A quick and easy recipe with few and inexpensive ingredients. We made this when we were kids and I was exited to make it again! I served it with beef rice (the cheap packet kind) but you can make a fussier style if you like. We all loved it!
Convenient 1 pan meal. I found this recipe in an old cookbook along time ago. Kids love it! The original was not as spicy as I make it but I like the flavor better with the added ingredients. To make it even spicier, add some jalapeños instead of the green chili. I also add frozen corn once in awhile.
This dish was one of the staples in my family. When we were invited to Granny's for supper, we'd walk in and the familiar smell of Granny's chicken primed us for this great meal. Very easy to make and feeds many! Enjoy and thank you Gran :)
This is an easy but really tasty pork chop dish --- purchase the thicker size pork chops or you may use 2-3 larger pork steaks, the thinner chops tend to fall apart when baked as they bake too fast, if desired you can top with shredded cheddar cheese the last 15 minutes of baking, also chopped fresh garlic may be added also to the bean mixture -- this may also be cooked in a crockpot, just brown the chops firstly in a skillet.
From Low Fat One Dish Meals from Around the World, posted for ZWT III, France. "This dish comes from the western Meditteranean corner of France", according to the cookbook. Depending on how you look at it, this is a really wet casserole or a very thick stew. I like it with a bit of crushed red pepper mixed in.
This is so good! It's easy, it's delicious, and you probably have, if not all, most of the ingredients on your shelves. I make a double batch, freeze half(for stuffed bell peppers) and enjoy the meal, as is. Hope you will try it.