Oklahoma Chicken

November 2nd, 2010 in cooking, recipes

I am not a *huge* fan of crock-pot meals…except for one.

Oklahoma Chicken is actually the first thing I ate when visiting my soon to be in laws for the first time. We came in late and they saved plates of this for us. Oh man.  It was sooo good and I soon learned to make it.  It has become a go-to crock-pot meal for the past eight years.

Super Simple.

Oklahoma Chicken Crock-pot Recipe

Melt 3 Tbs margarine in crock pot.  Add 1/2 c water and 1 pkg “Good Seasons Zesty Italian” dry mix.  (Has to be Zesty).  Mix this around and add 2 to 3 chicken breasts.  Cook about 5 hours on low.  Remove chicken & shred. To the liquid in the pot, add 1 can cream of chicken soup and 1 8oz pkg of cream cheese.  Mix well and return chicken to the pot.  Cook until cheese is melted and smooth.  Serve over rice (it is super good over brown rice).

P.S. Can I also note that this is the only recipe where I use cream of chicken…because I have issues with cream of anything. But in this, it’s ok. I give it a pass!

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