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    I love this soup! I could eat the whole thing! This tastes like what you would eat at a nice restaurant!

    Recipe #122525

    I have been making this for years, as it is quick and is a complete meal in one dish. I am posting my basic recipe but, if you'd rather have tomato sauce than gravy, try that instead. If you'd like, you can sprinkle about 1/2 cup of your favorite cheese over the potatoes before sprinkling with paprika. And you can also use two 16-oz. bags of frozen mixed vegetables instead of the corn, carrots, and peas, or any leftover vegetables you may have. This is really an incredibly versatile recipe! I would also suggest you check the seasoning before adding the cooked mixture to the baking dish. Both the onion soup mix and gravy have sodium, so taste it before adding salt. If you don't have leftover mashed potatoes, instant potatoes will work fine.

    Recipe #464528

    I can not express just how much I love this chicken dish! Enjoy!!

    Recipe #304833

    3 Reviews |  By Karabea

    Recipe from the Rice-A-Roni website.

    Recipe #336097

    "Tourist Thai", but very tasty - and not a skewer in sight! The prep time includes the minutes the chicken has spent swimming in the marinade. I found this in a 1980's Harrowsmith Cookbook, and do it on occasion with chicken breasts.

    Recipe #51406

    I was just about to post this recipe and one other came up as nearly the same, although that one is broiled and missing the olive oil. It is a very good dish and the sauce works well with rice. I should try it broiled too, but I don't know if the pan sauce would be as good without the catch from the chicken. The original WW recipe is this one, plus 2 tbs olive oil. This is WW POINTS: 4 Exchanges: 3 Very Lean Meat.

    Recipe #229169

    22 Reviews |  By Redsie

    Very tasty, easy and great with rice! And healthy too!!

    Recipe #209436

    This is a Weight Watcher Recipe 4 Pts It is very good as is, I like to add a chopped onion (sauteed with the mushrooms) and fresh rosemary. I serve it with Penne Pasta and a big salad

    Recipe #160625

    I LOVE this recipe. Had it for years in one of my WW recipe books but never made it til after a friend served it at a dinner part one night and I've not stopped making it since! This is 16WW points per serving and can be done in the crock pot, on the hob or in the oven. 04-Aug-07. Following one of the reviews I just wanted to note that, while this recipe can be made with chicken breasts (I have done it this way on many occasions also) it does lose a lot of flavour compared with using chicken thighs. And if you're not doing WW or watching your weight at all then you can get even more flavour by using chicken thighs with the skin on.

    Recipe #224512

    Another low fat meal that is only 4 points without rice.

    Recipe #66492

    Another delicious way to bake cornish game hens. The recipe comes from Light & Easy Diabetes Cuisine.

    Recipe #90185

    I love making Chinese stir-fry dishes. And I love that this one requires only very minimal food-preparation time. It's tasty and goes well served with Recipe #158291

    Recipe #162218

    We just have to have this every once in a while. Very easy to make, tastes great!

    Recipe #40278

    2 Reviews |  By J Bowen

    When I say easy, I mean easy. This meal takes no time to prepare and taste's great. I love to serve it with spaghetti and a tossed salad.

    Recipe #121544

    This is the chicken salad I make when I want something simple and comforting. I like this on wheaty rolls, or on a bed of romaine lettuce.

    Recipe #152056

    A recipe borrowed from another website

    Recipe #123317

    AHHH comfort food at its best. I've made chicken noodle soup for years and this is the best and so simple to make. Freezes well if you add the noodles later.

    Recipe #144867

    This is an easy prep version of chicken divan... very tasty with broccoli or asparagus! Enjoy!

    Recipe #157627

    Originally in the Good Housekeeping magazine. I made some adjustments to lower the sodium and calories a bit. Good recipe for a brunch, buffet, or family dinner.

    Recipe #162862

    The other night, Paul, one of my sharemates made this delicious chicken dish. It was so tasty, and everyone loved it so much!!! Param n' Kaval made Indian bread called Chapati, we had this with this chicken curry. I asked Paul how to make it n it seems so simple n' easy!!! I want everyone to try this wonderful Indian dish!!!

    Recipe #165177

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