Thursday, October 21, 2010

Easy Chicken Stew

Precooked chicken that you've saved and frozen, plus a few cans of cream of chicken soup with fresh herbs and veggies, make for a tasty, quick and easy shortcut chicken stew loaded with veggies.

Easy Chicken Stew

Next time you prepare a roasted chicken, might as well roast two of them for some planned leftovers. Having those little freezer bags of already cooked chicken, makes for speedy weeknight meals like this speedy chicken stew, that I have enjoyed for years, an adaptation of a long ago recipe from an old Campbell's cookbook. I think you will love it too.

It's a simple stew that requires little more really than dumping a few ingredients in a pot, yet despite the fact that can whip it up in no time, there are a few homemade touches that make it simply delicious.

Between the canned soup and the bacon, you likely won't need any additional salt, unless you are using the lower sodium soups, and even then you'll probably want to add just a bit. As always with seasoning, add, taste, and adjust your seasonings at the end.

For a change of pace, use this stew to make a biscuit topped casserole.

Or, make individual servings in small ramekins! Just make sure they cool off first if serving them to children!

Here's how to make this simple but tasty stew.

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Posted by on October 21, 2010

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