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Thread: 5-Can Cassarole

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    5-Can Cassarole

    Yes this is a lazy day recipe , 5 cans, 1 -casserole dish You use 1 can each of the following , Add all 5 cans together , mix well & bake 350 degree for 30-35 minutes 1can cream of chicken soup,1can cream of mushroom soup, 1 can chicken meat ( size like tuna),1 small can evaporated milk & 1can Chinese noodle(or bag) Kids LOVE this

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    My Son and his GF might like this, I will make them a basket of ingredients and include the recipe.
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    Thank you for sharing.
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    I'm gone to have to get the noodles. but have eventhing else. will be gaving this a trie soon. thanks for sharing.
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    Thanks for sharing..

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    This is not only a God send for quilting problems but has other great information. Don't consider myself the world's greatest cook, but have bookmarked about three recipes from here in the last couple of days that I plan to make. Thanks so much.

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    I'll have to remember this when I have leftover chicken. That would be about 2 Cups of chicken?

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    wow sounds yummy thanks for sharing!!!
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    This might sound like a dumb question...but what are Chinese noodles?

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    Quote Originally Posted by grandma23 View Post
    This might sound like a dumb question...but what are Chinese noodles?
    Also know as crispy chow mien noodles http://www.lachoy.com/products/noodles.jsp
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    Thank you...then the noodles get soft?

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    Quote Originally Posted by grandma23 View Post
    Thank you...then the noodles get soft?
    That I don't know I've never made this I just know what they are. But with all the liquids I would think yes they get somewhat soft.
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    I gave the ingredients to my son as an Easter basket. He ate all the Chinese noodles w/o making the casserole. So I made it for him with crushed crackers instead. Very good. I can't wait to try it with the Chinese noodles!

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    sounds good.. what size dish?

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    what size dish?

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    9" X 13" . Yes the noodles do get soft

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    Quote Originally Posted by grandma23 View Post
    This might sound like a dumb question...but what are Chinese noodles?
    so glad you asked that!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Billi View Post
    Also know as crispy chow mien noodles http://www.lachoy.com/products/noodles.jsp
    Oh, that answered my question too and I have those..I put them on my tossed salad all the time....sounds like a hood recipe....and I have a half of a roasted chic in fridge...hm, maybe tonites supper.... Thanks

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    Small can evaporate milk? Is that the can about the size of soup can or is there a smaller one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geri B View Post
    Small can evaporate milk? Is that the can about the size of soup can or is there a smaller one?

    So I went to the storeand bought regular size and there was a small, so I bought that too.
    First put in the small can, but it seemed like it needed more liquid, so I opened and used about 1/3 of other can......was ok...just my daughter and I...she suggested maybe next time use a noodle type pasta and some kind of veggie .....we eat lots of veggies here.....and those onion things that we put on top of green bean casserole...so I shall try that next time....yes there will be a next time...good way to use up leftover chicken...which is what I did.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krissy D View Post
    Yes this is a lazy day recipe , 5 cans, 1 -casserole dish You use 1 can each of the following , Add all 5 cans together , mix well & bake 350 degree for 30-35 minutes 1can cream of chicken soup,1can cream of mushroom soup, 1 can chicken meat ( size like tuna),1 small can evaporated milk & 1can Chinese noodle(or bag) Kids LOVE this
    I plan on making this too.
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    I sort of made this -- used 1 soup can of half and half instead of evaporated milk (because this is what I had) and tossed in some frozen veggies. It was very tasty. Thanks for the recipe.
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