French Cream Chicken – 4 Ingredients!

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February 10, 2017

French Cream Chicken – 4 Ingredients! 5 0 5 5

An ahhhh-mazing tasting creamy chicken dish that's LOW CARB!

  • Prep: 15 mins
  • Cook: 1 hr 20 mins
  • 15 mins

    1 hr 20 mins

    1 hr 35 mins

  • Yields: 2

Ingredients

500g diced chicken thigh

110g block of French Onion Cream Cheese (I used White Valley brand) - see notes below in method

200ml cooking cream

60g baby spinach leaves

Directions

1Brown/sear diced chicken well in searing slow cooker or pan

2Add cream cheese and stir for 2-3mins as it melts to coat chicken with it

3Add cooking cream and stir

4Cover and use The Tea Towel Trick

5Cook on HIGH for a further 1hr 15mins

6Add spinach and stir through until wilted

Notes

1If you cannot source the French Onion flavoured cream cheese you could use regular Philadelphia cream cheese and mix with 20g French Onion soup mix

2The cooking cream is important as it resists splitting like normal cream. I like the Bulla brand myself

3Inspired by the recipe "Chicken with Semi-Dried Tomato & Spinach – LOW CARB"

Submitted by Paulene Christie

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19 Reviews

Sure… I’d guess around 3hrs on low?

aimb4

March 25, 2017

Can this be cooked on low for a longer time?

Chezzab30

March 21, 2017

this was totally amazing so easy toale an so tasty a definite new favourite in my house hubby even had seconds

Lorraine

March 19, 2017

Cooking cream has a green coloured lid in the cream section, it is great to use

Jan Godfrey

March 18, 2017

I made this for guests, was a huge success, they loved it, my family loved it, a regular on our menu now.

Colleen Arnott

March 8, 2017

Delicious and so easy. Also surprisingly quick for a ‘slow cooked’ meal. I couldn’t find any French onion cream cheese so used the alternate method. It was quite rich so with rice and steamed veggies I think it could stretch to 3-4 serves. Will definitely do this one again.

You could add extra cream cheese then if he can eat that? 🙂

Holly

March 7, 2017

What could you use instead of cream, my husband can eat dairy accept for cream

Paulene @ Slow Cooker Central

February 16, 2017

Yes that’s exactly what the above recipe says to do ^
See it in the notes section below the method

Emma

February 15, 2017

Hi we don’t have French onion cream cheese
Can I use normal cream cheese and add French onion soup mix to it instead

Jessica

February 14, 2017

This dish was super easy to make! It was phenomenal! I added pasta to go with it too! Will definitely make again

Paulene @ Slow Cooker Central

February 14, 2017

It’s the consistency of regular pouring cream … it just is made not to split 🙂
I believe Creme Fraiche is similar if you have that?

The Tea Towel Trick explained here

Rosie

February 13, 2017

A yummy recipe… i added shallots, mushrooms, bacon, capsicum & pasta to bulk it up a bit.

Christy

February 13, 2017

What’s the tea towel trick? And I’m in South Africa so we don’t have the Bulla brand. Any other way you can explain this creams consistency etc

Paulene @ Slow Cooker Central

February 13, 2017

I trialed this today with chicken pieces (chicken maryland and chicken thigh fillets)
I cooked them for about 1.5hrs first just by themselves then drained out the cooking liquids that produced, before returning them to the slow cooker and adding in the cream and cream cheese etc 🙂
Cooked with tea towel in place so the water didn’t drip into the creamy sauce.
They were beautiful!

Paulene @ Slow Cooker Central

February 13, 2017

Cooking cream is a type of cream that resists splitting when heated 🙂
I use the Bulla brand myself

Joanne

February 13, 2017

Hi just wondering what cooking cream is?
Is it thickened cream?
Thanks

Paulene @ Slow Cooker Central

February 12, 2017

I’m not sure but if I find out for sure next batch I cook I’ll come back and let you know 🙂

Amy

February 12, 2017

Do you think this would freeze ok?

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