Need of recipes!

Angie - posted on 10/10/2008 ( 9 moms have responded )




I love NEW recipes send them my way! Some new casseroles and soups would be great!

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Lynn - posted on 10/28/2008




I posted this on slow cooker conversation too.......but I really like this recipe site. I love the web site they have thousands of recipes and lots of slow cooker recipes.You can sort by rating and read what reviews there are about the recipe. I usually only look and the ones that have been rated lots of times. That way someone else has done the leg work for me. I do try out new ones here and there.
You can even search by ingredients.....just put in what stuff you have in the fridge and let it offer you suggestions on what to make with what you have! It's a great site. Try it! Oh...and it's free!

Amy - posted on 10/27/2008




Ever Popular Meatloaf Supreme

6 sausages (hot or mild)
1 lb ground chicken or turkey
1 lb ground beef
3 jalepeno peppers (if desired)
3 cloves garlic
2 Onions
2 eggs


3 tbsp Balsamic vinegar
1/4 cup brown sugar
3 tbsp ketchup

Chop jalepeno peppers, onions and garlic. In a bowl, mix all ingredients. Put in loaf dish or casserole dish.

In a separate bowl, mix balsamic vinegar, ketchup and sugar and set aside.

Cook meatloaf at 375 F for 2 1/2 hours. At the end of the 2 1/2 hours, spoon glaze over top of loaf and bake for another 15 min. Serve with garlic bread.

Amy - posted on 10/27/2008




This is a great meal that incorporates veggies with meat. And it's easy to do!

Chicken Cheese and Broccoli

6 Chicken Legs or Breasts
Garlic (to taste)
1 - 2 Onions
1 cup shredded cheddar or cheddar/mozza mix
2 cups rice
2 cans Cream of Broccoli soup
1 can chicken broth
1 bunch broccoli

In a frying pan, salt and pepper chicken pieces and brown them. Stir in chopped onions and garlic.

In a casserole dish, stir in rice with can of chicken broth. Layer chicken pieces, onion and garlic with chopped broccoli and sprinkle of cheese. Cover each layer with coating of cream of broccoli soup.

Cook at 375 F for 3 hours. At the end of the three hours, you can add more cheese if desired and let melt for about 10 minutes.

Hope you enjoy!

Jenna - posted on 10/27/2008




Ham casserole.
Cut up some leftover ham into bit sized pieces, with some broccoli, peas, and whatever veg you think the kids will eat. add it to about 2 cups cooked and drained short pasta, and a jar of alfredo sauce. bake until golden on top. Kids love it, and the veggies go down without a fight.

Dawna - posted on 10/27/2008




I'm trying to lose weight, and found this fabulous chili recipe. FIlling, yummy, and HEALTHY!

Hearty Turkey Chili:
Cooking spray
1 tsp canola oil
1 large onion, chopped
2 med garlic cloves, minced
2 med carrots, sliced into thin rounds
1 pound lean ground turkey
2 Tbsp chili powder
1 Tbsp paprika
1 tsp cumin
1-1/2 tsp red pepper flakes
2 med tomatoes, chopped (I used a can of diced tomatoes)
1 C. canned tomato sauce
1 C canned chicken broth (Fat free stuff)
1-1/2 Tbsp apple cider vinegar
1-1/2 C cooked kidney beans, rinsed and drained
1 Med green pepper, chopped (I used a red )
1/2 tsp table salt, or to taste
1/8 tsp black pepper, or to taste
1/4 C chopped scallions (optional)

coat a large pot with the cooking spray. Place over medium heat. Add oil and onion, saute til onion is soft, ~5-7 minutes. Add garlic and carrots: cook until garlic is softened, about 1 minute. Add turkey, brown meat, breaking it up with a wooden spoon as it cooks, about 5 minutes, or until no pink remains. Stir to break up lumps

Add chili powder, paprika, red pepper flakes, cumin, tomatoes, tomato sauce, broth, vinegar, beans and green pepper: bring to a boil. Cover and reduce heat and simmer until meat and vegetables are tender, about 30-45 minutes. Season to taste wiht salt and pepper, garnish with scallions. Yeilds about 1 C/serving, serves 6.

