Recipe by KMSMOKEY
"Nice summertime chicken to bake or grill! Serve with rice, pasta or wide egg noodles, as desired."
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skinless, boneless chicken breast halves
ground black pepper
shredded Cheddar cheese
Fantastically tender chicken! Made it for guests this weekend; after marinating in the fridge overnight, I simply cooked it in the marinade (covered) in the oven and served it all as chicken and sauce over wide noodles. Thanks! Loren Martin, Oklahoma
I am not the best cook and did make some minor substitutions, BUT did not enjoy this recipe. I would not make it again.
We BBQed this one and the chicken was very juicy! I loved the sour cream marinade. We didn't put cheese on top and it was still great!
Before you take this review and run, I'd like to state that I didn't follow this recipe per say... I'm a college student so I never have everything the recipe calls for... so here is what I used: Chicken breasts, red wine vinegar, sour cream, salt, pepper, mozzarella cheese. Combined wine vinegar, sour cream, salt, pepper and chicken in a ziploc bag, mixed well and then placed in fridge for an hour. Placed in pan, baked at 350 for 25 min. (2 pieces) 10 min before completion, added remaining sauce, put a slice of fresh tomato and mozzarella cheese on top and baked remaining time. Whala!! It turned out great. The wine was not strong, just enough that you could taste it. The tomato I feel complimented the sour cream and wine wonderfully and added a nice look to the meal. I rate this 5 ***** because it led me to make something amazing! Please note, that I only used this as a base for something else. :)
I did not like this recipe. I love sour cream but I wasn't pleased with the taste. I followed the recipe to the letter. I think the wine vinegar was a turn off for me. Maybe others will successd.
Huh...Maybe if you REALLY like wine vinegar and you were looking for a vinegar-marinated chicken recipe this would be okay. I used a dijon mustard and pounded the chicken breasts before marinating overnight. Then I baked them in the marinade as another reviewer suggested, but the marinade liquified and managed to poach my chicken breasts. There wasn't any "sauce" to serve with the perogies I made with it, just a vile looking liquid. The hubby said it was not too bad and we convinced our toddler to eat it by promising brownies but it was rather discouraging. I'm usually a good cook and I did everything correctly so I guess the best I can say is, if you are especially fond of vinegar, have at. I would rate this lower based on flavor alone but I did cook the marinade with the chicken so I'll leave it at a two in good faith.
I used dijon mustard instead of yellow prepared mustard and baked it in the oven. It is a nice change with a unique taste...my husband said it tastes like something you would order in a restaurant.
The recipe in and of itself is not good, but omit the vinegar completely and you have a winner! I made this chicken last night, and before I added the vinegar to the marinade I tasted (hint hint) what I was mixing. Finding it very tasty, I left it at that. The vinegar would've ruined the whole thing. So, 5 stars for the recipe without the vinegar, 2 stars for what could have happened if I didn't know what I was doing.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Sour Cream Marinated Chicken I
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 250
** Calories from Fat: 110
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