Friday, March 11, 2011

Slow Cooker Chicken Stroganoff

Chicken Stroganoff

4 skinless, boneless, chicken breasts, cut into bite size pieces
1 (6 ounce) jar mushrooms, undrained
2 (10 3/4 ounce) cans cream of mushrooms
1 (8 ounce) container sour cream

Spray inside of slow cooker with non-stick cooking spray.  In slow cooker, place chicken.  Pour mushrooms over chicken.  Spoon soup on top.  Cover. Cook on low 6 to 8 hours.  Add sour cream.  Salt and pepper to taste.  Mix well before serving.  Serve over noodles.  Makes 6 servings.
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This is the busiest time of the year for us, and the slow cooker is a lifesaver for me!  I can put everything in the slow cooker, go about my day, then come home to a delicious meal.  

We love this recipe.  It is comfort food make easy.  I cut up the chicken the night before, so in the morning it only takes a couple of minutes to put all of the ingredients in the slow cooker. The result is tender chicken in a creamy sauce with mushrooms through out.

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25 comments:

  1. This looks so comforting! I would love a big bowl of this on a cold night!!! Have a great weekend....

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  2. I threw away my ugly 33 year old crockpot when I moved from Seattle 4 months ago. I bought a bright shiny new red one when we arrived in Chicago. (yeah, Target) Now I am really into slow cooked meals again.

    My favorite things so far has been a small roast, smothered in sliced sweet onions and a can of Vernors gingerale. I did it with a pork roast and later a beef roast. Delicious.(served on chunky bread)

    This recipe looks great. I might add some frozen peas.

    Fondly,
    Glenda

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  3. This sounds wonderful, and so simple. I have the ingredients on hand, and will be making it. Thanks! PS-love anything with sour cream.

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  4. This recipe looks so good. Love the idea of only 4 ingredients. One of my favs for the crockpot is stuffing.. or onion soup or stew .. heck almost anything ....

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  5. Chicken and mushrooms is such an unbeatable combination, isn't it!

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  6. It looks and sounds delicious! It's perfect just the way it is or maybe I'd add garlic and pimentos to it. Love your slow cooker dishes!!!

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  7. This sounds so good! I am definitely going to try this.
    Also, where did you get your slow cooker? I am so jealous that you have a cute one, and mine really need to be replaced.

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  8. Just thought I would stop back by and say I put this on earlier, and it is smelling divine!

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  9. What a nice recipe for a cold evening! Thanks for a great idea!

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  10. Thanks Kim@QuitEatingOut!

    Glenda, your roast with onions and ginger ale sounds delicious!

    Teresa@oursoutherencountryhomeandfarm, thanks for both of your comments! I hope you like the recipe as much as we do.

    Rosemary, I like stuffing in the slow cooker too!

    Jean / Delightful Repast, I agree, it is a great combination!

    Madura Manoj, life is so busy I need simple!

    Pam, garlic and pimentos would be a great addition to this recipe!

    Michele, my son gave me the slow cooker for Christmas several years ago. I love it because it is from him, but also because it has 3 different kinds of crocks that go into it.

    Ocean Breezes and Country Sneezes, thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment!

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  11. Wow, that's really simple! I'm a vegetarian, but entertain people who eat meat a lot. This would be a perfect dish to make in those situations.

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  12. Thanks Michelle, for stopping by and leaving a comment!

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  13. This one sounds VERY tasty! AND EASY!
    Thanks!

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  14. What a delicious looking recipe! I love stroganoff but I've only ever had a beef version. Chicken, I imagine, would be great too!

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  15. I tried your chicken stroganoff on Sunday in the crock pot, awesome! We all loved it and if we could of fit into the crock to lick clean we would of. Next time the only thing I would change would be to do a double batch. The entire family loved it. Thanks so much. Oh and it was nice to get it all going in the morning and had my Sunday to enjoy hanging out.

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  16. Iowa Gardening Woman,you should give it a try; I think you would like it!

    Jill from Killeny Glen,I love easy recipes!

    Brittany, my family love Beef Stroganoff too, but Chicken Stroganoff is a nice change.

    Medifast Coupon, I am so glad you tried it! Thanks for letting me know!

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  17. Instead of all-purpose flour, use whole grain products in adding more nutrition in your meal. Using whole-wheat flour, bread and soy flour in biscuits, oatmeal in your baked muffins are a lot healthier than doing it otherwise. Look and prepare low fat recipe when baking biscuits and all-time favorite cakes, choosing applesauce will also give the much-loved taste but with less the fats.

    Healthy cooking tips

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  18. Great way to use a slow cooker! Thanks for sharing with Presto Pasta Nights.

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  19. I was out of sour cream - and being on a kick of cooking out of my pantry and not running to the store every day - I improvised. I had a carton of green chili dip (green chilis in sour cream, basically) so I added that.

    It was yummmm! Family ate it up - every last drop!

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  20. I love the pictures, they really give you a sense of how light this dish is.


    Commercial Pasta Cookers

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  21. Thanks for this post. It Very nice article. It was a very good article. I like it. Thanks for sharing knowledge. Ask you to share good article again.

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  22. you made the recipe disgusting when you added shrooms! gonna try w/cream chicken soup, but thanks for the idea?

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