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Crockpot Italian Chicken Recipe
This Crockpot Italian Chicken Recipe is very easy and so delicious! I bet this recipe will be one of your top favorite pasta dishes ever!
I've messed around with this recipe quite a bit and no matter what, it turns out fantastic! I have not had one complaint whatsoever! This Crockpot Italian Chicken recipe is fairly easy to make and won't take up too much time considering you just throw it all in a crockpot and go! I hope you enjoy it as much as my family and I do!
You will need:
4 thawed chicken breasts or a large bag of pre-cooked diced chicken
(I use two smaller bags of Tyson Grilled amp; Ready diced chicken breast)
1 Packet of Zesty Italian Dressing Seasoning
1 eight oz. package of cream cheese, softened
2 cans of cream of chicken soup
(I use penne pasta)
If you are using 4 chicken breasts; I cook mine a little bit with some salt, pepper, and whatever I decide to try like basil, oregano, and Italian seasoning. After I cook the chicken until it's not completely raw, I cut it up into cubes or chunks. You can pretty much use any skinless, boneless chicken that you want as long as it's cut up into bite-size pieces and you do not have to put any seasoning on it at all. I do just because I like to experiment.
Put the cans of cream of chicken soup, softened cream cheese, and zesty Italian dressing seasoning into your crockpot. I start my crockpot out on high or medium while blending everything together. Stir everything together. Add a little bit of milk while you're stirring. I would say 3/4 of a cup. Add the chicken once it's all mixed and turn your crockpot on low. Keep adding milk until you get the texture you want. Make sure you don't make it too thin. If you do, add some flour to thicken it back up. STIR REGULARLY. The first time I made this, I didn't stir it enough and it stuck to the sides, causing it to get flaky and it had a weird texture.
Cook on low for about 3-4 hours. After it's finished, serve over any type of pasta. I use penne, but a lot of people prefer the Italian pasta. I serve the pasta with grated parmesan. This recipe makes quite a bit. I usually cook for four and we always have lots of leftovers.