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    This was my favorite dinner growing up. I always picked this as my "birthday" dinner. I don't get to fix this recipe very often anymore because my husband hates cream style corn.

    Recipe #151585

    One from my mom’s old recipe box. This is the first time I have made this and it is a great one-dish meal for the family with very quick preparation for folks with busy lives. The chops are moist and delicious and the potatoes are creamy with a bit of crispness. Next time I may leave the skin on the potatoes for a bit more color. Most of the cooking time is passive, so enjoy that glass of wine before dinner. :)

    Recipe #117854

    2 Reviews |  By Dawnab

    This dish is a way to use leftover turkey but still get that deep flavor that comes from using fresh poultry. Easy, ecconomical and a great was to kick up holiday leftovers, my family begs for it! This is a "not so traditional" made up recipe.

    Recipe #149505

    This is absolutely delicious! And so easy, can be done in one pot. The liquid in completely absorbed in the spaghetti and makes its own sauce.

    Recipe #440543

    My brother is a bachelor and even though he cooks for just one, he makes awesome full course meals. He got this recipe from a friend and I had to have it! I have taken this to potluck dinners and have been asked for the recipe. Simple comfort food.

    Recipe #290602

    Inspired by the RSC #15 contest and it's secret ingredients, this chicken came out fabulous & my family has requested it nightly since I made it. Unfortunately, they didn't like the sauce I created to go with it so the recipe never made it to the contest entry stage. We like to eat this chicken with some cooked pasta and spaghetti sauce. They say it tastes like KFC, and while I don't agree, it does have a similar texture and a great flavor. Thanks to the first two reviewers' comments that garlic powder would be a nice addition, I've added it to the recipe as well. :)

    Recipe #420926

    My aunt was a typical little polish lady that fed everyone! I remember her serving this with mashed potatoes and warm rye bakery bread. It was a good time with the whole family at the table eating great food.

    Recipe #116842

    The recipe is dedicated to all those single parents and career people that don't have a lot of time at the end of the day to prepare dinner and that don't mind using prepared ingredients for a quick meal. I made this up because my daughter was sick with a cold and a sore throat and wanted something soft and easy to eat. Granted the French fried onions did not fit in with that idea, but they did add a nice taste and crunch to this casserole and she managed them just fine despite her sore throat. Since I was caring for both her and my baby grandson, I didn't have a lot of time to spend on making dinner. The entire casserole (except for the spices) cost me about $20 and after feeding 3 adults, there is plenty left over for another meal or lunches at work the next day. If you don't like leftovers, halve the recipe. I much prefer using ingredients that do not come from a jar or a can, but sometimes, you just have to do what you have to do to put a meal on the table on a budget, and this was my attempt. It is pretty tasty if I may say so for myself.

    Recipe #271888

    Another recipe from the 1980 version of the Grace Evangelical Congregational Church cookbook from Muir, Pennsylvania that was given to me by my Nana when I became an adult. This recipe was submitted to the cookbook by April Schaeffer. She didn't specify how many servings the recipe made. So, I am guessing a bit.

    Recipe #274765

    5 Reviews |  By Debber

    My home state (Wisconsin) lays claim to being the nation's largest producer of cheeses! Here's a recipe featuring two of my favorite foods: cheese and cabbage!

    Recipe #280819

    1 Reviews |  By Yupra

    I modified the chicken casserole recipe from the Campbell's soup cans to fit our budget, this is cheap, easy and delicious to boot!

    Recipe #317258

    From the accolades I got, I really should have spent hours in the kitchen, but this little recipe was embarrassingly easy. Use thawed frozen spinach in lieu of the fresh to save money and time and use whatever jarred salsa you happen to have. I used store brand roasted chipotle to great effect.

    Recipe #339375

    Simple and easy. The kids love it. I created it from the things I had on hand one evening.

    Recipe #349728

    Affectionately coined "Debbie's Casserole" in our household. Named after a family friend from church named Debbie N. This was a staple in our house and didn't last very long. My father in particular loved this recipe.

    Recipe #357131

    This potatoe dish is made with simple ingredients but full of flavors. A type of dish good on it's own or main dish with a salad. Potatoes, ham, cheese, and oh...lots of cheese...after a long day of working and taking care of my boys...this is the dish to feed hungry mouths. The results won't be disappointing! I came up with the recipe because I wanted something simple but full with flavors and feed a lot of people. NOTE: You will notice I did not add salt because the ham and cheese already have salt. If salt is added – the dish may be too salty at the end.

    Recipe #377840

    I love this recipe, it's delicious, pretty much everyone enjoys it, good for family get togethers, pot lucks, etc. I got the recipe several years ago from an old friend.

    Recipe #387183

    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.)

    Recipe #391323

    I spent 18 months in central Canada, serving a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. While I was there, I fell in love with the people and the food, specifically Ukrainian and Filipino food. The cabbage rolls were my favorite, and when I returned to the US, I began searching for recipes, but could never find one that I liked. This recipe comes from me combining elements of two or three different recipes that I found. The resulting recipe is surprisingly easy--if a bit labor intensive. I included instructions to make a sauce, but, if you run out of energy, the stuff in a can works just as well. If I want to do a homemade sauce, I usually do it a day or so in advance., By omitting the meat, this can be a vegetarian dish. By also omitting the sour cream and using margarine instead of butter, it can be vegan.

    Recipe #405297

    2 Reviews |  By Emily

    A hit with the kids and adults in my house - super simple and budget-conscious to boot. I adapted this recipe slightly from Sandi Richard's Family Dinner Fix cookbook.

    Recipe #407847

    Here it is, my mom's FAMOUS Meatball recipe! This is THEE most requested of her for anything, anywhere! Whenever there is a shower, birthday, christening, etc., someone is asking for 150 to 200 of her famous meatballs. :) Of course, she always says yes! She is not one for "exact" measurements (a little of this, a dash of that), so I tried the best I could to adapt her recipe. Of course, these are best served with My Mama Iuliucci's "Don't Skip a Step" Spaghetti Sauce recipe #26947, but I have used jazzed-up jarred sauce and they are still great. However, meat-a-balls like these deserve a homemade sauce, in my humble opinion!

    Recipe #32618

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