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- grill chicken in a large frying pan (I like to use ones that work well for hamburger helper, if that gives you an idea how big)
- boil water for noodles while cooking chicken....use egg noodles....we prefer the no yoke & cholesterol free egg white ones
- Once the egg noodles are done cooking, add to the chicken.
- Add half - 2/3 of the alfredo sauce
- Add one can of chicken gravy (helps thin it out so its not so heavy)
- Add in diced red pepper (we usually use at least one, sometimes two) - OPTIONAL
When the sauce is hot, its ready! Cook longer if you want the red peppers to be mushier, or shorter if you want them still crispy. Usually about 20 min or so from start to finish. We usually make a large batch since it's one of those dishes that are delicious for a few days after
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Last edited by Jessimaaka; April 29th, 2012 at 12:49 PM.
Reason: added detail
Spaghetti is an easy one if we're short on time or supplies. Grilled meat (chicken or pork usually), spinach salad and another side (depending on what we have - quinoa, brown rice or dried beans are the usuals) is another (although I try to do different things with the seasonings to keep it fun even though it's the same set up). Chili is another good one but it's less appetizing in the summer than in the winter.
my quick (but probably not so healthy) is baked pork chops and some ramen noodles. or canned ravioli
we love mac and cheese beef bake also
mac and cheese, hamburger, and cream of mushroom soup, make all then mix together in casserole dish and bake. about 30-45 minutes to make and we eat leftovers for a little bit
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I've been trying to put more effort into it, since I don't do anything except cook and clean, I may as well do a good job of it!
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