Sunday, July 6, 2008

Again no sewing....

Another boring post, but, it comes along with another wonderful photo courtesy of my cousin L. Isn't this a great photo!? Had to spruce up my post with a photo! 8-)

Been up since 4am. Couldn't sleep.
Helped hubby lay sod in the back yard.... well, I only helped by watering the topsoil, and sod... 8-)
Doing laundry, and soon I shall drag my tired, sorry butt, over to my parent's for a family dinner, in honor of DD#2 that is going
"down under" for a month traveling. She leaves Tuesday...EARLY!

Here is the Chicken Noodle Casserole recipe, mind that it is just something I have been slapping together for years. Just something out of my own head! Goes great with a salad, or cooked veggies on the side.

Myra’s Chicken Noodle Casserole
Read all before preparing...as with all recipes! 8-)

Left over cooked Chicken cubed, or
3-4 chicken breasts, cube cut and cook, cooled, or 2 cans of White Chicken meat

3-4 cups cooked elbow noodles, cooled

2 cup grated Cheddar Cheese, ¾ to mix in, and ¼ to sprinkle on top

1, 1½ , to 2 cans Cream of Mushroom Soup, or Cream of Chicken Soup - depending on how creamy you want it.

half can or so of milk, sometimes I use sour cream instead...

4 green onions, chopped

1 cup of frozen peas (optional) - I dump them in with the noodles when the noodles have been cooking for about 5-6 minutes, then continue boiling the lot until the noodles taste ready.

Salt & Pepper to taste

Whisk soup, milk, salt and pepper, in a large bowl. Add the rest of the ingredients, except ¼ of the cheese. Dump into a greased casserole dish, pat down, and top with remaining cheese.
Bake uncovered at 350 for about 30-45 minutes, depending on your oven.


Veronica said...

Here's another recipe to add to my collection. It sounds great! I hope to try it this week. All your projects are wonderful eye candy.

Lynn Douglass said...

Sounds yummy! I'll give it a try the next time our temps drop below 100! Thanks for sharing!

Julia said...

Thanks for the recipe Myra.
this is perfect comfort food for our cold evenings ..

Kizzy said...

Hi Myra I like to cook and your ricipe sounds good, will sure give it a try,I love you blog. and will be comming back soon, kizzy