This pie doubles as a formal dinner or picnic dish. It is our favorite savory pie. I don't know where the original came from-somewhere down south but I have added more onion, pepper, nutmeg, cayenne and cheese. Also the original called for regular deli ham-holy salt-it just about killed us! So here you go and by the way I like it best cold.
A delightful alternative to traditional chili! I serve mine over corn chips, topped with shredded cheese and sour cream. This an easily modified recipe to suit your taste, time and available equipment. (I've been known to use canned chicken in this and it's still delicious!)
A throw-it-together and pop it in the oven supper. Use more chili powder or add hot sauce if you really want to spice it up!
I just want to add: Many people who have tried this recipe have had to cook it longer than I have specified. A hint: I always use a casserole dish with a heavy tight-fitting lid. I sometimes presoak my rice in cold water for 10 minutes or so. Hope this helps! =) Barb
PS...To Freeze : Cool, portion and freeze in a ziploc bag.
To reheat: Thaw, place in a covered casserole dish and bake until heated through.
This is a Gooseberry Patch recipe;submitted by Teresa Podracky. It is a quick weeknight supper that takes less than 25 minutes to get from stove to table. I have changed it from oil to coconut oil and from regular cheddar to light cheddar cheese to make it diet friendly.
This is from the Sooner Sampler; a cookbook published by the Norman Junior League back in the 80s. This casserole is WAY more flavorful that the ingredients suggest! A lot of bang for very little buck.
A Southwestern take on one of my hubby's favorite dishes. Usually I make baked beans with miniature smoked sausages, but this time I cut up large smoked sausages and used barbecue sauce and chile peppers. I also used Queso Casero (homemade Mexican cheese), but Queso Fresco can be substituted.
From my food blog at: http://www.comfortcookadventures.com/2013/05/not-your-average-franks-and-beans.html
I got this recipe from a co-worker. It's one of her daughter's favorite meals. We liked the combination of chow mein noodles and cashews. It's a good week night dinner or a way to use up leftover chicken. I have also started adding a can of sliced water chestnuts.
I am a fan of noodle bowls. They are cheap, easy, use up scraps and you can be eating in 5 minutes. Not gourmet by a long stretch but they lend themselves to so many variations - only a few of which are mentioned here.
Check out your fridge and pantry and let your imagination and personal taste take over. It is an excellent use for 1/2 a pork chop for example.The ingredients list may seem long but you only need to select a few. It seems strange even writing 'optional' as most of it is! Have fun with it!
Note: The nutitional data is all out of whack. You would have to use all the protein options plus the egg and still wouldn't get past 40 gr of fat. I wouldn't recommend 12oz of meat/shrimp in one noodle bowl: :)