• 200 g skinless chicken breast meat, cut into 1cm pieces
  • 1 leek, cleaned and finely sliced
  • 100 g mushrooms, cleaned and sliced
  • 1 clove garlic, crushed
  • 2 x 420 g can Wattie’s Condensed Creamy Mushroom Soup
  • ½ cup long grain and wild rice mix
  • ½ x 350 g bag Wattie’s frozen Free-Flow Spinach
  • ½ cup milk or cream

1. Heat a dash of oil in a large saucepan and brown the chicken over medium heat. Remove from the pan. Add the sliced leek, mushrooms and garlic and cook until they begin to soften. Pour in 2 cans Wattie’s Condensed Creamy Mushroom Soup and 2 cans of water. Add long grain and wild rice mix and stir while bringing to the boil. Reduce heat and simmer for 15 minutes with the lid on.

2. Return the chicken to the pan with Wattie’s frozen Free-Flow Spinach and continue cooking for a further 5 minutes until the rice and chicken are cooked. Stir through milk or cream and season to taste. Serve with crusty bread.

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Free-flow Spinach

Premium quality spinach leaves, cut, then free-flow frozen so they're easy to use in many meals.

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Reviews (7)

Pamela Bates's Rating
Larreny Parker's Review | Rating

I just cooked this soup for my family and it is delicous. We all went back for seconds..well the rugby's on so I had to dish up for the blokes so they didn't have to leave the game. The men did comment that maybe a little bacon added would add another taste. I will try maybe some crispy bacon sprinkled on top next time.

Annette Benge's Review | Rating

a very healthy & nutricious soup. Had it as a main meal by serving up in deep dishes. Will make it again. Even husband gave it a thumbs up! and from me a big tick!

SHAREN MANSELL's Rating
Cat West's Review | Rating

I used Chicken thighs as they cook up much better but its an absolutely devine soup and very easy to put together. Great with ciabatta

ceara-leonnie cranston's Review | Rating

amazing! although in stead of rice i used fresh pasta strips. Rice was nice too but always good to try something new. and add bacon yum! sure is a family fav. also a good way to use older veges in the house :)

Jessica Williams's Rating