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Unread 11-02-2009, 03:23 PM   #281
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I've had that grape salad and it is YUMMY!!
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Unread 11-09-2009, 05:47 PM   #282
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Default best Sunday roast recipe

honestly its the only way I cook my roast,

2-3 lb chuck roast, browned on both sides

Mix the following and pour over roast
dry onion soup mix pkg
one can of cream of celery soup
half a can of coke

cook at 300 for 3 to 3.5 hours
this makes the best gravy with the roast. Serve with mash potatoes.
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Dijon-Bacon Dip for Pretzels

1 cup mayonnaise
1/2 cup Dijon mustard
1/4 cup real bacon bits (soft kind)
1 to 3 teaspoons prepared horseradish

In a small bowl, combine all ingredients well. Cover and chill. Serve with pretzels.

I made this last night and it was really yummy!

I can't wait to try the other 2 recipes soon
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I just read thru this whole thread and now I have a slew of new recipes to try! I'm so tired of cooking the same old things all the time!!!

Here is one of our favorite recipes:

Cheater Chicken and Dumplings

1 large can cream of chicken soup (family sized)
2 cans water
2 cans biscuits (20 total biscuits--I use the regular size homestyle kind)
rotisserie chicken or cooked chicken breasts (I boil mine with Lawrys seasoning salt), chopped

Mix soup and water in a large pan and bring to a boil. Cut biscuits into fourths and add to the boiling soup. Lower to a simmer and cook til the biscuits are done--they will puff up, so you do need to use a large pan! Add more water if it looks like it is getting too thick, and stir often so it doesn't stick. Mix in the chicken and serve.

You can add veggies to this if you want to--but it is really good as is!
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Smile Cheater Chicken!

Sharon's recipe sounds yummy. Think I will halve it, though, for dinner for two plus some leftovers. Thanks! I love this thread and have come back to it many times.
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Here is my Weenie Surprise recipe.

4 hot dogs sliced
1 can of pork n beans
Onion powder to taste
Molasses (about one tablespoon)
Brown sugar (about two tablespoons)
Tater crowns or tots (enough to cover)
Cheddar cheese (enough to cover)

Combine first five ingredients. Pour into baking dish. Top with tots and cheese. Bake in 400 degree oven for 30 to 40 minutes. Yummy and so easy!
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Here is my Weenie Surprise recipe.

4 hot dogs sliced
1 can of pork n beans
Onion powder to taste
Molasses (about one tablespoon)
Brown sugar (about two tablespoons)
Tater crowns or tots (enough to cover)
Cheddar cheese (enough to cover)

Combine first five ingredients. Pour into baking dish. Top with tots and cheese. Bake in 400 degree oven for 30 to 40 minutes. Yummy and so easy!
Thank you for this. I have a daughter with 7 children under the age of 13. She is always looking for something quick and easy that the kids might like. I sent it to her and also saved it for myself. Sounds really good!
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Default Minestrone Soup

This family favorite is not easy to remember, but it is easy to prepare and very good:

Minestrone Soup

2 lbs ground chuck
1 onion chopped
2 or 3 teaspoons chili powder
Salt - pepper to taste
3 sm. cans tomato sauce
1 large fat can diced tomatoes
1 can Campbells Minestrone soup
2 soup cans water (add more if needed later)
2 cans original Ranch Beans, sauce and all
1 can whole kernel corn, drained
1 can green beans, drained
Several handfuls of pasta, your choice. I use mini rigatoni, but any kind will do.

Brown meat, onion and chili powder. Add tomato sauce, can tomatos, soup and water, Ranch Beans, Corn, Green beans and pasta. Simmer on med-low about 30 minutes. Add more water if needed.

This is a hearty soup, and "meaty", so guys usually like it a lot.
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Sounds yummy Annette!
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Here's a yummy Mexican Dip that is easy to remember, 6 ingredients layered and baked.

