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    I consider this a chicken version of beef stroganoff. Its one of my favorites. I like using shells as the pasta because it picks up a lot of the sauce. The chicken always comes out tender and falling off the bone. I just use chicken legs but I've used breast before too.

    Recipe #441546

    This is a family favorite. It seems complicated but its really not. All you need is a box grater and that will give the veggies their own cut. Good for a side dish, or to bring to work as a snack or lunch. Kid tested and mother approved!!

    Recipe #441544

    I made this up (like a lot of things I make) with the things I like and that were in my cupbord when I had to cook some hamburger up one night. It came out REALLY good! It got my 2 yr old's approval too!! There are a lot of moderations you can make as well. I used a handful of cheddar and mozzerella. You can use 2 handfulls of each or add more or less depending on how cheesy you like it. I'm trying to cut back on calories these days and I find that everything is good in moderation. Plus like I said before, its delicious as is. You could also use milk instead of water for extra creaminess but the choice is yours it was creamy enough with water. This is the first of my creations I have posted so I hope at least one person will try it out so I have an un- bias opinon. It takes less than an hour to make too. Hope you enjoy!!!

    Recipe #441376


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