Monday, 14 October 2013

Chicken Crunch

I decided I wanted a recipe app on my ipad to keep my recipes in
(not really interested now in looking for more recipes but might be later).


So this week I am trying out a free app called "Recipe Pad" and so far I like the look of it and the ease of putting in the quantities and the step by step instructions.

Below is a picture I edited myself from a screenshot of the result of my first recipe to be added.
That is another thing I am doing this week, learning to edit my own pictures 
for my blog and other things.

I think it is going to be a busy week with those plans and also the fact that our son's wedding is two weeks from today!!!!!

This recipe was given to me by a friend from Northern Ireland in 1993 when we were living in Delaware and she was living in New Jersey. I am not sure therefore whether it is an American or Northern Ireland recipe originally but tend to think it is probably American because of the sour cream.
              Am I right?

Our family all like this and because it is so easy to make I tend to make it for dinner guests who are coming to our home for the first time and also I often make it for church gatherings etc. as it is reasonably easy to transport.

Of course you may already know and love this but if not why not give it a try and let me know if you enjoy it.

For a few more recipes click on through to my Recipes Page


  1. The recipe has come out really well Sandra. Nice job and the dish sounds wonderful

    1. Thank you Davina, as you know I'm really enjoying working on these graphics.

  2. I think it is No. Ireland b/c in America we would say "two cans" instead of "two tins"

    1. Yes I remember when we lived in America the "cans" instead of "tins", here we use cans for drinks. I think the tins in the recipe was just me and may not have been from my friend originally as we made it together in my kitchen and then I wrote the recipe down. Thanks for dropping in.

  3. What a wonderful recipe! All my favorite ingredients:) Where ever this dish is from, it will be a hit in my house~ Thanks for sharing at Four Seasons Blog Hop~ Lynn @ Turnips 2 Tangerines

    1. Thanks for dropping in Lynn, it certainly is a hit with us so enjoy.

  4. Sound delish! My grandpa was from Ireland. Thanks for sharing at the Inspiration Spotlight party.