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Chicken Breasts in Sour Cream Sauce

There was no doubt in my mind that sooner or later I’d do this and I didn’t let myself down!  The chicken baked, I took it out of the oven and snapped some photos of it in the baking dish.  Then I gobbled the chicken down before I realized I did not take a photo of it with the succulent mushrooms on a plate.  Sometimes I just get too wrapped up in the eating and forget what I’m supposed to be doing!
  
Yum ~ the appeal of sour cream! It gives food a great tang and was just right for the chicken when I served it over rice; noodles work just as well.  If you’re afraid of the fat content in sour cream, try low-fat sour cream or even yogurt with this recipe. This dish is simple and good ~ turning the chicken into a saporous dish!




Chicken Breasts in Sour Cream Sauce

Ingredients:

3 or 4 chicken breasts
8 ounces sliced fresh mushrooms
1 cup sour cream
1 cup dry white wine or chicken broth (I use wine)
½ teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon paprika
½ teaspoon McCormick’s Seasoned Pepper

Method:

Place sour cream, chicken broth, salt, pepper and paprika in a bowl and combine well.
Add mushrooms and toss lightly.
Arrange chicken breasts in a baking dish.
Spread sour cream/mushroom mixture over top.
Cover with foil and bake at 350 degrees for about 30 minutes.
Remove foil, continue baking until chicken is tender, about another 15-20 minutes.

It’s creamy, moist and delicious!


Be sure to visit my friend, Linda’s blog @My Kind of Cooking for great tips, recipes and cookbook giveaway! 





Comments

  1. Ooooh, this looks Good! I love sour cream - especially with chicken. Bookmarked! :)

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  2. My hubby would love this with some egg noodles. Thanks Pam, we'll be making this soon!

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  3. Sour cream, mushrooms, and chicken are a winning combination! I am not surprised that you couldn't wait to eat it. YUMMY!

    Have a great day Pam!
    Linda
    Giveaway

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  4. this sounds amazng! i love sour cream... mushrooms and chicken!

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  5. I'm copying this one - looks delish. sandie

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  6. This looks delicious; the combination of sour cream, mushrooms and chicken sounds too good to pass up, so it's bookmarked! Thanks!

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  7. This creamy chicken is my meal! I can only imagine how tasty it was!

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  8. Looks delicious! I'm laughing about eating before taking the picture :)

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  9. Pam, I can't believe you got so caught up with food! Haha! JK. Now this dish I have to show my daughter, she's my sour cream fanatic, she puts it on everything1 She's going to love it!

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  10. Pam I forget to take pictures most of the time! Halfway through the meal Nigel asks me if I took a photo - bit late at that stage. That chicken looks fantastic. Diane

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  11. I enlarged this photo...then the salivation began!!! Ymm!

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  12. This looks really yummy, i can just picture it sitting on my plate, the sauce mixing with fresh pasta, yum!

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  13. Great recipe! It sounds delicious and I love how easy it is.

    I have done that many times, forgetting to take the picture..lol It looks pretty yummy in the baking dish:)

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  14. I love sour cream when cooking, never had it with chicken looks like from this recipe I have been missing out... cant wait to dig in!

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  15. Pam,
    I take pictures and then forget the finished product because my husband is so hungry. This sounds wonderful.

    Carol

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  16. Sometimes the food gets the better of us - especially when it's delicious and his sounds delicious!

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  17. What an interesting combination with sour cream! Must be delicious :)

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  18. I think this would be such an impressive meal! Thanks for sharing.

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  19. Hi. I live in Dublin and I'm craving something that isn't Irish for St. Patty's day. Any suggestions. LOL

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  20. Thanks to all of you!

    StephenC, I'd recommend Savory Spam Stew for you! ;)

    Here's the recipe in case you don't have it: http://www.food.com/recipe/Spam-Stew-237829

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  21. Oh Pam...simply sinful yet oh so delish! Gonna try this dish for sure.

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  22. wonderful dish! love the flavors.

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  23. This dish looks so rich, creamy, and delicious! Love the ingredients! I know exactly what you mean about the photos, and I have done the same thing :)

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  24. I would love something like this! Pam, you're going to have to stop using big words if you want me to come back to your blog... I had to look up 'saporous' LOL

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  25. Really love this soup Pam look delicious, gloria

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  26. Easy and tasty, how could it not be great? Nice job, Pam.

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  27. It indeed sounds and looks creamy, moist and delicious...! Thank you for sharing this beautiful soup :).

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  28. I've had this recipe bookmarked for a while and finally tried it for dinner tonight. I was expecting the sauce to be thick and decadent especially after you said it was good served on noodles. My sauce was very thin and runny. What did I do wrong? The flavor was good but the sauce didn't turn out as I expected.

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