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Friday, September 22

Five Ingredient Friday (Deluxe Sour Cream Chicken)

I hope you enjoy the recipe - I made it for the first time last night and it received rave reviews - Enjoy!!
Deluxe Sour Cream Chicken
3/4 - 1 lb. bacon - chopped
1/2 cup onion - chopped
1 can cream of chicken soup
1 carton (16 oz.) sour cream
6 skinless, boneless chicken breast halves

Cook bacon and onion over medium-high heat until evenly browned. Drain and set aside. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Place chicken in a 9x13" baking dish and cover each breast with a little of the bacon/onion mixture. In a large bowl combine the cream of chicken soup and sour cream. Pour over chicken and spread evenly. Cover baking dish with aluminum foil and bake in preheated oven for 60 minutes.
This dish goes great with rice, mashed potatoes, or egg noodles.



Blogger Larae said...

I've never had sour cream with chicken yet, sounds interesting. I'll have to give it a try! Thanks for sharing =)

9/22/2006 12:42 AM  
Blogger Trisha said...

Sounds like a great dish. I can see why it got rave reviews. Thanks for sharing!!

9/22/2006 1:36 AM  
Blogger Magi said...

Looks very tasty. Thanks!

9/22/2006 7:45 AM  
Blogger Pamela said...

Perfect recipe, now that we can turn on the oven with cooler Autumn weather. Thanks!

9/22/2006 9:06 AM  
Anonymous Stephanie said...

Sounds really good.

9/22/2006 9:07 AM  
Blogger mamachik said...

Mmmmmmm, sounds tasty!!!

9/22/2006 10:21 AM  
Blogger Kathleen Marie said...

This sounds wonderful! Thanks!

9/22/2006 10:46 AM  
Blogger Brony said...

That sounds really good. Perfect for a cool day.

9/22/2006 11:47 AM  
Blogger Jessica said...

This sounds great! I can't wait to try it!

9/22/2006 12:02 PM  
Blogger Overwhelmed! said...

Sounds delicious! I'll be adding this to my menu planner. :)

Thanks for participating in my Five Ingredient Friday recipe exchange. I do appreciate it!

9/22/2006 1:43 PM  
Blogger Michelle said...

This sounds yummy!

9/22/2006 4:10 PM  
Blogger Sandra said...

This sounds really good, adding it to my list :)

9/22/2006 4:43 PM  
Blogger Super Baby said...

Hellllloooo! Tricks to help Logan sleep? It's all about hardened training, my friend. :D

We started training Scooter to sleep through the night when we moved to Tampa... We had tried before, but I had been an emotional, nervous wreck who was oversensitive to a crying baby. :D I had read the books, but I wasn't in a position to apply them...

I guess the first thing I'd say is that naptime is a microcosm of bedtime... Practice teaching Logan to sleep while you're awake, alert and ready to handle his personal emergencies. :) The second thing is a disclaimer--everything I'm about to tell you is void if he's sick or over-excited... :)

We started training Scooter gradually... We modified our training as we went. I'll give you the modified version first, and if works for Logan, great! If not, I'll jot down the full version of how we trained Scooter early on...

So, naptimes. Logan's understanding more and more, right? So TELL him when it's getting close to naptime. You probably have a pretty good idea of when his body's slowing down and needing more sleep. Scooter's been down to one nap for quite a while now and usually takes his nap not long after lunch. I feed him (so I can eliminate starvation as a reason for crying), I water him, I make sure his britches are dry and then I start preparing him by telling him how many minutes he has left to go to bed at these increments:
30 min
15 min
10 min
5 min
4 min
3 min
2 min
1 min
Time to go to bed...

At first, he thought I was a little crazy talking about sleeping so much, but I'm going to have to shorten my countdown (at least at night) because he hears the 30-minute mark and gathers up his blanket and heads to his room--lol!

The other thing that's helpful for nighttime sleeping... Keep a fresh water sippy or water bottle in Logan's room where you KNOW where it is without flipping on the light. Invite Logan to take a drink (I'm always surprised by how often Scooter accepts some water) and then lay him back down. He's probably going to complain, but this is where you have to be tough and remember that there are rewards at the end of the road. It always helps me to think of Scooter saying, "Mama, I'm SOOO tired and I just want to go to sleep" when he's crying. It helps me stay away. :) Let him cry in ten minute increments, going in and offering water each time. When I say ten minutes, I mean watch the clock. :) If you wanted to do a graduated time at first, e.g. two minutes away, four minutes away, etc., working your way up to ten minutes, do what works for you...

Ummmmm.... What else do we do... I DO NOT take Scooter out of his crib. Remember if you do it once (even during naptime), he's going to expect that you'll do it again to "help" him go to sleep later on (and then he'll be mad at you when it doesn't work!!). Scooter'll usually stand up at the railing and I'll rub his back for less than 30 seconds... If he's really worked up, quite often singing to him helps--I sing Doris Day's Que Sera Sera to him as a cue that it's time to sleep, and I only do it if he's REALLY crabby...

Whatever you choose to do or sing or whatever, the trick is to be absolutely consistent about it... ESPECIALLY at first! Logan'll begin to understand your bedtime "clues" and where your limits are... what you're willing to do and what you're NOT willing to do (willing: rub his back for a minute, not willing: rock him to sleep every time, especially in the middle of the night).

Ta-da! Let me know what you are already doing and we can build on that. :)

9/23/2006 6:05 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...
Well hun I just read the comment about getting Logan to sleep, I dunno, are you a stay at home mom too?
If you are I say let him have his own schedule, I mean follow a consistant "rountine" before bed and nap times, but he is only 12 months and you never know what it is that he is crying about. I have never been a big ferberizer when it comes to sleeping or anything else. I wanted to teach my kids to listen to their own bodies to eat when they are hungry and drink when they are thirsty and sleep when they are tired. Obviously you have to guide the process but if you can teach them what is going on with themselves it is always a good thing, I think the ferber method of teaching them to sleep well, it just gives us as parents what WE want, and is the first step in teaching kids that it doesn't matter what they want or feel, but that this is how it is going to be. Just my thoughts, take or leave them at your discretion, the only one who knows how to parent your child is you and hubby because he is a part of you. I do find that a nap time routine/bed time routine is a good idea though. Perhaps nap time could be dinner, a wash up, a story, a bum change then nap time. and a bed time routine something like supper a wash up, play time, bathtime, a story or some calming activity in his room, then a cuddle (prayer?) and a kiss then bedtime?
Have a good day and I will pray that you will find the right combination of things that will work for you , hubby and Logan ;)

9/24/2006 11:09 AM  
Blogger Colorado Lovebirds said...

sounds wonderful..... you have some great recipes..... yummmmm... I think I would like the noodles.... best... yummmmmm... thanks... have a great week.. hugs, lottiemae

9/24/2006 1:51 PM  
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