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    2 Reviews |  By Kyene

    I adapted the rice and chicken bake from the Campbell cookbook because I had no mushroom soup. So here is my take on it.

    Recipe #414970

    1 Reviews |  By Kyene

    This isn't breakfast exclusive, but it's very easy to make for those mornings before your coffee is done brewing. All the measurements are loose, because this is made on a single piece of toast, so you can eyeball how much you want/need. Also, you can put whatever seasonings you feel like on it. Sometimes I put crushed red pepper flakes on there. This is single serving, but I think you can manage to make more than one! Enjoy.

    Recipe #374217

    1 Reviews |  By Kyene

    Partly inspired by a roommate and my own need for something sweet without much effort. Of course very easy to adjust for servings. 1 half sandwich is plenty for one person, but I won't blame you if you want a whole one.

    Recipe #432412

    1 Reviews |  By Kyene

    Experiment! Turned out pretty thick but good. There is probably a smarter way to make this, like making the sauce separate, but I'm a big fan of one dish meals. Also thought of adding a can of chopped green chilies.

    Recipe #452607

    1 Reviews |  By Kyene

    Simple one dish meal. I used peas but you could really use anything you had or felt like. And I have a heavy hand with garlic, so if you don't like it so much lessen the amounts.

    Recipe #430765

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