Casseroles used to be pretty much all we ate until I quit my job to be a full-time stay-at-home mom. Now it doesn't happen nearly as often, especially in summer, but as far as generally easy, warm, and comforting foods go, you just can't beat a good casserole.
Adapted from Company's Coming Pasta cookbook. One of our favourites, it can be hot, hot, HOT, or just toasty warm, depending on the amount of spice you want to use. Since my daughters were born, I've actually completely omitted the red pepper and it's still delicious. You can also adjust the servings by the amount of pasta you use. Another thing you may want to adjust is the amount of sauce. This dish isn't particularly moist, so I often add extra oyster sauce and/or plum sauce at the table. Then just add egg rolls and Japanese Coleslaw or a sweet salad and you've got a perfect meal for entertaining that's simple and quick enough for anytime.
Loved this recipe I found in "Quick Cooking". I reduced the amount of olive oil in the original recipe, and this turned out to be quick weeknight meal for the family. I served this with broccoli and bread.
This recipe was popular in the 60's. It was one of the first tuna casserole's and is still a great comfort food today. Easy to make and has all the things that are usually on hand. This can also be made with the same size can of chicken. Sometimes I add mushrooms and english peas.
"Hey Lacey You are bringing the salad right?" And everyone knows it is my tuna macaroni salad.Its been a hit for years with the young and old alike, summer or winter, serve it cold or hot, (omit the cuke if you like, when hot).
This is my new favourite pizza! I will often make a double batch of the chicken/BBQ sauce mixture and freeze it. I usually caramelize the onions by frying them until soft with 1 Tbsp of butter and 1 Tbsp of brown sugar. This makes the pizza very sweet but I like it that way;)
I absolutely LOVE this recipe!! When I first got married, the best investment I made was sending away for 6 teeny little coil-bound Campbell's Soup cookbooks. Nowadays, I don't use them much anymore, but this is one recipe that's still a favourite. You won't believe how tasty and quick this is!!