I like to cook. I enjoy trying out recipes. Sometimes, it can be deflating when I find a delicious recipe and my kids don't appreciate it. Sometimes, I put effort into cooking. Sometimes, I don't... I love to try out crock pot recipes. Last week I tried out a new one. It was so simple that I second guessed the success of the recipe and was trying to come up with a backup meal plan in case no one liked it ("grilled cheese sandwiches, maybe?").
The family started eating it. My husband got up and got paper to write down everything my kids said.
"You ROCK at recipes!"
"Can we have this every night?"
"You should give a Thank You to yourself!"
"I like it too much."
"This is outstanding."
"Can I have more?"
"I love it."
"Thank you, Momma, it's really good."
"Momma, how did you make this?"
Here's the recipe. It is not impressive looking... but with a response like that, we will be having it here again!
Frozen chicken breasts
16 oz of sour Cream
1 Lipton onion soup mix**
Place chicken on bottom of crock pot. Next, place sour cream and soup mix on top of frozen chicken. Cook on high for 1 hour, turn to low and cook about 4-5 hours. Serve over egg noodles. (I cut up the chicken before I served it on top of the noodles.)
**Note: The recipe called for Lipton Noodle Soup Mix. I used Lipton Onion Soup Mix. I didn't realize my mistake... and the family still loved it.