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    This "Caviar recipe is my take on "Texas Caviar". I have tweaked several recipes to make it my own and to meet the tastes of my family and friends. It is always the rave at parties and family gatherings. People always ask for the recipe so I thought I would share it with the world. It is different from any other. Make sure you do not add the avocado and tomato until just before serving as they tend to become mushy. Also, I serve this with "Scoops" because they are a heartier chip and they hold up to this heavy dip. This would also be good served over chicken.

    Recipe #303884

    I have had several variations of chicken casserole but this one beats the band! I just experimented until it was what my family liked. You will see how it differs and how rich and creamy it is by adding just a few more ingredients. Rice makes it go farther. Makes enough to feed 10 people with leftovers! You can add water chestnuts or slivered almonds to add crunch. Cooking time does not include time to boil boneless chicken breasts. Looks delish!!! No calories skimped on here.

    Recipe #302444


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