Our mom got this awesome chicken recipe from Aunt Ruth and it quickly became a favorite. We don't know what happened, but we seem to have forgotten about it for a few years untill Aunt Ruth reminded us about it. We are sure you will love it as much as we do.
Aunt Ruth's Apricot Chicken
|1||can of apricot preserves|
|1||bottle of 1890 Dressing (or other French dressing)|
|1||envelope of Lipton Onion Soup Mix|
|1||pound of boneless skinless chicken breast or substitute whatever parts you like|
|The sauce ingredients make enough sauce for several pounds of chicken. You can make as much or as little as you need. Obviously, the more you make, the cheaper per serving.|
Mix together the preserves, french dressing, and soup mix in a large bowl. Spread it over the chicken. Pour all the mixture into a large baking pan. Set the chicken in the mixture.
Cook the chicken in the sauce, and baste it while cooking at 350 degrees until done. This can be anywhere from 25- 45 minutes depending on how much chicken and how it is sliced.
Serve with the side dishes of your choice.
Cost: about $10.50 with 1 lb. Perdue, boneless, skinless, thin-sliced breast.
Prep Time: 30 Minutes