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Thread: Forgotten Chicken

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    1 cut up chicken
    1 env. onion soup mix
    2 cups raw rice (not pre-cooked)
    2 cans cream of chicken soup
    2 c water

    Place raw chicken pieces in the bottom of your roaster or casserole. Sprinkle with dry onion soup mix. Over this pour2 c. rice, set aside. Mix 2 cans cream of chicken soup with 2 cups water. Pour this over the chicken-rice in roaster. Cover tightly and place in 375 degree oven for one hour. DO not lift lid!!!
    Whenr eady if it seems a pinch dry add some boiling water over it and let set, covered, for ten minutes. This doesn't happen often though, comes out really moist.

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    yummy, thanks, I will make it

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    Quote Originally Posted by debbieumphress
    1 cut up chicken
    1 env. onion soup mix
    2 cups raw rice (not pre-cooked)
    2 cans cream of chicken soup
    2 c water

    Place raw chicken pieces in the bottom of your roaster or casserole. Sprinkle with dry onion soup mix. Over this pour2 c. rice, set aside. Mix 2 cans cream of chicken soup with 2 cups water. Pour this over the chicken-rice in roaster. Cover tightly and place in 375 degree oven for one hour. DO not lift lid!!!
    Whenr eady if it seems a pinch dry add some boiling water over it and let set, covered, for ten minutes. This doesn't happen often though, comes out really moist.
    THIS is such a great recipe.. we always called it " Chicken don't peep"... LOL....

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    Sounds yummy, I bet you could add veggies to it too to make it a complete meal

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    Looks like a good crock pot recipe so you don't heat up the kitchen too! Thanks! I love a good casserole!

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    Sounds yummy. I love fast and easy food to make. Thanks.

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    This is yummy. We always called it "No Peek Chicken".

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    No Peek Chicken, Thank You. I had this recipe several years ago and lost it. It is so good. Glad I finally found it.

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    Sounds good. I'm going to try it. Thanks for sending it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zennia
    No Peek Chicken, Thank You. I had this recipe several years ago and lost it. It is so good. Glad I finally found it.
    You're welcome!

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