Fatty McButterpants Chicken Recipe

Hey! Da Gizz! Cisco here… Take a look below at what Felix might call “goop melange”…

How do you like that you wine-swilling snob?!? “Feh!”, I say… “Feh!”

Yeah, that’s real food in the old pot, and here’s the recipe…

  • 4-6 chicken breasts or tenders
  • 1 can golden mushroom soup
  • 1 container of cream cheese with chives
  • 1 package dry Italian dressing mix
  • 1/2 cup white wine
  • 1 stick butter

Toss the chicken into the crock pot, then mix all the other stuff together in a separate bowl, and pour over the chicken… Cook on low until your food thermometer reads at least 180F degrees in the heart of the chicken (don’t go crazy.) Finally, serve over angel hair pasta.

Yeah Bruce, them eats and that Budweiser doesn’t rank with your Chateau De Hoitsey Toitsey… But the mess gets the job done.

Ah yes… The “Fatty McButterpants Chicken Recipe”… A heart attack in the making…

Two cats cooking, clogging, and blogging by the wine racks…


Wine Glossaries

* Nat Decants: A thorough glossary from Natalie MacLean, noted wine writer, speaker, and judge.
* eRobertParker.com: “The Independent Consumer’s Guide to Fine Wines”
* GLOSSARY of Wine-Tasting Terminology (Version 1.4 – Jan. 1995): A thorough collection of definitions from Anthony Hawkins.

Beer Glossaries

* ratebeer: Now that’s a straightforward name!
* beer-pages: Roger Protz and Tom Cannavan say that “it’s all about beer”.
* alphaDictionary.com: A fine collection of Beer dictionaries.

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3 Responses to Fatty McButterpants Chicken Recipe

  1. Glenn Hallett says:

    It better be good Bruce–because my wife Andrea just wrote down the recipe! ( where did you get this or are you talking to yourself in the third person? )

  2. Stoutcat says:

    Hi Glenn, actually it’s a recipe I found and passed along to Da Gizz. We made this for the first time last weekend, and it was heavenly! I used chicken stock instead of white wine (the recipe calls for either one)…

    Don’t be surprised if you see an oil (butter) slick on top of the whole mess as it’s cooking; just stir it all up, cook up some angel hair pasta, and serve. It really is delicious.

    As an aside, I kept the butter separate and just chunked it up and put it on top of the mix before putting the lid on the crock pot.

    We’d love to hear how you and Andrea like it.

  3. Da Giz says:

    looksgood,ihopeigetsome.

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