I invented this recipe a long time ago and make it when I have leftover chicken. It's quick and made with simple ingredients. Feel free to make substitutions and experiment with it. Fresh or frozen broccoli. Cream of chicken soup or cream of mushroom. Any type of cooked chicken will do, but I prefer breast. If the leftover chicken has been marinated or seasoned, it will be a bonus. Any type of small pasta. Cheeses are flexible as well. I often use a combination of whatever I have on hand. Just be sure its sliced or shredded so that it melts quickly.It's a great all in one meal to keep on the stove on nights when family members are coming and going at different times.
Like apple crisp, but a springtime desert. IMO 10 times better. Serve alone, with ice cream or whipped cream. I got this from cooks.com but had to guess the remainder of the recipe as it ended at step 2.
This concoction was passed down from my grandmother who cooked with what she had on hand at the time and who never measured anything. It's sounds odd but is one of my favorite hearty, comfort foods. It's like spaghetti without the carbs. Even healthier if you substitute ground turkey for the ground beef.
I've always enjoyed steamed or boiled asparagus - Until I discovered roasted asparagus. I got it from food newtork. It was intended to be a side dish but my family ate most of it while we were waiting for the rest of the meal to finish cooking. In learned some time ago (food Network again) that lage stalks, peeled, offer a much meatier, flavorful vegetable than the skinny ones.
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