Posted: 2/3/2009 9:14:50 PM
My family loves this one and it is so EASY to make. It has become on of their favorites.
Cheri Amore said:
Posted: 2/1/2009 11:43:16 AM
Made this the other evening for dinner, but made a few changes (used a pack of frozen mixed veggies) because my other family members do not like peppers mixed in their food... but it turned out delicious! Great recipe. :-)
Posted: 1/29/2009 4:38:46 PM
I made this for dinner tonight and my husband raved about it.
Looked just like the picture and will certainly make it again. Didn't have a red pepper so used green instead.
Easy to make and good for a company dish too.
Pa Pa said:
Posted: 1/19/2009 9:23:42 PM
I tried this recipe and shared with friends and family. They were raving about the taste and satisfaction of the flavor and the satisfaction of the appetite.
Posted: 1/18/2009 2:15:23 PM
Very good and east to make. I replaced the red peppers with diced potatoes. My kids loved it and they are hard to please.
Posted: 1/17/2009 10:35:47 AM
This was a very easy meal to make. I'm always looking for new ways of preparing chicken for my family and this was a keeper. Definitely tasting more like a pot pie!!!! Great with a salad!!Everyone enjoyed it and said they'd like for me to make it again. Good on a cold or rainy day!!
Posted: 1/16/2009 11:17:10 AM
Great recipe; 3 of 4 kids loved it. My husband "the cook" enjoyed it too. The kids had a great time helping. Needs more salt, pepper, and italian seasoning.
Posted: 1/13/2009 11:42:15 AM
We liked it very much and I will make it again. I did add some garlic to this recipe. I also think broccoli would work in place of the green beans.
Posted: 1/13/2009 2:04:50 AM
I am giving this recipe a lower rating than I think it deserves due to the instructions. I was not clear whether or not the mixture of chicken and vegetables were to be removed from the skillet and set aside before the sauce ingredients were to be added to the skillet. Even reading down through the recipe, I still wasn't sure. The chicken was supposed to be rolled half-way inside the crescent rolls and carefully laid in the baking dish without overlapping, the recipe was titled "Parmesan Crescent-TOPPED Chicken A La King, and the picture LOOKED like the crescent rolls were partially rolled and laid on top of the dish. The instructions just were not clear to me and I am a very experienced cook. I am thinking this was the fault of the writers and editors, not the COOK who developed this yummy comfort food recipe. It sure TASTED better than any chicken-ala-king I have ever had!
Posted: 1/12/2009 2:40:03 PM
This was perfect to make and eat with the exception of the recipe instruction to roll the short end of rolls.The picture plainly show the wide end of the rolls are rolled.I did just that and mine was a picture twin of the picture.I added a dash of liquid smoke while cooking the chicken for my liking of chicken.