This is another recipe I got from my wonderful neighbour Ardie. You may think it is a little bothersome to make as you have to start two nights before the party, but I find it makes party prep all that much easier. Unsure of the serving size as I always have many appetizers at a party.
My late Uncle Al was an amazing chef, dinner at his house was always an experience. As a child I did not appreciate it as much as I did as an adult. I miss dinner at his house with his loud booming "Soups On!". Here is one of his recipes.
Every Christmas my MIL makes these for dinner. These are the favorite of my Sweetie and he still bugs his Mommy to make these for him. Being the good Mommy she is, he is never disappointed come dinnertime.
I have been making this recipe since I was nine years old. I got this off the back of a onion soup mix box. I actually still have the original cardboard copy in my files. This is one of the first things I teach my kids to make for supper as it is so easy. Serve with whipped potatoes and green peas.
This is one of those recipes that become an old standby. I double the sauce and throw it over a large package of chicken, divide and freeze to cook later. I freeze them in small packages so when we go camping all I have to do is grill at the lake. No fuss or cleanup.
A company casserole, looks amazing and tastes great. Everyone always asks for this recipe. So simple, you can enjoy the evening without a lot of dishes to do. Serve with a salad, pesto covered egg noodles and crusty bread.