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Amish Potato and Chicken Bake


It was a nice day for some chicken. I did do this a little differently than I anticipated. I was just trying to get dinner on the table. We had a meeting tonight and I just needed to get done. Next time I’ll do it the way the recipe calls, but honestly I didn’t notice much difference between the way I did it and the way that the recipe actually calls for it to be done.

I’m sitting here reflecting on this day. I’ve been frazzled the majority of the day. I’ve tried super hard to get everything in order. It’s hard being in charge of things. I have so much to get in order for so many different people. I had to get papers typed up for everyone. I had to schedule the events. It was just hectic. I can’t even begin to list everything that I had on my plate, because I was so frantic to get it done, I forgot some of it…and on top of that I don’t even remember what I did.


I can’t even remember. I get so busy and distracted with so many things. It’s impossible to keep up sometimes. Lucky for me, I write myself notes on post it notes. I love post it notes. So today’s lesson for me… post it notes rock!

9×13 pan half full of shredded potatoes

6 chicken breasts cooked and cubed

1/2 cup butter

1 small onion, chopped

8 Oz sour cream

12 Oz grated cheese  (I used cheddar(

1 can of cream of chicken soup

1 teaspoon salt

2 cups crushed Ritz crackers

1/2 cup butter, melted

Lay chicken on top of potatoes Sauté onion in butter. Add sour cream, cheese, soup, and salt. Pour over chicken and potatoes. Mix crushed crackers with butter. Put on top, just before baking. Bake for 1 hour at 350 degrees. YUM!


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