This recipe took 1st place in the Iowa State University cafeteria contest. It was posted in the Des Moines Register in May 1991. It's a bit different using cornflake crumbs. Note: You may need to adjust baking times accordingly if using boneless pieces of chicken. ISU's baking time may be too long!
A different version of sweet and sour chicken which includes some fruit as a nice surprise. I was not sure of the ounces in a package of the onion soup mix, but it is one envelope of dry mix.
It has always been a hit in our family. I hope yours will enjoy it too.
This takes no time to prepare, I have tryed this using different flavor soups, I find that cream of chicken and celery are the best, or use 2 cans cream of chicken, I also like to add the garlic powder and also a pinch of cayenne pepper to the soup mixture :)
This is a recipe i adapted from taste of home's section on good food that's good for you. very easy and very very good. i prepared this in the evening and then baked the next day. leftovers are just as good.
This is a great way to use leftover turkey or chicken. This is pot pie how my grandma makes it. Turkey and vegetables with a creamy gravy and biscuit topping. Great comfort food. Changed to add: If you can't find Veg-al, frozen mixed veggies is fine. I often add leftover green beans or corn on top of the veggies.
The only way I could get men around here to eat Zucchini. It so good they even ask for it now!
this is a great vegetable dish that will have you begging for another slice. We love it! I was told it was originally a "Pampered Chef" recipe!