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Chicken Supreme

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Serves 4

Chicken in a creamy sauce with bacon.

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Ingredients

  • 2 small onions, sliced
  • 4 garlic cloves, chopped
  • 6 rashers of bacon,chopped
  • 3 boneless, skinless chicken breasts, chopped
  • 1chicken stock cube in 100 ml boiling water
  • 400ml double cream

Method

    1. Fry the onion and garlic together in olive oil until soft and golden. Remove from pan.
    2. In same pan fry bacon until golden.Remove from pan.
    3. Fry chicken until cooked. Add the onion garlic and bacon to the chicken. Mix together.
    4. Add the stock liquid. Add the cream. Stir until coated. Heat until fully warmed through
    5. Serve with white rice.

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kladoink's picture

Unfortunately I found this recipe quite bland and dropped in a big lump of boursin to help it along which made a big difference.

howlingbell's picture
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This recipie also works EXTREMELY well if you mix the sauce in with pasta........absolute heaven!!

howlingbell's picture
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This also works EXTREMELY well used as a sauce mixed in with pasta!! Absolute heaven!! x

phil_the_food's picture

Just made this and it's a very tasty dish. I used creme fraiche rather than double cream.
A quick and easy dish and will certainly make it again as I eat a lot of chicken and wanted to try something new.

johnnygas's picture
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Hmmmmm a really good, nice and easy midweeker, cooked it for the wife and myself we both loved it. (By the way, I'm only 43) :)

daisyjolliffe-baker's picture

Amazing but felt plain, so i added mushrooms, sweetcorn and 2 tablespoons of soy sauce! I also tried it with Quark, also nice or natural plain yogurt! Good for diets, but i think it is more suited to double cream! Got to make sure you season the dish! :D

(By the way, I'm only 15) :)

janegowrie's picture

I often make this recipe, It's a firm favourite in our house. I vary it each time depending on what veg I've got, I often throw in some frozen sweetcorn, mushrooms, peppers and leeks (although not all at once)

mitch17's picture
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I love chicken supreme but have always used the packet mix which you add milk too, it always tastes like somethings missing so I searched the net for a recipie and came up with this one. Cooked it for myself and my family and have to say it was really nice! I added mushrooms as I do think it tastes nicer with them. I shall definately be using this recipie again and I think I shall add some red pepper to it which will also give it some colour. It's a big thumbs up from me!

mandyjrigby's picture
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Having never made Chicken supreme before I really wasn't sure how it would work out. I needn't have worried because it was such a simple recipe and tasted absolutely gorgeous. I added sliced button mushrooms, petis pois and paprika, as per suggestions by other cooks! We're having it for tea tonight.

bodinator's picture
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We really loved this recipe. I added a bit too much onion the first time, but it was still good. The second time I added paprika, used mushrooms, and I substituted the cream for some homemade bechamel sauce which seems to work just as well.

littlenanairl's picture
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I changed the cream to chicken soup and it was lovely and lower in fat!!

kharmen's picture

I add a sliced red chilli and a table spoon on wholegran mustard to this recipe - it makes it a lot less rich, gives it a bit of a kick and tastes absolutely delicious!

manda72's picture
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Cooked this for friends on Saturday added mushrooms, peas, sweetcorn and paprika. Everyone cleared their plates. I will certainly be cooking this again.

manda72's picture
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Cooked this for friends on Saturday added mushrooms, peas, sweetcorn and paprika. Everyone cleared their plates. I will certainly be cooking this againm

binkies's picture
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This is a wonderful comfort food/winter warmer dish, i made this and both me and my boyfriend fell in love with it, I never changed any of the ingredients or added mushrooms the first time but did reduce the number of garlic cloves and onions but certainly didn't add a can of condensed chicken soup!? (Doesn't adding a can full of preservatives and god knows what else to an already beautiful and very rich sauce take away the whole point of home cooking!?)
The second time I made this I added mushrooms but have to say I preferred it without! I also added a pinch of nutmeg as i didnt feel paprika was appropriate. If you find double cream too rich, try using half milk half cream :)

honeyb060674's picture
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This has got to be onoe of my all time favorite recipes! Added chestnut mushrooms & frozens peas, with a heaped teaspoon of smoked paprika...delicious!! If you don't want to use double cream, sub it for single & thicken with cornflour.

lucydeacon's picture
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Love this recipe and always play around with the ingredients...i finally found that lime juice, a chilli, a bit of ginger, lemongrass and coconut makes it all that bit nicer

adilong1's picture
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I added Chestnut mushrooms and a red onion and it tasted fantastic. Really good!!

fuzzymuff's picture
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I made this last night and it was lovely! I also added mushrooms and paprika and then a handful of peas for good measure!!

scott50_uk's picture

Thank you very much Brown Girls. An old favourite revisited. Delicious.

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