This is from Organizedhome.com and I've been using it for years. It works equally for beef or chicken. **I edited this recipe after receiving a review stating that they felt it was sour. That made me realize I didn't have "fresh" lime juice listed, which I always use because I don't like it made with pre-squeezed in-a-bottle lime juice.
This is a no bake, one pot recipe that my kids think is the best! For a special surprise, add a 15 ounce can of well drained regular diced, or my favorite, fire roasted tomatoes at the very end. You can broil this for a few minutes if you like the browned cheese look.
Will lose it's creaminess if left to sit or is reheated, but still tastes great.
This is from a very old copy of Cooking Light from when the magazine was brand new. It's a delicious peppery parmesan sauce over turkey cutlets. Serve with egg noodles and a fresh vegetable.
Can also be made with chicken cutlets.
A wonderfully rich, yet healthy creamed soup. From Taste of Home Healthy Cooking Dec 2008. You won't believe the richness from a lighter soup. I should mention that being from Maryland, I add Old Bay Seasoning and it takes it right over the top!