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Greek Feta Chicken with Curried Rice

One of my favorite chicken recipes ever! Because it's a healthy low-calorie way to cook chicken. Because it doesn't heat up the kitchen. Because it keeps the chicken moist and flavorful. Because it's so simple to make with on-hand ingredients. Because it's good straight from the oven or the grill. Because it's good served hot or cold.No wonder this recipe gets passed from one good cook to another! And for Weight Watchers? Greek Feta Chicken is a Freestyle miracle, just 1.5 freestyle points with 29 grams of protein.
COMPLIMENTS!
"... it was AWESOME! My husband even raved about it!!" ~ Anonymous
"... just finished a very yummy dinner of greek chicken, superb recipe!" ~ Anonymous
"... refreshingly light." ~ Bless.Sins
"... we absolutely loved it!" ~ Daynalee This recipe comes from my friend Lisa in Washington who got it from her friend Ann in Dallas who got it from … oh I dunno. But it is a recipe that should, like a chain letter,…

Vegetables as Good as Ice Cream:
Just Add Sour Cream

Three quick and easy vegetable recipes, each one pairing the vegetable with sour cream.

Cucumbers with sour cream? Yes!
Greens with sour cream? Yes, yes!
Beets with sour cream? Yes, yes, yes!
We'll ALL scream for sour cream! The 1924 Olympic gold medalist Doug Larson once opined, “Life expectancy would grow by leaps and bounds if green vegetables smelled as good as bacon.”Me, I’ve long believed that if vegetables tasted anything like, say, ice cream or chocolate, we’d trip over each other at the farmers market.Truth is, I may have to eat those words, er, those vegetables, for these three simple dishes, stirred with sour cream, are every bit as good as the creamiest Chunky Monkey or the finest Belgian chocolate. ONTARIO GREENSHands-on time: 25 minutes
Time to table: 25 minutes
Serves 4 1 – 1-1/2 pounds fresh greens, washed, chopped2 tablespoons butter1 large onion, chopped1 tablespoon garlicSalt & pepper1/2 cup sour creamSteam the greens about 10 minutes or until nearly cooked…