My mom has been making this as long as I can remember. She found the original recipe on a box of rice in the 80's. She always served it as an entree but I make it as a side dish because it's not enough for my meat and potatoes man. You can spice it up by using hot sausage. Try it, you will not be disappointed.
Very much a comfort food dish. Easily prepared by ingredients most of us have on hand in our pantry. So easy to make. You can also easily edit the recipe choosing soups you prefer, this is my favorite combination.
Since this is pizza after all, feel free to add any of your normal toppings. Pepperoni, sausage, green peppers, onions, ham or even chicken. Per request from reviews, feel free to add a bit of garlic or other italian spices for more zip.
Mmmm. The former president's famous recipe for favorite enchiladas. *Note: I usually substitute flour tortillas and omit the dipping in oil, as that's our preference. I also add a couple of teaspoons of chili powder to the sauce and to the chicken filling mixture.*
On the day before Thanksgiving I got a frantic call from my best friend. She needed Paula Deen's Broccoli Casserole recipe! I looked on Zaar and couldn't find it so I am posting it now. She says it is the BEST broccoli casserole. I have to take her word for it since I haven't made it.
This is in reply to a request for mac and cheese. I copied this from Alton Brown "Good Eats" from the food network. Does take a bit of work, but well worth it. You can add tuna, hot dogs or any other kinds of additions you want.
This pie can be made with either turkey or chicken. It combines a tangy crispy crust with tender meat and veggies and a flavorful sauce. This is my Mom's recipe, and she has been making it for 35 years.