Wednesday, April 1, 2009

What's for Supper?

Are you like me? Tired of the same-old-same-old all the time. I love to cook...I love to provide good, well balanced meals for my family. BUT, I also work and I am married to a preacher which doesn't always leave a whole lot of time for those, shall we say, "grandma's recipe" kind of nights. Yes, I do subscribe to Kraft Kitchens, Betty Crocker, and I have even been known to browse All Recipes...but really, who are the people rating these recipes? How do I know if they are going to be good before I waste precious time, energy, and money slaving away in the kitchen. Can you relate? Here is my suggestion: write a post including a favorite EASY and GOOD recipe...be sure to include a picture and then link it to my post using "Mr. Linky". Hopefully we will get a good little collection to add to our recipe boxes.

Happy Cooking!


Here is my recipe:

This is great when I want a little Asian flair...it reminds me of sweet and sour chicken and I always serve it over rice with Bacon Wrapped Green Beans that have a soy sauce flavor to them.

Apricot Chicken

4 boneless skinless chicken breasts

1 pkg. onion soup mix

3/4 cup Apricot preserves

6-80z Catalina salad dressing

Place the chicken in a 9X13 pan and season

Stir remaining ingredients together and pour over chicken

Cover dish with foil

Bake at 350 for 45-50 min. (I take the foil off for the last few minutes)

Enjoy!



4 comments:

Keri said...

Looks yum-o!

Allison said...

wrapped green beans are one of my FAVORITE THINGS! I'll have to post a recipe when I get home tonight!

Flo said...

I have a similar chicken recipe and it is yummy! I'll try to link soon, but in Ferrell-land over here, I'm not doing too much cooking. : ) BTW - I'm TOTALLY game on helping redo some cabinetry at your house! Let me make the mistakes on mine first, and then yours will be smooth-sailing!

Stacy said...

Looks really good, I am going to try that one!