1 pkg cream cheese. Spread in glass baking dish.
1 can beef chili, no beans. Spread over cream cheese.
1 sm can diced green chilies. Spread over chili.
1 sm can chopped black olives. Sprinkle over green chilis.
1 cup shredded cheddar cheese. Sprinkle over black olives.
1 bunch green onions, chopped. Sprinkle over cheese.

Cover with aluminum foil. Bake on 350 oven for 25 mins or until bubbly. Serve with corn chips. Sometimes, we have this for dinner.
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After reading the cookbook thread I thought it might be nice to exchange recipes that are so easy you don't even have to get out the recipe card to make them. So please share your, O' so easy recipes. Here's one a friend of mine gave me. Her philosophy is if she needs a recipe card it's too difficult, just open a bag of salad and slap a chicken breast on it.

Dijon Chicken

4 boneless skinless chicken breasts (still frozen is fine)
Dijon Mustard
Whipping Cream (pint like little milk, not Cool Whip)

Put chicken breasts in 9x13 pan.
Spead 1-2 tablespoons mustard on each breast.
Pour whipping cream over chicken.
Cover with foil and bake @400 for 30 minutes. (45 min if frozen)
Take off foil and bake for 30 minutes.
That's it.

I like to serve this over rice. My 5 & 7 year old girls love this meal. They also both know how to cook this one by themselves. Hmmm, could be why it's a favorite. After you cook this once you'll never forget how. Super easy, you just need to have the hour available to cook it.

Just a note my girls HATE mustard. I will not eat dijon mustard because it's so strong. And still, this dish is a family favorite. Go figure.

So how about sharing your super easy recipes.
I have been slowly going through the recipes for the last week. With all the comments on how good this chicken recipe is I decided to try it out two nights ago. It is very good! I was a little nervous about how much mustard to put on each chicken breast in case we didn't like it. I will put on more next time.

So my easy recipe is for pork chops and spaghetti. It is an old recipe that we grew up with and is about the only recipe that my sister and I still make from all of the recipes that our mom ever gave us.

In a skillet brown pork chops on both sides. (No seasonings) Add one jar of canned tomatoes, tablespoon of vinegar and tablespoon brown sugar. Cover and let simmer for half an hour. Add uncooked spaghetti noodles. Cover and let simmer for another half hour. Serve with salad and bread.
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I have been slowly going through the recipes for the last week. With all the comments on how good this chicken recipe is I decided to try it out two nights ago. It is very good! I was a little nervous about how much mustard to put on each chicken breast in case we didn't like it. I will put on more next time.

So my easy recipe is for pork chops and spaghetti. It is an old recipe that we grew up with and is about the only recipe that my sister and I still make from all of the recipes that our mom ever gave us.

In a skillet brown pork chops on both sides. (No seasonings) Add one jar of canned tomatoes, tablespoon of vinegar and tablespoon brown sugar. Cover and let simmer for half an hour. Add uncooked spaghetti noodles. Cover and let simmer for another half hour. Serve with salad and bread.
Everything she said here is true. She convinced me to try the chicken recipe. The pork chop and spaghetti recipe is the only thing from mom that we've kept. It is my DS's favorite dish. He'll ask for it all the time and it's always his birthday meal. I've changed it up some though. We like vinegar so I pour it in till I can smell it. I buy the big jug of vinegar from the warehouse store so I stay in good supply.
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Blue Cheese Cannonballs
Mix equal parts blue cheese and softened cream cheese. If you didnt want them as pungent you could reduce the amount of blue cheese by half or so. You want this mixture to be really smooth.
Wrap the mixture around green or red grapes.
Roll in finely chopped pistachios or pecans. I always chop them in a food processor you want them almost powder like.
Refrigerate until set. I like to put them out about 30 minutes before serving to take the chill of a little bit.

This is a a recipe I discovered and fell in love with when I was in culinary school
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Mix equal parts blue cheese and softened cream cheese. If you didnt want them as pungent you could reduce the amount of blue cheese by half or so. You want this mixture to be really smooth.
Wrap the mixture around green or red grapes.
Roll in finely chopped pistachios or pecans. I always chop them in a food processor you want them almost powder like.
Refrigerate until set. I like to put them out about 30 minutes before serving to take the chill of a little bit.

