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Im 30 yrs old very happy married to a wonderful man (Nathan) i have a 7yr old son (Lochlan) and one on the way! We live in a town called Davistown. Im an aussie that use to live in the states! But have recently returned back to Australia! And im VERY passionate about cooking and my family!

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Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Creamy Divine Oven Baked Potato Bake And Honey-Soy Chicken

So as per usual i had no idea what to cook for dinner! And then i seen while pottering arund out in the garage i noticed my red skinned potatoes were looking a lil mehh so i thought on it abit and decided OOOOO Potato Bake! My mum use to make this all the time when growing up and usually served it with a spicey curry so it would dim down the curry lol!
Creamy Divine Potato Bake
however many potatos that will feed your family
garlic powder
onion powder
fresh ground black pepper
heavy whipping cream
some butter
your fav cheeses to melt on top!
Slice your potatoes real thin (skin on for us!)
now i took my pan and put olive oil in it and a some butter i heated the pan up on the stove first to combine these to, it was not HOT just enough to melt the butter! I then layered the potatos in once one layer was done i sprinkled the onion/garlic/black pepper over that layer and added some cream to it i kept doin this in layers until i was done with the potatos!
You will find the cream does not cover all over the potatos just hlf way down i would estimate, i turned the oven on to 350'F and slow baked the potatos with the lid on (it took about 2 and a hlf hrs all up) eventually the cream will bubble and boil and thicken up and help cook the potatos nicely. Just before serving add your fav grated cheese onto put the lid back on and place back in the oven for another 5 mins to melt the cheese! And serve!
Potato's Cooked And Ready for the Cheese!
MMM Ready To Serve!

Honey-Soy Chicken
Chicken Of Some Sort!
Soya Sauce
Honey
Seseame Seeds
Garlic Powder
Olive Oil
Drizzle your dish with olive oil, place your washed and patted dry chicken pieces. I think i used about 1 cup of soya sauce which i poured over the chicken and then i drizzled over the honey about hlf a cup, sprinkled garlic powder to taste then added a coupl eof teaspoons of seseame seeds and baked in the oven at 350'F for about an hr, turning every now and then and pouring the juices from the dish back over the chicken!


10 comments:

Priti said...

This is new for me...looks yummy and the picture is nice

Brooke said...

all your recipes look so yummy!!

Debbie said...

Hi! Dropped by from SITS.
You are starving me here. That looks delicious.

The Blonde Duck said...

I'm so hungry now and I just ate lunch.

Tanielle said...

Oh Yummy!!!! Thanks for stopping by for spring fling...and I made your yummy, yummy oatmeal, choc. chip cookies. They were eaten in 3 days! MY kids and hubby loved them!!!! You should be my personal chef! :-)

Have a great day!

Temporary Fix said...

Another wonderful post...another mouth watering recipe! Girl...you are amazing!

Lavanya said...

wow..i am feeling hungry by looking at your combo!!

Cindy said...

Hi from a SITS girl!
This chicken looks delicious! Sweet and Savory, my favorite combo

The Kooky Queen--Rachel said...

Ohhhh yummy!!! Where were you when I was making dinner tonight!? WOW!

Marywin said...

Yum! Stopping by from Perth Australia....oh and SITS lol!