This was given on the web as the simplest chicken recipe there is and perhaps the easiest as well. As if that isn't enough, you can change the flavoring every time you make it so you'll never get tired of it, either.
For example, you may substitute a combination of herbs for the single herb in the ingredients. Also check the variations for other flavorings. In the comments following this recipe some responders criticized the name of this recipe as being gross, citing the "chicken parts." If you come up with a better name, I hope you'll share it with the rest of us!
I NEVER would believe that I would post or better yet, enjoy anything made with Velveeta. However, when Kathy Grealy brought this to Girl's Night, we all dug in and thoroughly enjoyed this tasty and satisfying dip. And using three ingredients and a microwave, this couldn't be easier to whip up for any informal occassion.
The ultimate breakfast comfort food. Quick to make if you boil the eggs ahead of time. To get the full flavor, you have to cook the butter and flour enough to lose the flour taste, that's the key to getting this dish right.
The description of this recipe intrigued me so much I actually bought the recipe from a recipe want-ad in one of the cooking magazines about 30 years ago. The seller was Janis Lingenfelter of Nebraska and she called this a "keepsake recipe." This will remind you of the marshmallow thickened pies that are so popular in the summer. But this is not used as pie filling -- it is served in pretty dessert dishes. Kids like this really well, and they can help make it, too.
Literally, SIX freakin' cans!! (It has been brought to my attention that there are only FIVE freakin' cans. Ooops, sorry. Usually I don't have a problem counting to five, but there you go. Enjoy the recipe anyway!)
I posted this in answer to a question and thought I should probably post it here as well. This is an absolutely delightful summer lunch or supper meal. It is one De Laurentiis grew up with. When she tasted it, she pronounced it "Just as I remembered!" Note that you can use any small tube-shaped pasta such as elbow macaroni or pennette in this recipe. Do not, however, substitute sliced-for- sandwiches mozzarella for the fresh which is totally different.
I really like recipes that make use of frozen mixed vegetables -- I feel so virtuous eating them and have none of the work preparing them.! And this one has frozen meatballs, too. Talk about ease-of-preparation! Recipe from TOH.
I haven't tried this yet, but it sounds so good I had to post it right away. These are individual pizzas you can assemble yourself on a prepared crust, or on an already prepared frozen cheese pizza. I can't decide which way I'll go first. I suspect you could make two large pizzas, also. (Edited to add: In fact, in her cookbook, Paula does indeed make this as 2 large pizzas for a party for teenagers.) See the note for possible variations. Recipe halves easily.
The kids' favorite in an easy crock pot version. I don't remember where I got this recipe but I'm glad I have it. I reduce the amounts by half and cook this is my 1-1/2 quart crock pot for just my husband and myself.
This salad is ideal for a family lunch or a ladies' luncheon. With rolls and dessert it is a whole meal. This salad is best made the day before and chilled overnight. I got this recipe from a dear friend of my MIL, who got it from one of those recipe card collections. Cooking time is actually chilling time.
A very easy and tasty way to fix chicken for dinner. Cream of leek soup adds wonderful flavor, quite different from onion soup mix. My niece and nephew gave the dish this name because they thought leeks sounded so funny. (Besides, cockaleekie was already taken, right?) I think the recipe came from the Knorr package, but I'm not sure. I haven't made this for a long time, but now that I've found the recipe again, out comes the iron skillet!
This recipe, from Art Ginsberg, who is Mr. Food, is a delicious -- and healthful -- variation of a popular Southwest salad. All the ingredients of the traditional taco salad are here, with the addition of pasta to make a scrumptous whole-meal salad. So-o-o good, as Mr. Food says, for pot-lucks, too.