This quick, easy standby is a kid pleaser, for sure, made on the stovetop in minutes, using ingredients you’re likely to have on hand. Especially if you have any leftover or already cooked chicken or turkey. Serve your Updated Chicken a la King over popovers, maybe these easy and fun Popovers in a Muffin Tin and this old farmhouse staple seems fresh and current.
Pizza! Yeah, it’s something to get excited about especially at our house. Especially home-made. Coz where I live, it’s hard to get great great pizza and and the good places always seem to have a line and a long wait. Heck, even the mediocre places do.
I love, love, love to make my own homemade Chicken or Turkey Broth. For years, I made my own then I went through a period of time when I just stopped. A visit to my daughter’s house reminded me what a difference a homemade stock makes, not only in soups but in so many recipes. And while I don’t mind cheating with a boxed or canned or Better Than Bullion now and then, there are some recipes I wouldn’t even think about making without my Best Turkey Broth or Chicken Broth. It’s the stock I make every time we have turkey, and it’s the same recipe I use for my Chicken Stock, too. (If you have a ham bone leftover from your cooking, see my sister post on Ham Stock, Instant Pot or Stovetop.)
If you’re looking for a dynamite casserole, one that practically screams “comfort” and one that’s easy to make, serves a crowd and comes in at a budget, this is the one, Cheesy Chicken or Turkey Noodle Casserole.
This is a casserole that brings casseroles to a whole new level. Bright. Vibrant. Fresh. If you want to look like a genius, serve this Artichoke Chicken or Turkey Casserole to weekend guests for brunch, bring to a buffet or a potluck, or make it, just for your loved ones, on a cold, winter day.