A fresh and savory mix of flavors. This is a nice weeknight dinner--I prep the ingredients the night before, then turn into crock pot before leaving for work. Frozen chicken doesn't need to be defrosted ahead of time. Don't forget to sprinkle parmesan on top--it's a crucial last step! **After reading 1st review and making this again I was reminded that I normally do add more water than the original recipe called for, so I have updated amounts below!**
A sweet-tasting alernative to the usual dips. Great on buttery crackers, and only 3 ingredients! This is an old recipe, but I bet it would be even better with the "whipped" cream cheese you can get now.
Kind of a cross between corn chowder and baked potato soup, but with a salty tang. This creamy, cheesy concoction is really delicious and very quick to make. Great for using leftover ham (and for sneaking vegetables into your diet).
I know some people are Jello purists, but for those who like all the pizzazz this recipe has a great balance of yummy add-ins. Great for potlucks or Easter dinner. For lower cal version, use sugar-free jello, low fat sour cream, and substitute Splenda for sugar. The layering time is included in preparation estimate, but not the chill time after completion.
A hearty, unpretentious dish for folks who like their meat and potatoes. Chops are fall-off-the-bone tender and permeated with the flavor. I usually throw some cut potatoes in the casserole dish to eat as a side.
A fun and easy recipe for camping or for the back porch. I like the classic green pepper/onion flavor, and chops are always moist. Sauce goes great over mashed potatoes. An easy meal kids will love (well, after they pick off the pepper and onion anyway).