Cooking Time:6-7 hours
Ingredients4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
10 oz. Pacific Brand Cream of Mushroom soup, Organic
16 oz. plain yogurt
2 tsp. onion powder
2 chicken bouillon cubes
1 large clove minced garlic
16 oz. chopped, fresh mushrooms
1/3 cup dry white wine
Salt and pepper to taste
chopped fresh or dry parsley for garnish
Noodles of your choice
Slow Cooker Chicken Stroganoff is one of those meals that appeal to so many, so at your next dinner party this one would be a great dish to make.
- Put fresh or frozen chicken breasts in the bottom of large crock.
- Mix remaining ingredients, EXCEPT for the parsley, and pour over chicken.
- Cover and crock on LOW 6 -7 hours. Add salt and black pepper to taste.
Serve over noodles or rice of your choice, if desired.
Garnish with parsley, if desired.
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do the noodles get put in the crockpot as well? thanks!
This sounds yummy! Do you shred the chicken once it is cooked before serving over noodles?
Karen some like it shredded, and some like it in chunks, so you can make it the way you would like it. Enjoy and Happy Crocking!
I follow the recipe,,,,DO NOT PUT 16 oz. plain yogurt, it changes the taste, use sour cream or cream cheese. I threw mine out. I did not like the taste, it was awful.
Thanks Matthew for the feedback!
You shouldn’t put frozen chicken in a slow cooker. Some slow cookers don’t cook as even as we would like them too and you don’t know it. This means some meat gets cooked at different temperatures. Manufacturers of slow cookers normally do not recommend it either since this is a huge food safety issue if part of it isn’t at the proper safe temperature level. University of Min. says: ◾Always thaw meat or poultry before putting it into a slow cooker. If frozen pieces are used, they will not reach 140° quick enough and could possibly result in a foodborne… Read more »
I don’t think dairy is supposed to be added to a crock pot until like the last half hour, otherwise the dairy will curdle. Am I wrong on this?