Wednesday, January 27, 2010

You ready for this? Yes, a cooking post... from me!!

I still cant believe I'm enjoying cooking... & I actually had a recipe that required white cooking wine... this was REALLY a first.  I felt so professional - like cameras from Food Network should appear at my home.  (I know - stupid... but this is all still so new to me)   I was excited about it & took pictures of the adventure.  This turned out so well & it was so yummy, I decided to share.  So, who would have ever thought the day would come where it looked like this was a cooking blog... miracles never cease to happen!

These are the ingredients you need...


Chicken breast, Swiss cheese, Cream of Chicken Soup, some herb stuffing & cooking white wine...

You then take some swiss cheese & put it on top of the chicken... I like my stuff CHEESY so I sorta double layered the cheese



Then you mix 1/4 c white cooking wine with the can of cream of chicken soup. Then add 1/4 c water and 1 cup herb stuffing mix.  Mix it all together.  Then you just later it on top of the chicken... spray the top with some butter spray to make it gold & pretty (ahhh, pretty food!)

This is before it goes in the oven


You bake it for 45 minutes for 350 degrees... It calls for being served over steamed rice, but I thought it would be too much with the stuffing already... and I didnt miss the rice... I did add a little extra stuffing though in the mix...

But this is the finished product



I had it with steamed broccoli & hmmmm... it was wonderful..

The true test... RICKY!!!!  He did his normal "What is this?" - "What's in it?" & then sniffed it & eyed it for 5 minutes.  When he heard it had swiss cheese, he was almost out & then he said "Dont be mad if I dont like it"... but he tasted it & then tasted it again & said "Wow, this is really good!"... it officially passes the picky taste test!

So chalk another experiment up to the win column...

25 comments:

  1. that looks so GREAT!!!! :D southern girls cook best ;)

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  2. LOL If I ever cooked anything with real ingredients like wine the heavens would probably fall down from the sky!
    Looks great, looking forward to more cooking posts!

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  3. That does look good!

    I got all misty eyed seeing Kroger products. I love Kroger!

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  4. You go girl! I am impressed...and going to try this recipe out. It sounds great and not too hard.

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  5. I'm going to have it try it!

    Although I don't have any white cooking wine. Looks like a trip to Kroger is in order!

    Good job, Rebecca!

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  6. Looks delicious!!! Glad that Ricky liked it too!

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  7. It's got three of the four basic food groups, Chicken, cheese and stuffing, how could it not be good? LOL. I stinking love broccoli. I think I want some for breakfast now.
    Thanks for stopping by yesterday. I know I'm being all sarcastic and grumbling about my one little ole wisdom tooth, but really, I'm just thankful we have insurance to help pay for it.

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  8. Hey...that sounds so GOOD! If it has the hubby's stamp of approval, it must really be yummy!

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  9. I've had this before! Loved it - ans swore not to fix it very much cause I could get addicted to the creaminess. Good job!

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  10. YAY!!! You go girl. That looks incredibly delicious!!! :)

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  11. You signed in above me today at SITS and I had to laugh...I had the same thought this morning! I want my GLEE back!!!!


    The recipe looks so yummy and super easy.

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  12. Hmm, I have picky eaters...maybe I'll give this a try!

    ...swingin' by from SITS!

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  13. oh my goodness that looks delicious

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  14. if Ricky likes it - it's gotta be good!!

    Sorry I've been a bit absent as of late. Lack of computer access at work is putting a damper on my blogging during slow times :-(

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  15. This looks so good - I can't wait to try it!!! Thanks for sharing!

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  16. that does look yummy. I do love cheese too.

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  17. Wait! No, I'm not ready!










    Ok, I'm ready now.
    That looks so yummy!!!! I didn't know you were a betty crocker!

    (I left you a surprise on my blog)

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  18. LOL sounds like my Rick and the boys, every day Rick walks in and says what are you going to make me try tonight ... :)

    I think I've only come across a few that he absolutely hated.

    Looks amazing my dear :)

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  19. I'm going to have to try that!! It looks yummy!!! Can't wait to see what's next!

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  20. RJ,
    That sounds REALLY good!! I'd probably have to swap out the Swiss for Provolone.

    I just saw "The Traveler's Gift" on your read list. How are you liking it? I think it will be my next audio book buy. I'm really enjoying "The Noticer" what a wonderful book.

    Love you friend,
    Dawn

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  21. mmmm i am def going to be trying this!! thanks for the tip.

    hope you are doing well lady!

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  22. How r u??? I have missed you..

    I have to try this.. YUMMMY!

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