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  1. #21
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    Its up to you, I usually add a can of each, but then the entire mixture barely fits into the casserole dish. So I guess it depends on how big your dish is



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    Wow, and I'm being super dense now, long night. Not pinto beans - they are garbanzo beans. Oops! Sorry



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    In a casserole dish, throw in:
    1 lb egg noodles (cooked)
    2 cans of tuna
    2 cans of cream of chicken soup
    crumble potato chips on top
    cook at 350 for about 30 min (or until its not gooey anymore)

    not the healthiest... but very cheap, fast and yummy
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bedazzle View Post
    Wow, and I'm being super dense now, long night. Not pinto beans - they are garbanzo beans. Oops! Sorry
    Noted.



  5. #25
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    Wow these are great suggestions and now I am hungry!

    Here is one I just did. I would use better sauce next time but DH loved it and so did DS, I am just a total salt whore so it was too sweet for me (tomato sauce).

    Friendship Casserole:

    http://www.mommyskitchen.net/2010/02...riend.html?m=1

    And since DH and DS count as friends (lol) I just made the next one the next day. DH works out of town this week so it will be nice to have easy foods DS loves ready in the fridge.

    These all sound amazing... Keep 'em coming.

    Here is another I tried... DS likes it, and it wasn't bad but it doesn't reheat very moistly.

    http://jujugoodnews.com/taco-pasta-bake/



  6. #26
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    Default Italian Sausage and Lentil Bake

    curly pasta
    tomato paste and drained diced tomatoes
    cooked lentils (not overdone leave slightly crunchy)
    cooked italian sausage
    sauteed onion and plenty of green peppers
    mix all together in a casserole dish

    bake 350 top with parmesan cheese (can add bacon!) close to end.

    nice nutty flavor with the lentils.
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  7. #27
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    Not a casserole, but does have veggies mixed in with the meat...

    Martha Stewart promoted her meatloaf on the Today Show last month. It was what I've been looking for for years.

    The powdered mustard definitely has to be Colman's. And using a loaf pan that size really makes a difference. It seems small, you have to pile the contents high - but that's why it needs a cookie pan underneath.

    I didn't even think I had a food processor, then remembered the "Magic Bullet" my exSO gave me for Xmas a few years ago ("buy one, get one free!") and it actually did the job.

    But the most important part is, the meatloaf is great, and meatloaf sandwiches the next day just as good.

    http://www.recapo.com/today-show/tod...th-vegetables/
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  8. #28
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    Quote Originally Posted by KateMcCall View Post
    In a casserole dish, throw in:
    1 lb egg noodles (cooked)
    2 cans of tuna
    2 cans of cream of chicken soup
    crumble potato chips on top
    cook at 350 for about 30 min (or until its not gooey anymore)

    not the healthiest... but very cheap, fast and yummy
    Ha, my family made the same recipe, minus the chips. I still make it every once in a while.

    Ok, I have one. It doesn't have a name. I just call it Leftover Ham and Potato Thing.
    It's for when you have a bunch of leftover Honey Baked Ham.

    Butter a big casserole dish
    Preheat oven to 400
    Thinly slice up 1 yellow onion. Add a TBS of butter to skillet and brown onions until carmelized. Set aside.
    Thinly slice up about 4-5 lbs of peeled potatoes. I use a food processor or a mandolin.

    In large saucepan (big enough to hold all the potatoes), medium heat, melt 3 TBS of butter. Add 3 TBS of flour and whisk to make rue. Cook for 1 minute. Slowly whisk in 2 1/2 cups chicken stock.
    Add 1/2 cup whipping cream and 1/2 container Creme Freche (1/2 cup) and bring to a slow boil. Add salt and pepper to taste and dash of fresh nutmeg. Simmer until starts to thicken.
    Add potatoes and onions to sauce and stir to coat. Remove from heat.

    Put a layer of potatoes in dish. Add pieces of ham on top. Pour remaining potatoes in layer on top.

    Bake for about 1 hour 40 minutes or until knife slides through potatoes easily.

    This is not a healthy recipe.
    You are what you dare.



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    Lazy Stuffed Cabbage
    (caveat: not sure a toddler will go for this one)

    Shred a small head of cabbage
    Saute a large onion chopped with a couple cloves garlic in olive oil
    When onions are softened and just starting to brown add 1# ground beef (or turkey) and saute until no longer pink.
    Season with S&P. I like to add some dried basil too.
    Stir in a large (28oz?) can of diced tomatoes and 1 cup quick-cooking rice (Minute Rice)
    Layer in a 9X13 pan alternating cabbage with beef mixture.
    Top with shredded mozzarella - about 2 cups (I like it cheesy) - and bake covered with foil until bubbling - about 25-30min @ 375F, then remove foil and bake until cheese just starts to brown.

    Cheaters Pierogi

    Makes enough for a (buttered) 9X13 pan
    Boil 1 large bag wide egg noodles
    Boil 3# - about 5 - red potatoes and mash
    Saute a large chopped onion until browned.
    You can saute chopped bacon with the onion and drain all the fat off.
    Put 1/2 the potatoes in the pan top with 1/3 of 3 cups shredded cheddar cheese then 1/3 of the noodles.
    Layer 1/3 of the onions (or onions/bacon) on top of that
    Repeat layers 2 more times: potatoes, noodles, onion, cheese
    Bake uncovered @ 350 for 30-45 min until cheese is melted
    Serve with sour cream & chopped chives.
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