Swanson’s ready-to eat products may not be available anymore these days, but Swanson frozen dinners recipe can be your option when it comes to preparing dinner. This brand of TV dinners, canned poultry, and broths were so famous in the North American that many people got addicted with their tastebud-satiating product.
Guess what, you can always do a remake for its recipes. In this Swanson frozen dinners recipe, you can learn about making Swanson chicken broccoli Dijon—which is great as a quick meal for dinner.
Swanson Frozen Dinners Copycat
- 4 halves chicken breasts
- 2 cups Swanson chicken stock
- 2 cloves garlic alternately you can as well use 2 tsp of garlic powder
- ¼ cup AP flour
- 4 cup hot egg noodles medium-cooked
- ¼ tsp ground black pepper (or more, adjust it as per your preference).
- 3 tbsp Dijon mustard
- 2 cup fresh or frozen broccoli (thawed, if frozen)
First, make sure to thaw chicken breasts if you buy the frozen one and cut the breasts into halves.
Also, make sure to clean the broccoli and garlic. Ensure that the broccoli, if frozen, has been thawed nicely. Frozen broccoli takes longer to cook and it can be difficult to absorb the seasonings as well.
Now that all ingredients are ready to cook, prepare a skillet. Then, spray your skillet with cooking spray and heat it up with a medium high heat. Do the preheating for around 1 minute.
Put the chicken onto the skillet and cook until it gets browned on all sides.
Proceed by putting on the Swanson stock, garlic, as well as the broccoli onto the skillet. Reduce the heat into low. Put the lid/cover and let the ingredients being cooked well.
Then, take the chicken out from the skillet. Place it on a plate.
On a small bowl, mix flour, milk, black pepper, and the Dijon mustard well.
Then, slowly pour the mixture to the skillet and raise the heat to medium-high. Let cook and stir occasionally until the mixture thickens and boils well.
Turn off the heat as you finished cooking.
On a plate, serve the chicken, cooked egg noodles, and the mixture you have just cooked.
So, that’s another copycat of Swanson chicken broccoli Dijon. Are you ready to make your own Swanson frozen dinners using this recipe?