Chicken & Golden Mushroom Crockpot Dinner, Lightened

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Cheap Roche Valium My crockpot got more of a workout in a few days than it has in a while. Mr. J made a cashew chicken that was great, though needs a tweak for next time. Stay tuned. I saw a chicken and golden mushroom recipe and thought I could lighten it the tiniest bit without sacrificing anything. Here it is, I loved it! It was good as leftovers and the babe liked it a lot.

follow Have you used golden mushroom soup? It is more like a thicker broth than a cream of mushroom. It can be hard to find. Find some. Stock up. Freeze some and use it the next time you need veggie broth.


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Ingredients: 1 pound baby portabella mushrooms 2 tablespoons butter 6 chicken tenders follow url 1 cup chicken broth 1 cup water enter site 1 can golden mushroom soup 1/4 cup cream cheese with chives 1 packet Italian Dressing mix fresh cracked pepper see 1/2 pound spaghetti 2 cups baby arugula


follow site In a large skillet over medium heat, add butter and mushrooms to cook for about 5 minutes. Stir well to golden brown and until the liquid all evaporates. The Three Bite Rule - Chicken & Golden Mushroom Lightened Up Cut the chicken into cubes. In a large bowl, mix together the broth, water, golden mushroom soup, cream cheese, Italian Dressing, and cracked pepper. source link Spray a slow cooker with non-stick spray then add in the chicken, the mushrooms, and the sauce. Turn to low for 4-5 hours. The Three Bite Rule - Chicken & Golden Mushroom Lightened Up
To serve, boil salted water for the pasta. Add the arugula into the crockpot and stir over low/warming for about 5 minutes to wilt.
Cook the pasta to al dente.
Serve the chicken, mushrooms, & sauce over the pasta. Enjoy!
The Three Bite Rule - Chicken & Golden Mushroom Lightened Up
The original had 2x as much soup, 4x as much creamed cheese, 3x as much chicken, and no greens. Mine still had plenty of flavor, creaminess, and tender chicken. The arugula is peppery and adds a nicer crunch than parsley would be.