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09-11-2019 06:44 PM
I love a pot roast and vegetables cooked with tomato soup, garlic, and Worcestershire sauce, chili, homemade (only) spagetti with angel hair noodles, and meatloaf with muchroom gravy.
I also am crazy over this dish which can be made A DAY AHEAD and reheats in servings perfectly as if just made! My Foods students swooned over this one, salads and garlic bread.
Preheat to 350 degrees
Butter a large, deep casserole
2 tsp. granulated garlic
2 cans tomato sauce
1 pkg small egg noodles
2 tbs. chives
1 lg. cream cheese, softened
1 lg sour cream
½ cup grated cheddar cheese
Brown ground round in small amt of oil.
Pour off all fat. (I put mine in a colander and run hot water over it to
Get all the fat off)
Add garlic and tomato sauce, simmer 15 minutes.
In bowl mix cream cheese and sour cream (I use a hand mixer)
Stir in chives.
Cook egg noodles in water with a small amt of oil for time to be used in other recipes.
In sprayed casserole layer:
½ cheese mixture ( dot it around and connect the dots)
½ meat mixture
Sprinkle with cheddar. Heat about 30 minutes. Cheddar shouldn’t brown.
Can be made and refrigerated overnight. Bake ONE HOUR.
09-12-2019 11:02 AM
I can eat soups year round but I especially crave them through the fall and winter months. We had cooler weather for about three weeks but this week the heat and humidity are back. When the heat breaks, I'll be making chili and my SW Chicken Tortilla Soup.
09-12-2019 11:30 AM
It’s still hot and humid in Iowa, but I am already thinking about apple yeast bread, French apple cake, and apple crisp. I haven’t fixated on the entrees yet.... Hmmm.... what’s the old adage! “Life’s short. Eat dessert first!”
09-12-2019 11:54 AM
It's still in the high 90s here, so no cravings for soups, chilis, or anything that involves turning on an oven.
I'm looking forward to more orange squashes (acorn, butternut, spaghetti) in more stores and on more menus and more roasted vegetables. I look forward to making more chili and chicken soup, but that probably won't happen until at least November.
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