“Obviously, I’d very much want to bring a supper.” This assertion emerges from a southern lady’s mouth as fast as “Favor your heart!” We bring dinners for each event… birth of a youngster, ailment, memorial services, moving into another home, starting a new position… the rundown is boundless. Regardless of whether you like to cook, foster a couple of plans as your “feast on wheels” when an event emerges. I have observed that Chicken Wild Rice Casserole is my top choice “to go” formula. I as a rule keep the fixings close by so my planning time does exclude an outing to the supermarket. This formula likewise fits multiplying the fixings… You should take care of your family moreover! To be ready, make two goulashes and freeze them.
“Extra dinners” in your cooler will favor your family and intrigue your companions.
Chicken Wild Rice Casserole
6 – 8 Chicken Breasts
1 c. Water
1 c. White Cooking Wine
1/2 c. Margarine
1 (8oz.) bundle cut Mushrooms
1/2 c. Celery, cleaved
1/2 t. Salt
1/2 t. Curry
1 (8 oz.) Sour Cream
1 can Cream of Mushroom soup
2 boxes of Uncle Ben’s Wild Rice
Bubble chicken in water, white wine, salt and curry. Cook Hand Harvest Wild Rice rice as indicated by bundle bearings with the exception of utilization a large portion of each stock and water. Cleave chicken. Cook celery and mushrooms in margarine. Blend all fixings. Top with cheddar. Prepare at 350 degrees for 40 – 50 minutes.
Tip: As you blend the goulash, ensure that it has a sodden consistency. Additional water might be added to accomplish the ideal outcome. Goulash freezes well.
Speed Tip: If time doesn’t allow cooking the chicken, discard the initial step. Purchase a rotisserie chicken from the supermarket and slash. While cooking the rice, utilize one jar of chicken stock as a piece of the water to give added flavor to the dish.
I want to believe that you partake in this formula as you clergyman to other people!
Ivy Johnson, the Ivy League Mom, is the maker of Families for Him. Ivy mixes her experience as an Education Specialist in rudimentary schooling with her active experience of being a mother of four kids to impart to others tried and true methodologies of dealing with a bustling family. Ivy is the creator of the 2010 Family Organizer which won basic approval by the Character Coalition,