Monday, October 13, 2014

Chicken and Dumplings in your Deep Covered Baker

Remember that time when I got my first crock pot? 
I went onnnn and on about it and wondered, Had I been living under a frickin rock?
Well, something similar has happened. Again. 
As most of you know I'm part of a Pampered Chef cooking class.
Yes, it is ACTUALLY called a cooking "club," but for me it's a "class." I am learning. No judging.
See Also: That time I YouTubed how to use a can opener.
We use all PC products which kinda sucked in the beginning because I had NONE.
...Until I recently invested in several that we had been using.

[Enter the Game Changer.]

TA - DA! The Deep Covered Baker:

(Click Image for Link)

Make a DELICIOUS pot roast or a 10 minute oven-to-table casserole, heck, it could
probably even dress your kids and get them to school if it had to.
I've come across tons of DCB (see what I did there?) recipes including
appetizers, soups, entrees, desserts, etc but I was excited to whip
up one of my favorites- Chicken and Dumplings! 
Or Chicken 'n Dumplins as Bryan calls it. 
Click here for original recipe. 
You Will Need:
Your Deep Covered Baker
3-4 Chicken Breasts
2 Cans of Cream of Chicken Soup
Frozen Peas & Carrots
Jenny and me was like peas and carrots. Name that movie... 
1 Can Homestyle Biscuits

1. Place chicken breasts in Deep Covered Baker and add cans of soup.
2. Microwave on High for 22 minutes. 
(Do NOT be scared to put this thing in the microwave - I was a little hesitant
at first also but its a form of stoneware that enable the cooking process. 
The chicken is perfectly safe and tastes good too!) 
3. Stir and add in frozen peas and carrots.
4. Chop each biscuit into quarters and top the chicken/veggie mixture.
5. Microwave on High for another 10 minutes.
6. Done anddd done! 
I PROMISE you it tastes as good as it looks. And sooo so quick.
I have basically brought myself to the point where if it requires more than 30 minutes
to cook, it ain't happenin. Once Bryan and I got engaged, I promised I would learn to cook.
I did not say that he would be coming home to Rachel Ray-esque meals. 


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