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Another dish is rice,can of crushed tomatoes,ground beef,onion,green pepper and tomato juice...toss it in the oven and let the juices mix together while it cooks.
The tomato juice is the liquid that cooks the rice. (mmmmm)
originally posted by: Benevolent Heretic
New Mexico Style Enchiladas.
Tortilla chips, ground, cooked buffalo, green pepper, onion, olives, jalapeno, can of enchilada sauce, cheese. YUM!
originally posted by: theabsolutetruth
As I like moist food, casseroles are great for me.
Some of my favourite casseroles are:
Chicken chasseur: Chicken (browned first), onions (caremalised first), carrots, parsnip (sauteed first), garlic, white wine, chicken stock, fresh herbs, seasoning.
Coq au vin: as above but with plenty red wine
Chicken Supreme: Chicken and onions as above, garlic, mushroom (sauteed first), chicken stock, fresh herbs, seasoning, fresh cream /soya cream / creme fraiche.
Goulash: Chicken and onions as above, red and green peppers, garlic, tomato, tomato puree, sweet smoked paprika, chicken stock, cream /soya cream / creme fraiche.
Seafood bisque: lobster /crab / prawn / squid / smoked white fish / salmon, garlic, tomato puree, pinch turmeric or saffron, brandy, fish stock, seasoning, cream / soya cream / creme fraiche
Beurre manié can be added to all of these to thicken the sauce or a roux made before adding the liquid ingredients. In winter I sometimes add dumplings, which are cooked in the casserole for the last 20 mins, made of olive oil / butter, flour, seasoning, fresh herbs, self raising flour, baking powder, water and milk / almond milk / soya milk.
There are so many more. Best enjoyed with fresh crusty French bread.
originally posted by: chiefsmom
That sounds so good, but did you forget something? Do you bake it? For how long?