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RISING SONS WINERY BLOG
|Posted on November 7, 2013 at 5:20 PM||comments ()|
LOOKING FOR A NICE WARM DRINK FOR THE FALL AND WINTER? Look no further...
Get out your Crock Pot and let's get started!
*1 bottle of RISING SONS "Bellissimo Bianco" wine
* 4 cups of apple cider
1 or 2 Tablespoons Brown Sugar
1 Gala Apple - sliced
Pour the wine and cider in the crock pot. Add cinnamon to your taste. I sprinkled a little on top. Add the brown sugar to taste. You might want to start with 1 spoonful, then add another if you think it needs it. Stir, and add apple slices. I started mine out on high to get it good and hot, then dropped it down to low to "mull". I served it after a couple of hours.
This is a fun little drink for the holidays. ENJOY!
|Posted on March 25, 2013 at 10:12 AM||comments ()|
This recipe is a RISING SONS favorite! It doesn't require a lot of ingredients and is very easy to put together. Plus, my men LOVE it! I usually fix it with mashed potatoes, my homegrown Silver Queen Corn from the freezer, and broiled asparagus.
CHICKEN IN WINE SAUCE
I bag of frozen chicken tenderloins or 4 large chicken breasts
8 slices of swiss cheese
1 Can Cream of Chicken Soup
1/4 Cup of white wine (We use our VIGNOLES or BELISSIMO BIANCO)
1 box of stuffing mix (I usually get Chicken Flavored but you can use herb flavored, too)
1/2 - whole stick of butter melted (If you're watching your fat content use 1/2 stick, if you don't care and like it buttery...use the whole thing!!)
Salt and pepper to taste...(I don't add salt since the soup has so much sodium. I do use garlic pepper because of it's robust flavor!)
Preheat oven to 350. Place chicken in 9 X 13 pan that has been sprayed with PAM. Layer the cheese on top of the chicken. Mix the soup and wine together along with salt and pepper. Pour over the cheese. Sprinkle the dry stuffing mix on top. Drizzle with butter. Bake for
45-60 minutes. *Keep an eye on this after 45 minutes. You don't want your stuffing to get too brown. If it gets brown too early I lay a piece of foil on top without sealing it so it doesn't steam it. I remove it for the last 5 minutes to let it crisp back up:)
|Posted on December 2, 2012 at 2:30 PM||comments ()|
I like to make mine in the CrockPot. Add all ingredients and simmer. Float an orange slice in each cup