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   Casserole Challenge
We are all stay- ing in and enjoying the comforts of
our homes, but it can present some challenges in the cooking department. Since we are not go- ing to the grocery,
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let’s get creative with the cans, boxes, and freezer to make casseroles! Following
is not so much a recipe, but a formula to create endless possibilities.
Casserole Challenge
Choose one (or two) items from each category.
• Protein: (use one pound) Ground beef
(browned, drained, and seasoned), cooked rotisserie chicken, or cubed turkey, diced ham, canned tuna, salmon, or chicken
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    • Vegetables: (Use two cups) Any favor- ite frozen veggie, thawed and drained, any canned veggie, drained, left-over fresh veggies
• Starch: (Use about three cups) Cooked pasta of all shapes and sizes, cooked rice (a microwave packet makes it quick), canned cubed potatoes, drained
• Sauce: (Use two cups) Cream of chick- en, mushroom, celery, potato, or tomato soups, cheddar soup, nacho or queso dip (you can add some mayo, milk, or lemon juice)
• Add-Ins: (Use 1⁄4 cup) Diced celery, onions, water chestnuts, olives, pimen- tos, green chilis, shredded cheese
• Toppings: Crushed potato chips, fried onions, flavored crackers, slivered almonds, crushed corn flakes, shredded cheese
Instructions: Preheat oven to 350 degrees and spray a 9” x 13” casserole dish; set aside. Mix all ingredients except topping in a large bowl and spread into prepared dish. Cover with foil and bake about 45 minutes, remove foil and add topping and continue to bake another 10-15 minutes or until top is lightly browned and casserole is bubbly. Let sit five minutes before serving.
 Fun With
Food
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