Easy, using ingredients you have! My family loves this soup. I didn't find anything like it popping up when I put the title into Zaar's search engine. This is a comforting soup that just might create fond memories for your family...if they love sweet potatoes and peanuts!
This is Betty Crocker's chicken pot pie version with a couple minor adjustments. It's a great recipe! We gobble up this pie and frown a bit upon realizing the last slice is gone. Homemade crust sends this over the top...but use pre-made crusts if you'd like. Enjoy!
This is from Betty Crocker's "Good and Easy Dinners" with my adaptation. Go mild or spicy...it's up to you. This is good for when you don't have any meat defrosted for dinner but you want something hearty, pretty and kid-pleasing. (It qualifies also as pure comfort food - bonus!) For the crushed tortilla chips, try a combo of Doritos and plain Tostitos...Fritos are good, as well.
Feel free to use this as a base and jump off at will with veggies and herbs. This is good for a little bit of zucchini, a little bit of fresh red pepper, a little leftover pasta in the bottom of the boxes...you get the idea. Great with grilled chicken.
From "What's for Dinner?" by Maryana Vollstedt. A combination of grains and pasta with subtle herb seasoning, slightly chewy. I was happy to find that my whole family loved this...even the 5 year old! Hooray! It's delicious.
This comes from a Sunset cookbook compilation, in the section titled "Low Fat Italian." I made this when my wonderful vegetarian nephew came for dinner, and we all thought it was heavenly. It's a little bit like an oven-baked frittata. I used a mix of zucchini and yellow summer squash.
This is my variation on "Grandma Dinner" served at my mom's house to her happy, hungry grandkids. It is homey, comforting fare... not gourmet, not too spicy, but quite satisfying when you're in the mood for a delicious ground beef casserole. Perfect with a hunk of crusty bread and a salad.
A lovely side dish -- from "What's For Dinner" by Maryana Vollstedt. (Note: if you find your orzo sticking to the bottom of the pan after cooking, just remove from the burner and place on a hotpad with the lid on -- let it sit about 5 minutes, then stir.)
This might not be for "everyone"...but we have found it curiously yummy for a week night meal without meat. If you love sweet potatoes and want to try them in a savory mix of black beans, rice and cumin...then come on! If you want a richer sauce, add 1 T. butter to the orange juice mixture. (Recipe compliments of Betty Crocker.)
A meatless winner from Betty Crocker. Fast, easy and even my non-green-vegetable eaters shovel this in! Bonus: Low calorie! (Up the cayenne if you want it hotter, or just pass hot sauce at the table.) I also like to toss in some toasted almonds.