Wednesday, March 11, 2009

What's Cookin' Wednesday

My sister introduced me to a food blog called Kelly's Korner.

I've tried two of her recipes and I loved them both.

Her recipes are definitely not low-fat (my bum is growing almost as fast as my belly)
but certainly delicious. Sometimes we all need a little comfort food. Right now, I need a LOT.

Poppy Seed Chicken

3 chicken breasts, boiled and cut into small pieces

1- 16 oz sour cream (I used reduced fat not that you can tell from looking at my hips)

2 cans cream of chicken soup

2 tablespoons poppy seeds (I only used one)

Ritz crackers - one sleeve

1 stick of butter (I used half a stick . . . being a chunk-a-lunka is no fun)

Mix the first 4 ingredients and put in a baking dish. Cover with crushed up ritz crackers. Melt a stick of butter (shame on you) and pour on top. Bake for 20-30 minutes at 350.

Serve on top of some white rice (double shame) and some veggies.

As always, if you're going to make a "stay-at-home-momma drama recipe", you must shake it while you cook. Not just a little now . . . really put your hips into it. Dance. Just dance.

Dance like you've had a little too much red wine (even if you haven't.)

Even if you're in a bad mood . . . even if you're broke and your husband's still jobless.


It will be ok!


Jillene said...

That sounds really good minus the poppy seeds. I don't like them. I read a food blog with some really yummy reicpes if you want to check it out it is: Gather Round Our Table

sara said...

I've been making this dish for years! I got it at my MOMS club in SC. Sometimes I add sauteed onion or mushroom or even cook diced veggies in with it. My family scarfs it down!