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Friday, May 26, 2006

Recipe Exchange

I enjoy trying out new recipes - especially ones that are fast, easy and only have a maximum of 5 ingredients!

So I'm participating in Overwhelmed's Five Ingredients Friday

I found this recipe years ago in (I think) in a Betty Crocker cookbook. I don't remember the exact name of this dish, but it's something like "Hot Chicken Salad" so that's what I call it!

4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts, cubed
1 C of mayo
1 C of sour cream
1 C of chopped celery
1 Tbsp of mustard

Brown chicken in about 1 tbsp of butter until no longer pink
Add mayo, sour cream and mustard; stir to mix well and coat
Add celery and stir well
Simmer over low heat until heated through - about 5-10 minutes.

I usually season with Italian seasoning and serve over rice (which is optional so I hope that doesn't count against me as more than 5 ingredients!)



Overwhelmed! said...

Michelle, this sounds yummy! I'll have to try that one night soon.

And no, the optional Italian seasoning and rice doees not count against you! :)

Thanks for participating in Five Ingredients Friday!

Michelle said...

You'll have to let me know how you like it!

Nisa said...

Is this the recipe for what you called "Chicken Stuff" back in '96?
It was totally yummy and I hate mustard and celery!!

Michelle said...

Yep! Since I forgot the "official" name I just started calling it chicken stuff- but I think it was closer to hot chicken salad! :)

chelle said...

Mmmm this does sound good!! I will have to try it soon! I am so loving this idea, however I am not a good cook so I have no awesome recipes to share!

Nisa said...

I knew I recognized the ingredients!