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In a Hurry Chicken Curry (submitted by Crystal from Utah)

Do you have a borderline obsession with cooking in your crock pot? Me too. We eat literally about five meals a week prepared at 10:00 am when half my monsters (I love them oh so much) are taking a nap. When cranky time (5:00 pm) comes around I can attend to their every need instead of slaving over a hot stove.

While searching for things to make that did not resemble soup or stew in any way, I came up with this dish. My "In a Hurry Chicken Curry" is fast, simple, and it will spice up eating out of the storage pantry... promise.

Ingredients:

6 cups Provident Pantry freeze-dried white chicken
2 cans cream of chicken soup
1 cup Provident Pantry freeze-dried diced pineapple
2 tablespoons- 1/4 cup yellow curry powder
Chopped green onions or bamboo shoots optional

Directions:

Throw all the ingredients in your crock pot, give it a good stir and set it on low for 4-6 hours.

Serve it over white rice while you imagine you are in Ko Samui. Funny enough I actually went to Ko Samui once, and didn't eat curry my entire week stay. What WAS I thinking???? Enjoy!


--Crystal, UTAH

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3 comments

AmyLynn Blake

AmyLynn Blake

Sounds so simple and yummy! Great share Crystal!!

thegirlwiththeplan

thegirlwiththeplan

yes! Thanks for featuring me and my in a hurry chicken curry. You guys are the best!!!

Anonymous

Anonymous

Looks good – I'll have to give it a try. Thanks for sharing.

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