• Easy Sunday Bacon Wrapped Chicken Recipe

    Obviously, this chicken is good for any day of the week, but since this is one of the few meals I can have ready easily after Sunday services, we call it Sunday Chicken. Here’s all you do:

    Wrap boneless chicken tenderloins or breasts in bacon and place in a buttered casserole dish.

    Cover with foil and bake at 225 for about 4 hours.

    When you return from church, drain and top with Cream of Chicken Soup and Sour Cream…you decide how much. For a full casserole pan, I combine about 2 cans of soup with 1 cup of  sour cream.

    Bake uncovered at 350 for about 15 minutes or until bubbly.  You can also top the chicken with anything you like if you want to spice it up.

    Sauted onions
    Black Olives
    Mushrooms
    Cheese
    Chives

    And the list goes on and on. Of course, the chicken is great with no topping.

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    About Fredda Jones

    From the time I was just a child, I could lose myself on my grandparents' sprawling front porch, curled up in their porch swing. With the scent of roses in the air and the flutter of the flag in the breeze, I was protected, free to think little-girl thoughts and build little-girl castles in the air. Add a friend to the swing, and we could solve each and every one of our little-girl problems from that old swing. Today, I still find that there is nothing quite like a porch swing and a good friend for restoring order to an otherwise chaotic world. So grab a cup of coffee and come on over, join me in the swing, and let's talk it over.
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