Slow-Cooked Chicken a la King
Total TimePrep: 10 min. Cook: 7-1/2 hours
I made this today, followed the recipe but accidently added about 1/2 teaspoon of cayenne pepper instead of a dash. Despite that, it is bland with no taste. We added salt at the table but it was still flat. I won't make it again.
I don't like pimentos and prefer biscuits over rice. Otherwise this turned out very well, very easy to prepare. It will be added to the rotation.
I made this recipe today. I had all the ingredients and made it exactly as directed-except that I used toast instead of rice-like the way my grandmother made it for us when we were kids.. I felt that it was lacking taste. I will add more spices next time. I like crock pot recipes and I will make this again.
joaniek53, the recipe says, “1 pound boneless skinless chicken breasts, cubed.” It’s odd, but on my iOS cell the chicken entry is not visible at different times.
This was really good! The family loved it! So easy and great for a weeknight meal. I did not add green pepper or the pimentos as my family does not like them. I will definitely make again! Thanks for sharing!
How much chicken? Recipe doesn't have it in the ingredient list.
Very good; will definitely make again.
TO oreo95 Jun 7, 2019 Liked the ease of the recipe, but definitely lacking in spices. I will stick to my old standby by recipe. In the early 1950's, my mom took my sister and me to the Arcade in downtown Dayton for this dish. It was served over homemade biscuits. oreo95, Would you please share your old stand by receipe/ Thank you, JudyK. '
We've always served Chicken ala King over toast. I use a muffin tin. Place bread over cups placing fingers in between corners and push down into cups. Bake at 350° for about 10 minutes till golden brown.. They come out looking like small crowns. Serve 2 crowns on plate spooning filling to top. It will spill onto plate. Always use pimentos. They add so much flavor. Yum!
This is a quick go-to recipe which I have been making for years. I have never cooked it in a slow cooker, always in a pot on the stove since it is so quick.