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    Default My dinners for the week

    CP-Taco Soup tortilla chips
    Roast Chicken & Rice green beans/bread
    Beans & Weiners (using cookover night beans) Salad/Bread
    Prospectors Stew- In oven with red potatoes
    Rigatoni (stuffed) & garlic toast
    Easy Chicken & Rice
    CP-Breakfast Casserole & Coffee Cake

    CP-Taco Soup
    1lb ground turkey
    1 family sized can pinto beans ( don't drain)
    1 can chili beans ( don't drain)
    1 can corn whole ( don't drain)
    2 cans diced tomatoes ( don't drain)
    1 can tomato paste
    2 cups water
    1 pkg taco seasoning

    Brown meat & put in CP dump everything else in and let cook on low 6-8 hrs or 4-6 on high. If you cook on high make sure to check the liquid level after 4 hrs. Crockpot vary in temps so yours might run hotter than mine.

    Serve alone or topped with MYO sour cream, shredded cheese, crushed tortilla chips or onion. Whatever you have leftover

    Have leftovers? firm & stretch by adding another can of pinto beans [mash some until firmer] & using it to make burritos or tacos.

    Easy Rice & Chicken *Crockpot recipe
    2 can cream whatever
    2 soup can rice (white or whatever you have)
    2 soup can milk/water (I tend to use 3 cups of water as the baby drinks milk still)
    You might want to add the extra water as it comes out really sticky if not. if unsure of
    your crockpots temps just add 1/2 or just follow recipe. =) No Worries
    Chicken or porkchops put as many pieces as you need
    Mix first 3 together in crockpot.
    Top with meat
    Season to taste
    Cook on low 6-8 hrs

    Tues-6/13
    Prospectors Stew *converted from crockpot to oven
    http://www.aaa-recipes.com/kielbasa/kiel.html
    making it mine-
    Red Potatoes (I used 3 per adult 2 per child and chunked them up)
    1 package of Kielbasa I used 1 package of the ones with the 2 in 1 package
    2 cans of green beans
    1 can sliced mushrooms
    2 can of cream of mushroom soup
    1 soup can of milk/water

    I layered in a big casserole dish as listed above
    and cooked at 300 for 45 mins.
    I also cooked some elbow noodles on the stove top
    I put it on the bottom of the plate before plating the casserole and they loved it.
    It was an easy way to stretch it out alittle more without adding anymore flavor.

    You can look at my blog for recipes..I add them as I have time and it's behind. Feel free to request here or there and I will add.
    http://bluechillies.blogspot.com/

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    Default Re: My dinners for the week

    Prospectors Stew *converted from crockpot to oven
    http://www.aaa-recipes.com/kielbasa/kiel.html
    making it mine-
    Red Potatoes (I used 3 per adult 2 per child and chunked them up)
    1 package of Kielbasa I used 1 package of the ones with the 2 in 1 package
    2 cans of green beans
    1 can sliced mushrooms
    2 can of cream of mushroom soup
    1 soup can of milk/water

    I layered in a big casserole dish as listed above
    and cooked at 300 for 45 mins.
    I also cooked some elbow noodles on the stove top
    I put it on the bottom of the plate before plating the casserole and they loved it.
    It was an easy way to stretch it out alittle more without adding anymore flavor.


    This sounds promising. Gonna have to try this one.
    Always on the look out for new recipes and other's menus to get new ideas.
    Thanks for sharing!

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