Monday, November 9, 2009

Guess who's in the kitchen?

My sweet son has been rooting around in the kitchen lately. And no I don't mean that he has been consuming everything in sight. He has been thinking up recipes for us to try, and I might add that he is going a terrific job at it too!

He came up with a chicken recipe that I thought I would share. (And I sure hope I can keep the ingredients straight, because I was taking pictures while he was preparing, but I think you will get the idea)

The cast of characters -




Washing and preparing the chicken -













giving the chicken a pounding -
next step -

mix together 2 cups sour cream, 1/4 cup lemon juice, 4 teas Worcestershire sauce, 2 teas celery salt, 1/2 teas pepper, 2 teas paprika, 1/2 teas garlic powder, 2 teas salt

add some broccoli -

a little bit of cheese -
Roll up chicken and secure with toothpicks -
dredge in sour cream mixture -

cover with bread crumbs -

place in baking dish (we did spray the dish with Pam) -
drizzle melted butter over chicken -

Bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes -

Wa-La -

Stuffed Baked Chicken Supreme!

Not bad for a kid, huh??

(p.s. this week I am linking up with amylouwho cook & tell. Enjoy!)

28 comments:

Pat / Silver Thimble Quilt Co. said...

I'm impressed...reminds me of a Chicken Breast Supreme recipe I have..but this one is much easier.

Pat

Cindy said...

Does it "reheat", I'll be right over. I'll bring the dessert..LOL

Quilt Hollow said...

I see a chef in the making!

Wendy said...

yum! That looks lovely. I think I'll try it for dinner tonight!

Suzanne said...

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PS - That son of yours is a keeper!

Loralynn said...

Wow! That sounds great! Lucky you to have a Son that wants to cook!

kwiltmakr said...

Look delicious! Wish I had someone here that could cook!

ivoryspring said...

My goodness, Jocelyn - that's impressive! Your son will probably be also quilting in no time! ;)

Have a blessed week.

Karens Hopes said...

wow well done to him, my naughty son has just given up his catering course at college. grrrr..... teenagers.
Karen

Barb said...

Can you send him to my house? Looks yummy!!

Shirleymac said...

Oh my that looks good! And healthy too. When you said your son I pictured Tater Tots and hot dogs topped with potato chips *LOL* Course I don't know how old he is. Does he want to become a chef? He sure has the makings for it.

Shelly said...

Wow! Your kids are really creative! You should be so proud!

julia said...

That sounds awesome! I can't wait to share it with the cook in my family, my husband. What a creative son! Is he the next food network star?

*karendianne. said...

Oh dear me. Now I'm starved half-to-death!

Notjustnat said...

Wow, what's a creative chefe he is going to be. Good to have them in the kitchen. The food looks great - Hugs Natima

Allie said...

I need to borrow him for awhile. Just long enough to teach my boys, ok? I just finished dinner and after reading this, I'm STARVING!!! Oh my that sounds so good.

Kim D. said...

Oh, that sounds so good, how many calories?? I figure with drizzling butter it has to be good. :)

Sunshine said...

I just printed out the recipe, it sounds lovely! Way to go for your kid, that's amazing!

Alice Grace said...

Anything with broccoli in it is a hit with me! Looks great!

Nanci said...

So it was delicious? I was scrolling down and all the ingredients were going through my brain, "that's good, that's good" and right to the end....I'm trying this one.

Leslie said...

nice recipe...very fancy

SueWis said...

This looks delicious. Thanks for the step by step instructions. Tell your son thanks for demonstrating for us!

Karen said...

That's fantastic. All boys and girls should know how to cook, even if its just basic stuff.

Dotty Jane said...

Looks really good! Tell your son thanks and great job!

KQuiltyBee said...

Sounds good--could he make friends with my son? He pretty only inhales food :) But he's cute. Good job!

Sew It Up! said...

That looks good! At first I thought you were placing the chicken on the burner. I guess I should read first. Thanks for sharing!

The Tripp Family said...

Yum!!! That looks so good - my husband might even eat it if I didn't tell him what's in it :) I have that same casserole dish!

Sara said...

Oh, yeah - I am going to be making that for myself! It looks good.