Chicken 7-up stew
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Chicken 7-up stew
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Last updated 6/12/2012 12:49:10 AM. Recipe ID 10484. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Chicken 7-up stew
 Categories: Camping, Dutch oven, Main dishes
      Yield: 4 Servings
 
      1 ea Onion -- chopped fine
      4 ea Chicken breast halves --
           Chunks
    1/2 tb Oil -- or margarine
      4 ea Carrots -- sliced
      4 ea Potatos -- washed and
           Sliced
    1/2 lb Cheese, velvetta
      1    Bottle real bacon bits (3 oz
           Jar) -- precooked  bacon
      1 cn 7-Up
 
  For use in a Dutch Oven -- Preparation: Chop the onion into fine
  pieces. Place in a plastic bag. Chop the chicken breast halves into
  4-6 large chunks. Carrots should be peeled and sliced in advance.
  Place in a plastic bag. Take potatos that have been washed and
  scrubbed to remove loose skin. Do not cut the potatoes into pieces in
  advance or they will discolor.
  
  At the Campsite: add oil to a dutch oven. Add the onion and cook
  until they start to become transparent. Add the chicken, carrot
  slices, and cut the potatoes into the dutch oven in chunks. Add 1 can
  of 7-up. cover and cook until the potatoes are tender. Cut the
  velvetta cheese into chunks on top of the mixture. Cover and let cook
  for a few minutes and the cheese melts. Sprinkle the precooked bacon
  over the top. Serve in bowls with the sauce.
  
  In the kitchen -- put oil in a large pan with lid. Over medium heat,
  cook onion until translucent.  Add the chicken, potatoes, carrots and
  7-Up. Cover and steam until the potatoes and carrots are done. Top
  with velvetta, cover and heat until the cheese melts. Sprinkle with
  the precooked bacon and serve.
  
  




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Recipe ID 10484 (Apr 03, 2005)

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