So for dinner last night I made what I am officially calling 'chicken mush'. It's really probably more like a chicken pot pie without the pie part, but I like to be different so 'chicken mush' it is!
It. Was. Delicious.
It looked something like this:
I know it doesn't really look appetizing, but I swear it is. Because I just threw everything into a pan and called it mush, I don't really have an exact recipe, but I thought I'd share what I do know in case you want to venture down the road of chicken mush yourself.
(It's be worth it. Promise.)
I made mine in the crock-pot because I love crock-pot meals. They are so simple, they take less time, and they're usually super yummy in my tummy. Plus you usually only have one pan left to clean when you're done. Winning!
What you need:
2 boneless chicken breasts
1 bag of frozen veggies
1 can of cream of mushroom soup
1 small bag of shredded cheese
How to make this lovely mush:
Throw it all in the crock-pot + add a can of water with your mushroom soup. Stir occasionally. Season to taste with salt, pepper and garlic.
Ta-da! Chicken mush! Doesn't it smell delish!
I served mine on top of rice, but you could eat it straight up, serve it with biscuits or even some sort of pasta noodles. My husband was pleasantly surprised with this meal. He always looks at me a little funny when I tell him that I just 'threw' dinner into the crock-pot. (I don't know why, it's never been bad. Except for that one time, dang it.) I actually cooked the rice in the crock-pot with the rest, but I wouldn't recommend doing it this way if you're just going to throw it in and leave it for a long period of time. I had to add more water and stir it quite often to keep the rice from sticking.
Anywho. If you decide to try out my mush, come back here and let me know what you think. I like to
rub it in tell my husband when other people think my haphazard food is actually delicious too.
Happy Saturday peeps!