A simple casserole to put together. The main ingredients are: ground beef, shredded cabbage, onion, garlic, tomato sauce, crushed red pepper flakes, salt & pepper, plus grated parmesan cheese. (You can substitute seasoned ground pork sausage for the ground beef, and traditional-style spaghetti sauce for the tomato sauce.)
I am posting this recipe to honor Judy- Jude and also for the "Cookathon" in memory of her (Jan. 09). One of her favorite chicken recipes was "George's Oven-Fried Chicken" and this is the other one. It was created by her father and I often call it KFC Judy D's Father's Recipe(s). Instant Potato Flakes are used and it has a nice taste.
This almost tastes similar to Shake n' Bake coating mix, you may reduce the garlic slightly if desired, I have left the cayenne pepper as optional you may adjust to suit heat level or omit --- this chicken bakes out moist and delicious, you'll be picking off the crumbs from the pan! :)
Creamy chicken and veggies nestled in a fluffy cloud of mashed potatoes, topped with melted cheese, true comfort food at it's finest! A simple and easy recipe, this casserole can be assembled in advance and popped into the oven an hour before serving. Serve with warm buttered biscuits. Enjoy! Tip: The hot mashed potatoes are especially tasty prepared with chicken broth in place of water, and cream cheese in place of the usual milk & butter.
This is such a wonderful lasagna recipe! Very hearty and delicious with nice deep layers, plenty of meat and cheese, and just the right amount of seasoned sauce--- plus it's a great way to sneak some veggies into your family's meal!! Very easy to prepare, and any leftovers are great reheated the next day. Equally good with chopped spinach or zucchini.
Everytime I have made this, it has been extremely popular for both family and company.
Given out the recipe many times. My family often requests this recipe and they never order chicken parmesean when we go out to an Italian restaurant because they say that mine is the best! Which is very flattering!
This is a meal that my mother used to make a lot for us kids when we were growing up. You can find the dried beef in the grocery store with the pre-packaged lunch meats. It goes a long way on a cold day!