The tomatoes and onions and everything had to simmer for 15 minutes, then added chicken back and simmer for another 15 minutes, then add mushrooms and simmer for another 15 minutes. It felt like it was never going to be done, but by the time it was, the chicken was perfectly cooked and everything tasted so amazing. The only thing we didn’t half were the mushrooms because I didn’t want to waste the rest of the package.
I thoroughly enjoyed this chicken and will make it again in the future as well as recommend it to you readers to make for dinner as well. Loved it for sure.
Since we had to purchase a large package of chicken at the store for the Arizona chicken, we had some chicken leftover and I decided to just make another recipe with it! Artichoke chicken was next on my list so that’s what I planned for. The entire time I was reading the recipe online and making my grocery list, apparently it was the wrong recipe. Once I went shopping and got back to my house to read the actual cookbook, I realized that this was a casserole recipe rather than a chicken and artichoke recipe like the one I was looking at online.
Ya know what? It worked out, because I had all the ingredients already at my house. I’m not sure how I got this lucky, but it was fabulous. I even had the cream of chicken condensed soup that I never ate when I got my wisdom teeth out. I like this recipe better than the one I had planned on making because it only had to bake for like 35 minutes (20 since I halved the recipe). So dinner was ready very quickly.
There isn’t much taste to this recipe though, it pretty much just taste like chicken (surprising huh?). I had to use mozzarella instead of cheddar because that’s what I already had, but the cheese shouldn’t matter right? I still liked this recipe and thought it tasted good. I probably wouldn’t make it again, but I’ll be eating the leftovers this week for lunch. Thumbs to the side.
Sorry... forgot to get a picture of this one.
It’s basically like a southwest/mexican lasagna. I used flour tortillas instead of corn because I hate corn tortillas. But everything else was perfect. Unfortunately the store didn’t have already chopped onions… so that wasn’t a pleasant experience, both me and my fiance were crying. Why do onions have to taste so wonderful? This is why I always opt for the more expensive, already chopped onions.
The overall recipe was extremely easy to make and the outcome was delicious. I was a little worried with the condensed soups, but the mixture smelled so fragrant on the stove and tasted great when I took it out of the oven. Thumbs up on this recipe. I’d make it again and you should make it and tell me what you think!
I also the recipe online has a different name than in my book, but I promise it's the same one!
P.S. I’m trying to go in “alphabetical order” now for what I choose to make… because if I don’t think I’ll have to endure all the “bad” recipes in the end. King Ranch Casserole is an exception because it was a spur of the moment decision on what to make for dinner. We will see how good I am at going “in order.”
Dinner & a Movie
Bringing you food and drinks so that you can make movie night that much more delicious.
"Food is essential for life; therefore make it good"
Shannon does it Julie & Julia style as she cooks through a cookbook and shares thoughts and recipes along the way.