Wordy Wednesday

Hi, sorry we are not wordless today. We are joining In Purrsuit of Flavours hosted by Easy and The Canadian Cats.

I hope you are not sick of me, but all the other kitties get vacation time except me because I am the newest.

The theme this month is whatever kind of recipe you want- a favorite to have during the summer. Mom picked this one because it is super easy and you won’t heat your kitchen up cooking it.

Peach Chicken-

1 package Stove Top Stuffing -chicken flavored

1 jar of peaches, canned ones have a tin taste

1 cup chicken breast, chopped into small pieces.  ( You can use a precooked rotisserie one or any leftovers, my Dad bbq’s a bunch at once and freezes them to use in salads and stuff like this).

2 T butter

1 1/4 cup water ( mom uses the peach juice and adds water to make up the difference)

Directions-

Heat water/peach juice and butter in saucepan until butter melts. Then add stuffing mix. Let sit 5 minutes then stir in chicken and peaches and heat on low briefly.

That is all- only takes a few minutes and goes well with a salad. Be sure to share the chicken with your kitties.

 

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One more thing- you all figured out the mystery yesterday- it was paint from the camper project, mom didn’t put down enough newspaper.

65 comments

  1. Rosie, you made a good chef, so only you get to take the credit:) The others are on vacation afterall… Sounds yummy by the way!

  2. We love your picture, with the all-out expression 🙂
    Our humanmom is vegan and just might try this recepie in a vegan variety.
    hugs

  3. Wow! That looks delicious! I never would’ve thought to put peaches and chicken together – but I love both!

  4. That sounds yummy and easy!!! We love it when Mom gets a rotisserie chick-hen!

    The Florida Furkids

  5. Sounds like a wonderful summer dish and we always share our chicken with our babies. It’s a given.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Ellen. Scritches to all the kitties. ♥

  6. I’m always looking for easy meals in the summer, especially this week because it’s so hot and humid. Thanks for the recipe!

  7. How could we ever get sick of you heheh! 🙂

    That recipe looks delicious 🙂

    Have a peachtastic safe week 😷😷😷

  8. Yum, your peach chicken looks so delicious! I don’t think I’ve ever had chicken with peaches. I need to try it! Great advice about sharing chicken with kitties 🙂

  9. Yum! I like fruit in recipes like this. Thanks for sharing. And no, we aren’t sick of you, gorgeous. 🙂

  10. Mew mew mew what a ‘peechy’ recipe Miss Ellen!! LadyMew sayss shee will have to try that sum day…..
    (Her cookin scaress mee!)
    **purrss** BellaDharma

  11. You look like a professional cook, Rosie, very sweet😸Pawkisses for a Happy Wednesday🐾😽💞 Ps We don’t get emails anymore since last week🙀

  12. I love this recipe Ellen cause I love Stovetop stuffing. We must get this recipe down on paper and get some stuffing on shopping day.

    Thank you for the divine recipe….simple and easy….my kinda meal.

    Jean

  13. We’re not sick of you. However we do believe you should get some vacation time. Also look on the bright side, them taking so much time off and making you work more just makes you look better them MOL,LOL.

  14. Gee, that sounds like a really quick and easy dinner for humans 😉
    Kitties will like the chicken…MOL!
    Purrs,Georgia and Julie

  15. We say if it has chicken it has to be good. Mom says anything made with peaches is super delicious. Thanks for sharing.

    Woos – Lightning, Misty, and Timber

  16. Rosie, we’re sorry you don’t have vacation time because you’re the newbie, but at the same time we’re really glad that means we get to see lots of you. And this recipe sounds and looks so good. I’ve never had chicken and peaches together, but I love both of those on their own, and this must be a delicious meal. Purrs!

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