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10-12 potatoes boiled, mashed
2 finely chopped onions
3/4 lb. Grated cheddar cheese
1 lb cooked lasagna noodles
2 -3 sticks of butter
Add cheese to mashed potatoes ( I also add salt pepper and milk or cream to mashed potatoes)
SautÃ© onions in butter until soft.
Add Â½ of onion butter mixture to potatoes.
Layer noodles and potatoes in a 13x9 pan, ending with the noodles. Pour the remaining butter/onion mixture on top.
Cover and bake at 350 until heated through, about 40 minutes +/-.
Grilled Chicken Breast, sliced and then covered with a Garlic/Broccoli Cream Sauce. White Rice on the side.
So for the Chicken/GarBroc Sauce;
Preheat Oven to 325
I seasoned the chicken breasts with some salt, pepper, garlic powder, cumin, and some paprika. Then heat a skillet with some olive oil, just a small amount, we're not deep frying.
Start boiling some water in a large pot (make sure and add salt to the water).
Sear side one (about 3-5 minutes depending on your heat and the thickness of your chicken), sear side 2 (same as side one), take chicken out of pan (it's not done yet, don't take a bite) and place in a casserole dish and stick in the oven.
Take some freshly chopped broccoli heads and blanche them in the now boiling water. Wait til they are just starting to get a little tender, but still a little bite to them.
Take the pan that you cooked the chicken in throw in the garlic (chopped or minced is fine, depending on how much you like garlic) and butter,scraped the bottom clean and then added some heavy cream. Got that going for a bit.
Take the broccoli heads and drain them, then add them to the sauce. Add a little more pepper to the sauce if you'd like. Then let that cook down for a bit, and then let cool to thicken a bit more.
Take the chicken out around the same time and the chicken should be just perfect. I don't do "timed" cooking, I just go based on the feel of the meat.
Let the chicken rest for a few minutes, DO NOT SLICE IMMEDIATELY or you'll lose all of your juices from the meat. Slice on an angle and against the grain for a nice effect.
Does anybody have a good, untrained-housewife-friendly recipe for twice-baked potatoes?
LMAO....I do not like red meat either. But those were the bomb! I cannot wait to cook the pork ribs now...now that I know how!Your very welcome!! Glad they came out great!! I'm not big on red meat but I always look forward to those...lol