We’ve really been trying to avoid GMOs in my family. That tends to mean very few prepackaged foods unless they are organic. Organic condensed soup runs $2-3 a pop, which is LUDICROUS to me! So I came here (of course) and found Recipe#278160. These are my easier, lower fat versions.
A coworker brought this to our annual company cookout last year and it was one of the first things to go. I love it because it's great as a side or a main dish. Pick up a rotisserie chicken for a super easy dinner or give some leftovers a totally transformed repurposing. (Chilling time not included in prep)
I usually try to avoid prepackaged, processed food. This recipe does NOT fit that bill! But it’s so easy and tasty that I just had to share. Can be served with tortillas or pretzel rods, on hotdogs or baked potatoes, etc. Enjoy at your own risk! = )
The taste of this sauce is miles beyond the best jarred stuff I've ever come across with the added bonus of having half of the fat and calories. WIN-WIN! From Betty Crocker's Simple Healthy Meals. The original calls for shallot, which I never have, but onion seems to work just fine.
My family has made this for generations. It's great for a tight budget because potatoes are cheap and you don't need much ham [although more never hurts = )]. We always serve this with peas - sometimes on the side, sometimes all mixed together.
This rice is as easy as one of those pouches, but better for your tastebuds and heart. Since Mexican is on the menu weekly at my house, I make up several batches worth of cumin/cilantro/bouillon and then just use 1 1/2 tablespoons of the mix. Modified from TOH.
My auntie passed this on to me years ago, but I have no idea where she got the recipe originally. This is a family fave when the weather starts to warm up. NOTES: Regular mayo and/or italian dressing does not produce as tasty a salad. Cook time is for refridgeration.
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