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    Default Quick & Easy Chicken Meal

    1 pkg long grain & wild rice
    1 1/2 cups cubed cooked chicken
    1 can french-fried onions

    Cook rice. Add chicken. Top with onions. Voila!

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    Now, that's my kind of recipe -- thanks!

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    I modified the recipe a little by adding a regular sized can of cream of mushroom soup (mixed with a half-can of milk = $0.65), a tablespoon of minced garlic ($0.02), and a can of drained green beans ($0.39) that I had hanging out in the back of the cabinet.

    Absolutely delicious!
    We all have the extraordinary coded within us, waiting to be released.

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    Default Re: Quick & Easy Chicken Meal

    Quote Originally Posted by Pyxidragon View Post
    I modified the recipe a little by adding a regular sized can of cream of mushroom soup (mixed with a half-can of milk = $0.65), a tablespoon of minced garlic ($0.02), and a can of drained green beans ($0.39) that I had hanging out in the back of the cabinet.
    Absolutely delicious!
    Even by today's prices, this would still be a cheap meal. I would probably add a diced onion and sliced mushrooms while everything was cooking just to complete it a bit more.
    Even with the additions, it would probably come in under $5 total. Sounds good to me.

 

 

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