This is a good company as well as family dish that I have served for 15 years. I tripled the recipe and had a "dinner for 10" a week ago. It was a hit. I am posting this at the request of my guests. There is NO SOUP in this dish. But the ingredients and steps are SIMPLE and EASY for an elegant tasting meal. Your choice whether to use the chicken with/without bones and skin.
This is a very tasty, easy to fix recipe. It was given to me by a teacher I taught with in Texas. We eat it frequently. I want this recipe in my cookbook so I can print out the ingredients on my shopping list.
It's EASY AND TASTY! We ate a dish like this at Mr. Steak in Mpls. many years ago. We loved it so much that my DH spent time figuring out what was in it and came home to make it. It's probably not the exact recipe they used - but we've been enjoying this simple recipe for years.
A good friend gave me this recipe about 25 years ago after I ate these crepe like pancakes with yogurt on them at her house and enjoyed it thoroughly. (I had never been a yogurt or cottage cheese eater previously.) My kids have grown up loving this delightfully different dinner. We top it with a variety of fruit flavored yogurts. I serve it as a dinner meal served with sausage or canadian bacon. The left overs are great spread with yogurt and rolled up and eaten cold as snacks.
This recipe is great for breakfast on special occasions like slumber parties, Christmas morning, and a special send off when going back to college, etc ... It is always associated with fond memories at my house, both for the event and for the wonderful taste.
This is another VERY QUICK and EASY, yet VERY TASTY soup. This recipe was handed down to me by my mother (who would usually rather eat out than cook). My family loves this with a salad and bread. It is comforting on a cold winter day.
This yummy recipe is and has been a staple and favorite dish in our family esp. at Thanksgiving and Christmas for many years. We like the tang of the cranberry softened with the other ingredients. It makes a wonderful side dish and can pass as a dessert, too. It would be good anytime you were serving a turkey, chicken or ham dish.
I was given this recipe a few years ago at a Weight Watchers meeting. It is a favorite of my family and at potlucks. My kids don't care it is low in fat & calories - they just like the taste. This was before the point system - so I don't know the values of it.
I have had this recipe for many years, and do not remember where I originally got it. The dressing really sets the salad off, adding a wonderful sweet and sour tang to the salad. This salad makes an attactive, colorful place setting. Pleasing to the eye and palate. Preparation time does not include cooking the chicken.
This was my grandmother's recipe. She was a preacher's wife and frequently entertained and/or participated in pot-lucks. It makes enough to fill 2 casserole dishes. My family and others who have eaten it always love it. I usually use one casserole to serve when I have company and freeze a smaller one to use later with just the family.
I was given this recipe by an older woman from OK, 30 years ago. It is always a hit with adults who spend time trying to figure out the ingredients as the chili sauce makes it look like it has some kind of ground meat in it, and they can see the eggs and vegetables. This is not particularly a kid-favorite - because of the vegies. Prep-time does not include boiling the eggs.