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Campbell's Kitchen Easy Chicken Paprikash

Campbell's Kitchen Easy Chicken Paprikash

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    25 m
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    25 m
Campbell's Kitchen

Campbell's Kitchen

Delicious Swanson® Broth adds a delicate balance to the flavor of the paprika-seasoned sauce in this sauteed chicken entree.

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Directions

  1. Mix broth, flour, paprika and pepper.
  2. Cook chicken in nonstick skillet until browned. Add onion. Cover and cook until onion is tender-crisp.
  3. Add flour mixture. Cook and stir until mixture boils and thickens. Remove from heat.
  4. Stir in yogurt. Serve with noodles.
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pomplemousse
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pomplemousse

11/6/2009

Not sure exactly what people aren't liking here. It's a relatively simple recipe and the yogurt made the texture of the "gravy" thicker but that's all. It isn't a weird texture. It wasn't too spicy for me and it tastes like chicken with gravy and a hint of paprika. If you don't have plain yogurt and don't want to get any, you could probably use milk mixed in with the broth to get the same idea. Essentially, you could just make a roux instead of a gravy. It's relatively quick and easy, but nothing special. I'd probably like it more if there were some veggies or something else to spice it up a bit more. It made a bit too much gravy for me--we have half left over after serving all the chicken. I didn't serve with noodles but served with carrot rice on here and it worked well. Thanks for the recipe!

Elphaba
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Elphaba

2/19/2008

I did not like this recipe. No ideas about changing it that would make it better. Just use another recipe altogether. If I could give this no stars...I would.

xxDXxx
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xxDXxx

1/21/2008

It was ok. It was to spicy for me and the yogurt made it a weird texture. Maybe if i made a few changes i might make it again.

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