Comforting Chicken A La King
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 25 min.
Finally! A good recipe for chicken à la King! I grew up eating this with peas and carrots instead of celery, but that's an easy switch to make. Someone else suggested a splash of sherry. I like that idea. I am perfectly happy eating this on toast points. Puff pastry shells are a nice idea if you're serving this to company. Just a suggestion: this recipe will suffer significantly if you don't use homemade chicken stock. I always make a point of having some on hand. I make large quantities of it and freeze it.
This was quick, easy and flavorful! Love reading other reviews to get extra ideas. I feel that recipes aren't carved in stone and there's always room for variations. Added some garlic powder and left out the celery and pimentos since we arrn't fond of those. yt gm
I thought this recipe was very tasteful. Very quick and easy to make. I would make this again
Ok. A lot of us cook because we love it. So for those of you who constantly change the published recipe stop. This one Is healthy and wonderful as is.
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Good start but modified to 2/3 broth and 1/3 heavy cream and substituted chopped fresh red pepper for the pimento. Also added white wine and result was 5 stars.
This is quick and easy and tastes like the dish you used to get at the fancy department store restaurant with Grandma. Love it!
Yummie! I will be making this one often! I used a rotisserie chicken to save time. Really easy and quick to put together, too. Grandkids even liked it!
Great basic recipe. I added peas instead of green pepper, garlic, a splash of sherry and a dollop of sour cream.
Great basic recipe. I used peas instead of green peppers. Also added garlic, a splash of sherry and a dollop of sour cream.