Make your own Side Dish recipes and hundreds of other Jar Gift and kitchen Mix recipes

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  • Side Dish mixes

    Purchasing those "convenient" individual side dish mixes at your local grocery store can take a large chunk out of your monthly grocery budget. Here is a selection of do it yourself side dish mix recipes that you can throw together and keep on hand. They also make lovely additions to gift baskets, care packages and meal baskets.

    1. Alfredo Noodles Mix
    2. All purpose Ground Beef Mix
    3. Apple Almond Rice Mix
    4. Beef Gravy Mix
    5. Beef Noodle Dinner Mix
    6. Beer Batter Mix
    7. boston Baked Beans Mix
    8. Chicken Gravy Mix
    9. Chicken Rice Bake in a Jar
    10. Chicken-Flavored Rice Mix
    11. Chicken/Pork Coating Mix
    12. CornDog Mix
    13. Creamy Herb Rice Mix
    14. Creamy Wild Rice & Mushroom Soup Mix
    15. Curried Rice Mix
    16. Dill Lemon Rice mix
    17. Hamburger Help: original
    18. Instant Refried Beans Mix
    19. Instant Stuffing Mix
    20. Italian Herb & Dried Tomato Risotto Mix
    21. KFC Gravy Mix
    22. Lemon Dill Rice Mix
    23. Parmesan Macaroni Mix
    24. Parmesean Herb Biscuit Mix
    25. Pizza Dough Mix
    26. Seasoned CousCous
    27. Seasoned Noodle Mix
    28. Shake-n-Bake: Italian Style
    29. Shake-n-Bake: Pork
    30. Shrimp Shake-n-Bake
    31. Stove-Top Stuffing- Clone
    32. Uncle Ben's-Style Seasoned Long Grain & Wild Rice Mix (clone)
    33. Veggie Burgers
    34. Veggie Rice Soup in a Mug
    35. Yellow Rice Mix


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