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Ann Marcus rated and reviewed the recipe Impossibly Easy Chicken Pot Pie
Impossibly Easy Chicken Pot Pie
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"This is similar to how I make my own chicken pot pie but mine is even simplier than this one. 1 can mixed vegetables 1 can of canned chicken 1 can of cream of chicken soup or mushroom 1 cup of Bisquick 1/2 cup of water or milk or 1/2 of water and 1/2 of milk 1 egg (if I don't have one I don't put it in. Mix first three ingredients in a glass baking dish. Do not drain them unless there is too much liquid. Mix liquid, Bisquick and egg. Pour over the three ingredients. Cook at 425 degrees for 35 to 40 minutes or until brown on top. When I carry this to outtings I just double the recipe and put in a larger glass baking dish. It may take a little longer to brown. I also put something at the base of my oven in case it bolis over."
Posted on 2/22/2008
Ann Marcus rated and reviewed the recipe Hearty Chicken Pot Pie
Hearty Chicken Pot Pie
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"I''ve been making chicken pot pie like this for years with some exceptions. I use water instead of milk and I don''t put an egg in it. It turns out just as good. I also use canned mixed vegetables instead of frozen ones. I use canned chicken also. It is very quick to mix up. I pour in the vegetables, pour in the condensed soup, and then pour the canned chicken in. I then mix it all together then cover with the bisquick and water mixture. I cook at 400 degrees for 45 minutes."
Posted on 10/16/2007
Ann Marcus rated and reviewed the recipe Broccoli Chowder
Broccoli Chowder
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"The recipe sounds excellent. I haven''t tried it yet but would have to do a little thinking about how to make it less salty. My husband is on a very low salt restriction. I would also leave out the celery since neither of us like celery."
Posted on 10/2/2007
Ann Marcus rated and reviewed the recipe Grilled Chicken Fajitas
Grilled Chicken Fajitas
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"This sounds like it would be good. I would probably not grill my chicken and I would not put guccamola on it."
Posted on 7/23/2007
Ann Marcus rated and reviewed the recipe Fajitas for Two
Fajitas for Two
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"I haven''t tried this yet but I would prefer ground beef to the sirlon strips. Also I think it would be better with fresh not frozen peppers and onions. They tend to be a little soggy after frozen."
Posted on 7/23/2007

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Posted 2/22/2008 9:48:50 AM REPORT ABUSE
Impossibly Easy Chicken Pot Pie
Impossibly Easy Chicken Pot Pie
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This is similar to how I make my own chicken pot pie but mine is even simplier than this one. 1 can mixed vegetables 1 can of canned chicken 1 can of cream of chicken soup or mushroom 1 cup of Bisquick 1/2 cup of water or milk or 1/2 of water and 1/2 of milk 1 egg (if I don't have one I don't put it in. Mix first three ingredients in a glass baking dish. Do not drain them unless there is too much liquid. Mix liquid, Bisquick and egg. Pour over the three ingredients. Cook at 425 degrees for 35 to 40 minutes or until brown on top. When I carry this to outtings I just double the recipe and put in a larger glass baking dish. It may take a little longer to brown. I also put something at the base of my oven in case it bolis over.
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Posted 10/16/2007 8:23:34 PM REPORT ABUSE
Hearty Chicken Pot Pie
Hearty Chicken Pot Pie
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I''ve been making chicken pot pie like this for years with some exceptions. I use water instead of milk and I don''t put an egg in it. It turns out just as good. I also use canned mixed vegetables instead of frozen ones. I use canned chicken also. It is very quick to mix up. I pour in the vegetables, pour in the condensed soup, and then pour the canned chicken in. I then mix it all together then cover with the bisquick and water mixture. I cook at 400 degrees for 45 minutes.
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Posted 10/2/2007 6:10:54 PM REPORT ABUSE
Broccoli Chowder
Broccoli Chowder
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The recipe sounds excellent. I haven''t tried it yet but would have to do a little thinking about how to make it less salty. My husband is on a very low salt restriction. I would also leave out the celery since neither of us like celery.
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Posted 7/23/2007 8:46:31 PM REPORT ABUSE
Grilled Chicken Fajitas
Grilled Chicken Fajitas
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This sounds like it would be good. I would probably not grill my chicken and I would not put guccamola on it.
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Posted 7/23/2007 8:42:47 PM REPORT ABUSE
Fajitas for Two
Fajitas for Two
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I haven''t tried this yet but I would prefer ground beef to the sirlon strips. Also I think it would be better with fresh not frozen peppers and onions. They tend to be a little soggy after frozen.
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Posted 6/14/2007 9:32:54 PM REPORT ABUSE
Angel Food Flag Cake
Angel Food Flag Cake
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This looks very good but I think would take a lot of time to do. Instead of fat free whipped topping I would use the sugar free. It tastes just as good.
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