The women did this!
That is 3 families, 16 meals per family, and $100 per family and thats about $6 per meal for a family of 4. Most of the meals we cooked were from the cookbook Don’t Panic – Dinner’s in the Freezer: Great-Tasting Meals You Can Make Ahead plus we made The Pioneer Woman’s Italian Chicken Soup and
This Old Fashioned Beef Stew from Get Off Your Butt and Bake.
It took us about 6 hours to do it all. I emailed the publishers of the afor mentioned cookbook and they would not let me share a recipe with you. Obviously they do not know the power of bloggers and there friends they said no! So I took a recipe from the book this week and adapted it to my own.
This next step I did not get a chance to photograph, well really I just got into it and forgot! We are gonna bread these puppies. Mix together flour and 2 tsp of salt and pepper and put it into a dish (I find loaf cake pans work great for this) put the panko crumbs into one and beaten egg into another. Dip your chicken rolls into the flour mix, then the egg, and then the panko. Place them all onto a cookie sheet in rows. Once they are all done put them in the fridge for about an hour to let the breading stick good. After your hour is done take them out and wrap each breast individually in plastic wrap. Put 4 or whatever you need for your family in a freezer bag.
When you are ready to cook them let them thaw and place them in a baking dish dice your tomatoes and put them on top of the chicken. Sprinkle with shredded Mozzarella cheese and bake at 350 degrees for 30-45 minutes. We served ours with peas and diced potatoes. It was really yummy and cheezy. here take a look.
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