FANNIE,S SMOTHERED CHICKEN
whole fryers,cut up
cans, golden mushroom soup or cream of chicken soup
med bell pepper,diced
salt &pepper to taste
crushed garlic, can be bought in a jar
rice, cooked and hot
flour ,for browning
note: do not add water to soup
1WASH CHICKEN ,SEASON WELL WITH COMPLETE SEASONING,SALT AND PEPPER,DREDGE CHICKEN IN FLOUR AND DUST OFF,IT NEEDS TO BE LIGHTLY COATED WITH FLOUR
2IN A LARGE SKILLET ,BROWN CHICKEN PARTS,AND DRAIN OFF EXCESS OIL ON PAPER TOWEL
3PLACE BROWNED CHICKEN IN A ROASTING PAN ,NOW COVER WITH,BELL PEPPER ,ONION & GARLIC ADD 3CUPS WATER AND BAKE AT 350* FOR 1 HR, NOW ADD MUSHROOM SOUP AND COOK 20 MIN, LONGER SERVE OVER RICE
Robin DuPree robdupree - Jun 15, 2010
I am going to try this recipe soon...I hope this is the one that I am looking for....Thanks!
Melissa Cohn yumalious - Jul 2, 2010
This to was DELICIOUS!!! My family loved it...I served this with a side of stuffing, green beans and sliced tomatoes!!! It was really easy and so good!!! Thanks for sharing!
ginger nix gingermcclendonnix - Sep 4, 2010
Fannie, what is the "complete seasoning" in your recipes. What brand, is it like a seasoned salt?
Robin DuPree robdupree - Sep 4, 2010
Fannie, I meant to tell you, but I failed to post you a message. Believe it or not, I have tried several of your recipes, and i am sure that this is the chicken dish that I remember eating years ago. I had to cook this recipe from memory since my internet was down for several weeks when I decided to prepare it. However, I discovered afterwards that I used to much soup on that particular day, but it was still tasty, and it what I was looking for...THANKS SO MUCH!
JANIE WELLS LUVTOHELP - Dec 23, 2010
Fannie this is awesome and easy. I didn't have any season-all so I used Goya seasoning and season salt. There weren't too many left overs.