the time it took to bake it all together. Still tasted good. Thanks for the reminder, it's a keeper.
sharon e. 3 years ago
This recipe is delicious and so easy to make! Great weeknight dinner for my family. Thanks Yummly for posting this recipe. I will definitely make it again.
Samantha S. 4 years ago
I LOVE this recipe! I used to make it in the early 90's when I first lived on my own and started cooking. So for me, "forgotten" has another meaning because I sadly forgot about this lovely recipe til I was browsing tonight! Someone asked what they could use instead of Lipton Onion Soup mix. What I do is omit the soup mix but buy a box of Uncle Ben's Country Inn Wild Rice (the chicken and vegetable one is great!). I add all the contents (consisting of about 1 cup wild rice and season packet) PLUS one additional cup of rice to the soup and water, then place the chicken or pork chops on top of it (sprinkled generously with black pepper). Then proceed to bake as directed. SOOOOO GOOOD!!!! Thanks for sharing!