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    This is pretty simple, and has lots of room for enhancements and changes. I love it as is, but one could easily use broccoli, peas, other cheeses and so on. I'd personally like to try adding bacon crumbles, substituting green onions, and experimenting with a crunchier texture. Of course one can use regular chicken breasts cut into pieces, instead of the canned variety.

    Recipe #239912

    Tastes like it sounds. Layered cheese, and meat sauce between tortillas (instead of noodles). The leftovers reheat perfectly, it's inexpensive, and most importantly tastes great!

    Recipe #343500

    My Mom used to make this for us as kids. There's something very comforting about it. It's flavor and texture make it unlike most of the things I cook, so when I crave it, there is no substitute. I like it served over lightly buttered egg noodles, but I'm sure you could use rice or some other starch too.

    Recipe #425980

    This is so quick and easy, I almost can't call it a recipe. Super cheap, kid friendly, and great for beginner cooks. Obviously anything can be added, but I think this makes for a great, simple base for Sloppy Joes.

    Recipe #239459


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