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My family and I have a point of weakness for solace food sources. Most recipes for solace food call for time that I don’t have. This is where the chicken with sauce makes all the difference. It requires just minutes in the first part of the day to assemble and afterward my brain isn’t stuck the entire day contemplating supper thoughts. That is wonderful!

I generally make rice or egg noodles to present with the chicken. Both are flavorful choices, yet my family demands that pureed potatoes are absolutely amazing. Assuming that I have time (normally just on ends of the week), I make the pureed potatoes! With the sauce, they lift the dish to another degree of solace food!

At the point when I was growing up, my Mother made a dish basically the same as this one and she generally served it over egg noodles. That was my number one in those days and I concede that I actually lean toward it today. It won’t take long to figure out which is the number one – they will tell you! This dish is a victor, and you will be excited with the fact that it is so easy to make!


2 parcels chicken sauce blend
1 (10.5 oz) can cream of chicken soup
2 cups water
1 lb. boneless, skinless chicken bosoms
1 tsp. garlic powder
1/2 tsp. legitimate salt
1/4 tsp. coarse ground dark pepper
1/2 tsp. paprika
1/2 cup sharp cream
Cut green onions or hacked chives – discretionary for embellish

In a little bowl, join the garlic powder, salt, dark pepper, and paprika.

Season the two sides of chicken bosoms with garlic powder, salt, dark pepper, and paprika blend.

In the sluggish cooker, whisk together the sauce parcels, cream of chicken soup, and water until smooth.

Add the carefully prepared chicken bosoms to the sluggish cooker and flip to cover the two sides with the sauce combination.

Cover and cook on low for 6-8 hours.

When done, cautiously eliminate chicken and shred or cut as wanted.

Whisk the harsh cream into the sluggish cooker until smooth and serve over chicken.

Discretionary Thoughts

Rice, pureed potatoes, and egg noodles generally work out positively for the chicken.

Sprinkle cut green onions or slashed chives over the chicken whenever wanted.

* Greek yogurt is an incredible replacement for sharp cream and gives the brilliant richness of the sauce.

* Assuming you are watching your sodium consumption, or stay away from pungent food sources, remember that the sauce parcels and the cream of mushroom soup have salt. You might need to scale back the salt in the flavoring for the chicken.

* Assuming the sauce is runnier than you like, you can thicken it without any problem. While the cooking time is done, whisk 2 Tbsp. of cold water and 2 Tbsp. of cornstarch in a little bowl until it is very much mixed. Add the combination to the sauce and chicken in the sluggish cooker, mix it well, put the top back on, and let it cook for 10 additional minutes or until thickened however you would prefer.


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