Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Ham and Swis Casserole

1 8 oz wide egg noodles, cooked and drained
2 C ham, cubed
2 C swiss cheese, shredded
1 C cream of mushroom soup
1 C sour cream

In a 9x13 pan, layer noodles, ham and cheese. mix lightly. in a seperate bowl, mix the soup and sour cream together. pour soup mix over the other ingredients in the pan. ***If freezing slightly undercook the noodles. If not freezing, bake at 350* for 45 minutes. cover for the first half of baking.

Salsa Chicken

4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
1 24 ox jar salsa
1 8 oz pkg cream cheese
1 pkg. tortillas

Cook chicke and salsa in a slow cooker on high for 3 hours. Shred chicken and add cream cheese. cook until cream cheese is melted. ***Freeze in freezer bag. Otherwise, spray a frying pan with cooking spray and fry tortillas until browned. put mixture on tortilla and roll up.

Chicken Macaroni Bake

I wanted to post a few more freezer meals recipes so I know where they are...

2 Cups chicken, cooked and cubed
1 1/2 C uncooked elbow macaroni
2 C shreeded cheddar cheese
1 C Cream of chicken soup
1 C milk
1 C mushrooms, optional, drained
1/4 tsp pepper

In a large bowl, combine chekcne, macaroni, cheese, soup, milk,mushrooms and pepper. Pour into a greased 9x13 pan. Cover and bake at least 350* for 60-65 minutes or until macaroni is tender. ***May freeze in a freezer bag before cooking.

Sunday, May 31, 2009

Deer Taco's

In my family growing up hunting was always a big part of my dad's and brothers lives. I even went with them a couple of times and enjoyed it. Last fall I went with my dad deer hunting and ended up getting one. You really don't get a lot of meat off of a deer but I do have many baggies in my freezer that I would like to eat up before we go again this fall. Steve my husband is not a big fan of deer meat until he tried it this way that I did last night. We have agreed that it is the best, if not only:), way of eating deer meat. Thanks Mark and Angie for the recipe!

Deer Taco's

- deer meat
- HERDEZ hot sauce ( this is the key ingredient here so you have to get it,I got it at my local Cooks in the Mexican aisle, there are also a couple of different varieties and we used the salsa ranchera, seriously, I love this new found sauce and will use it with all of my mexican dishes.)
- corn tortillas
- limes
- cilantro
- cheese
- any other taco toppings you want

*Cut up your deer meat into the tiniest sized peices you can, at least smaller than bites size, and cook in skillet until juices run dry.
* (depending upon your taste, we used a half of can) Add hot sauce to meat and cook until it dries up.
* Cook your corn tortillas in skillet, add deer meat, cilantro, cheese and squeeze some lime juice on top and you are done.
* If you have any deer meat you really need try this!