Cooking on a Saturday is a sin

Or at least that's my personal belief. I'm not one for big weekend meals, except for the occasional slow-cooker Sundays. In honor of my now religious beliefs (or so I've decided to try and justify this post), here's my recipe of the week.

It's not a new recipe. It's not Martha. It's simple. Because it's Saturday and I didn't want to cook (but my inner miser refused to let us eat out), I made a classic. It's a relic of a recipe in my cookbook and was the first dinner I successfully cooked in my first Ellensburg apartment when I was 19. I probably called my mom 6 or 7 times while cooking it, making it more step by step than independent really, but whatever.

It's withstood the test of time and 7 years later, I still have it in the rotation. It's the jewel in my "good dinners are simple dinners" crown. It's not fancy. It's not expensive. And you can prep it faster than the oven can preheat.

Stove Top Chicken
4 chicken boobies, boneless and skinless
1 can cream of chicken soup
1/2 cup sour cream
Stove Top stuffing
1 Tablespoon melted butter

Put the ta-tas in a 9x13 pan. In a bowl, mix the soup with the sour cream. Pour over the chicken knockers and sprinkle Stove Top stuffing mix (dry) on top. Drizzle with melted butter and bake at 350 for 60 minutes. I think it's best served with cranberry sauce and a salad, but that's just me.

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