Dinner: Sour Cream Chicken and White cheese Mac & Cheese

One night Lindsey and I were making dinner but couldn’t decide what to make, she jumped on Pinterest while I looked to see what supplies we had. She found this:

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So we made it our way!

PARMESAN SOUR CREAM CHICKEN

• Mix 1 C. Sour Cream, 1/2 to 1 C. Grated Parmesan Cheese, Dill, Diced Garlic, salt, & pepper together.

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• Put halved chicken breasts into a shallow baking dish.

• Cover Chicken well with sour cream mixture.

• Sprinkle on 1 C. Breadcrumbs (or a light layer). And a little more Parmesan.

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• Bake @ 350 until it reaches an internal temperature of 165.

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Triple White Cheese, Mac & Cheese

• Boil you favorite macaroni until Al Dente.

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• Grate 1 lb Jack cheese, a small block of Aged White Cheddar, & some more Parmesan.

• Open 1 small
Container Feta
.

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• Grab a sauce pan, make a roux 1/2 C. Flour and 1stick (1/2 C.) Butter.

• Cook over Med/Low heat for approx 5 minutes. (You want this to stay a light roux)

(Sorry I didn’t really photo this cuz I’m lame!)

• Add 2 C. Milk & all your cheese.

• Stir until melted and gooey.

•Mix with your cooked pasta. Pour into your dish of choice.

• Top with a little more cheese, Parmesan if you have it!

• Bake 20 minutes @350.

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