Chicken ala King Recipe

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Chicken ala King Recipe

This is one delicious, creamy and smooth Chicken ala King recipe. Serve over biscuits, rice, or eat without a starch – it’s all good!

Prep Time:15 minutes
Cook time:25 minutes


3 TBSP Butter
8 oz Fresh Mushrooms, sliced
2 TBSP Fresh Garlic, minced
3 TBSP Wondra
Pinch of Cayenne Powder
1 cup Water
3 tsp No Sodium Chicken Bouillon
1/2 cup Heavy Whipping cream (do not whip)
2 cups Cooked, Chopped Chicken
1 bag Frozen Peas, microwaved 3 minutes
1/2 cup Parmesan Cheese
1 tsp Black Pepper


• Melt butter in large skillet.
• Add mushrooms to melted butter, cook until mushrooms are tender (5-7 minutes).
• Add garlic to mushrooms, cook 3 more minutes.
• Add Wondra and cayenne powder to mushrooms and garlic, stir for 1-2 minutes.
• Slowly add water and bouillon powder to mixture, cook until thickened stirring constantly.
• Add whipping cream, chicken and microwaved peas, simmer 5-6 minutes stirring occasionally.
• Mix in Parmesan cheese, add black pepper and stir.
• Serve hot over biscuits, rice or just the chicken ala king!

Makes 4 sevings of Chicken ala King

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  1. Stephanie B says:

    I had to Google Wondra LOL This looks so delicious I think I know what I am cooking tomorrow for dinner now 🙂

    • LOL I should link to Wondra in the recipes where we use it, Stephanie. I bet regular white flour would do almost as well – maybe not as smooth, but probably not worth running out and buying a Wondra container.


  2. any other sub for chopped chicken?? Beef??

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