This is a a recipe I discovered and fell in love with when I was in culinary school
I MUST try this!!!
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Mix equal parts blue cheese and softened cream cheese. If you didnt want them as pungent you could reduce the amount of blue cheese by half or so. You want this mixture to be really smooth.
Wrap the mixture around green or red grapes.
Roll in finely chopped pistachios or pecans. I always chop them in a food processor you want them almost powder like.
Refrigerate until set. I like to put them out about 30 minutes before serving to take the chill of a little bit.

This is a a recipe I discovered and fell in love with when I was in culinary school
This was delicious!!! I made it the lazy way and just cut up the grapes and mixed everything together. My mama and son liked it too!!
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there is so many good recipes in here, I hate to see it disapear
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I just came back to this thread after many years. Hopefully someone will have some new recipes to try. Our family has enjoyed some of these for many years.
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Here's one I just tried and liked recently. Don't be fooled that it seems too simple - it really tastes good.

4 boneless pork chops
1 can mushroom soup, UNDILUTED.

You don't have to brown the pork chops, just put them in the bottom of an 8 x 8 baking pan. Salt and pepper if you like. Spread the undiluted mushroom soup over the chops, and cover tightly with aluminum foil.

Bake at 350 for about 1 hour.

Chops will be tender and juicy and the soup makes a great gravy. Serve with rice and a salad.

My hubby is not crazy about pork, but he liked this dish.
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I've enjoyed this thread over the years - so many good eats!
30 Minute Asian Beef Bowl is in regular rotation at my house because everyone loves it. You may want to double the recipe if you have teens.
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With a bounty of zucchini (!) I've been making this casserole:

Steamed zucchini slices (I use the microwave) spread out in pan
Brown hamburger with onion (1 lb/1onion for 13 x 9 pan, 1/2 lb/1/2 onion for 9 x 9)
Stir in cream of mushroom soup (2 cans 13 x 9, 1 can 9 x9)

Pour over zucchini, top with crushed saltines, then grated cheeses (amounts: to taste)

Bake 20 - 30 minutes at 350.
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Santa cookies:

Ingredients
•1 1/2 cups granulated sugar
•5 tablespoons cocoa powder
•1/2 cup milk
•1/2 cup butter, softened
•1 teaspoon vanilla
•3 cups quick or rolled oats
•1/2 teaspoon salt
•1 cup coconut
•1 cup milk chocolate chips
•1 cup white chocolate chips



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1.Line two cookie sheets with parchment. Set aside.
2.In a medium size saucepan cook the granulated sugar, cocoa powder, and milk over medium-low heat until all the sugar dissolves. If it's got a nice bubble going this should take about 3 to 5 minutes, or so. Keep stirring but not obsessively, it just needs a light stir every 30 seconds or so.
3.Once the sugar is dissolved add the butter, don't fret if you didn't soften it. If it's not softened just cut it into small chunks, it'll totally still work. Keep stirring until the butter is melted and the mixture is smooth.
4.Now add the vanilla, oats and salt. Stir until combined, then remove from the heat.
5.Add the coconut, stir again. I know right, it's a lot of stirring.
6.Now toss in the milk chocolate chips and the white chocolate chips. Stir again. Stop rolling your eyes at me. Stirring is good.
7.You are now done stirring. Yah. Round of applause.
8.Take a tablespoon or an ice cream scoop and drop the cookies onto the cookie sheets. It's okay for them to be lop-sided and not perfect. They actually look better if they are imperfect. I also suggest making some really big and some small. Since you are not baking them they don't need to be uniform in size. Making different sized ones is nice, that way wee little hooligans can grab small ones and bigger adult hooligans can grab the bigger ones. Santa can grab any size he wants as long as he leaves good gifts.
9.Allow to cool completely. Good luck with this step. It's impossible not to dig right in. Quite honestly I was eating this right out of the saucepan with an ice cream scoop before I took photos. Just keepin' it real peeps. Just keepin' it real.
10.Serve with a big old jolly Saint Nick smile!
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