My entire family loved this. Served it with crackers and a salad and tall glass of cold milk!! Yum!

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My house-fullof boys LOVE this recipe...I don't make it often though, because it is not healthy...but it is delish!!!

Homemade Fettucini Alfredo

1 pint heavy Whipping Cream

1/4 stick BUTTER...not margarine or spread

3 tbsp cream cheese

1/2 - 3/4 cup Parmesan cheese

1 tsp garlic powder

grilled chicken, optional, but highly recommended

Cooked baby carrots, Broccoli, Sugar Snap peas, or any other veggie you'd like!

This recipe will comfortably feed 4-5 "normal" appetites...if you're feeding more than 4 adults, or (gulp!) more than 2 teenagers, you may consider doubling the recipe...I haven't had the need to, but I don't see why any leftover sauce can't be frozen for another use...just don't freeze the noodles in the sauce!

Anyway, make enough noodles to feed your family. melt the butter in a pan over medium low heat. Add the cream cheese, and stir with a whisk to ensure smooth melting. Add the cream slowly, continue stirring to ensure that the cream cheese and the cream become smooth in texture. When it is all mixed smooth, add the garlic and the parmesan cheese. Stir constantly, and allow the mix to simmer for a couple of minutes to get completely hot. At this point, you can either mix the sauce and the noodles in one big pot to serve, or allow people to mix it on their plates, depending on your family's preferences. The grilled chicken and vegetables can be mixed on or left separate as well. Yum!

Terri - posted on 10/22/2008




Our family favorite soup is called Cream of Tomato with Cheese Tortellini. Our favorite restaurant used to serve it then they closed. I was desperate and came up with something very close after a little trial and error! And as a bonus it's super or should I say "souper" easy!

1 jar of your favorite spaghetti sauce (or homemade is even better!)
1 can evaporated milk (not sweetened condensed)
1 package tortellini (i've used mini ravioli too)
Parmesan cheese

cook you tortellini according to package directions
heat spaghetti sauce
add milk and stir
add tortellini just before serving
garnish with cheese and enjoy
We love this with warm garlic bread and a great salad!

Kerry - posted on 10/21/2008




ps did i say leave the sausages whole? i have used this recipe on thin sausages also. Beef is th only one it tastes right for, and my brother is a fat paranoic so he boils his sausages first to remove most of the fat. He says it is good, but i think the fat makes the sauce smooth, as long as the brand or type of sausage has a reasonable level of fat only in them. Supermarket sausages not as good in this recipe, ones from the butcher taste best IMHO :))

Kerry - posted on 10/21/2008




I have a family fav recipe that you might like to test out. My brothers and i always loved this one and our kids all love it to. a cheap tasty way to have sausages for dinner. It is tradition in our family to serve this with mashed potato and a green (usually peas).
Golden sausage casserole.
* enough thick beef sausages for each family member (hint mine always eat extra as well)
* 2 table spoons Holbrooks worstishire sauce
* 1 table spoon brown malt vinegar (cornwalls?sp)
* 2 tbls sugar
* 2 tbls self raising flour
* 2 carrots sliced in rings
* 1 large onion sliced in rings
* 1 and a half cups warm water

place sausages sliced onion and carrot in casserole dish, putting some of the carrot/onion underneath the sausages.

Make sauce (this is gonna look strange but it works)
put 2 tablespoons of worstorshire sauce, 1 tbl malt vinegar, and 2 tble sr flour with 2 tblsp sugar (i use raw sugar cause i dont keep white sugar in the house). whisk in the warm water. Pour over sausage .
cook at 180 for around an hour the sauce will thicken and the sausages will look and smell cooked.
Some familys need to double the sauce mix to have enough sauce to reach around half way up the sausages, around half the height of the sides of the dish is ideal.

suggest you try it a couple of times, the sauce is always delicious and kids love it. I think this is an old recipe that my grandmother used during ww2 when she had muy grandfather at home (he was needed to keep the coal coming for the war effort) so in a time of poverty she had to find hearty healthy feeds for grandads heavy job. So this kept him with enough energy and little cost.

good luck and get ready to add it to the family favorites book.

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