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    4 Reviews |  By msbelle

    I don't know where this originated. There are several chicken and rice recipes out there. I actually have a couple. This is one that I have made forever. My daughter, Jenny, loves this. She requested that I post it. There are 2 methods - oven and crock pot - each requires the recipe to change just a tad. This recipe needs more flavor so I usually add 1 tablespoon chicken bouillon granules and of course, salt and pepper to taste.

    Recipe #299436

    This recipe came from the cookbook "Take Five for Every Occasion". All of the recipes require only 5 ingredients and are easy to make. My oldest daughter, Amy, doesn't like chicken, but she will eat this. It has a punch to it from the Ro-tel tomatoes. I've never timed the recipe so 30 minutes is prep. time which is cooking the vermicelli and cooking and chopping the chicken after it cools. The process cheese can be cubed or shredded. I've always cubed mine, because Velveeta will stick to any tool used to shred it.

    Recipe #299435

    A great casserole for any event any time of the year.

    Recipe #164485

    1 Reviews |  By msbelle

    This recipe was printed in our local small town newspaper by the Chief of Police, Mike Lee. I haven't made it yet, but it looks good.

    Recipe #163821

    4 Reviews |  By msbelle

    This is wonderful comfort food. My daughter, Jenny, requested I post this because it is one of her favorites. It is great recipe because it is quick to make and can be used to take to a sick friend, a church covered dish dinner, etc. Hope you enjoy!!

    Recipe #163805

    Another recipe that came with the pizza stone.

    Recipe #163770

    2 Reviews |  By msbelle

    The pizza stone we bought came with recipes. This is one of them. I haven't tried it yet, but it looks really, really good!

    Recipe #163766

    5 Reviews |  By msbelle

    This is another passed down recipe from Mama. This is wonderful with almost any meal. It is a favorite for us in the spring and summer. Actually, that is when I like to take it to church suppers. My family will eat it any time of the year!! This recipe is simple easy. I generally don't fix anything that isn't. It is quick to make, just make sure you make it at least the night before as it has to be refrigerated 24 hours. I promise you will love it.

    Recipe #163409

    One of the first times I made this it was for my in-laws. My MIL raved over it and asks for me to cook it almost every time she visits. It is an old, old recipe. My DH and I have been married 25 years this month and I have made it every winter. Even when we lived in Orlando and didn't really have winters I still made it in January or February. Everyone really likes it, except my son David. He is a real meat an potatoes kind of guy. I hope you'll enjoy it as much as we do. This is super easy, but a bit time consuming. I find it is worth the time because it makes a huge pot of soup and is so delicious that everyone (almost) likes it. Note that the prep time includes searing the stew meat, which I actually skip. My mother will not eat it unless it has been seared. The rest of the recipe is just adding ingredients. Simple and delicious.

    Recipe #163408

    5 Reviews |  By msbelle

    This recipe came from the cookbook "Take Five for Every Occasion". All of the recipes require only 5 ingredients and are easy to make. My oldest daughter, Amy, doesn't like chicken, but she will eat this. It has a punch to it from the Ro-tel tomatoes. I've never timed the recipe so 30 minutes is prep. time which is cooking the vermicelli and cooking and chopping the chicken after it cools. The process cheese can be cubed or shredded. I've always cubed mine, because Velveeta will stick to any tool used to shred it.

    Recipe #163229

    2 Reviews |  By msbelle

    Wonderful, wonderful comfort food. This is an old, old family favorite. I might have to start making two at a time since it is gobbled up in no time. This is so easy to make; boil the chicken, cut it up and mix the batter. Put it all in a dish with the veggies and voila! you have dinner in one dish! It is also a good recipe to take to church suppers.

    Recipe #163228


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