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Special Casserole of the Day

Posted by Nancy J. Cohen on April 28, 2011

This is a put-together casserole using leftovers and other ingredients I keep in stock. Substitute whatever food items are in your fridge and pantry.

Cooked Leftover Turkey, Shredded
Cooked Leftover Spaghetti
4 oz Shredded Swiss Cheese
14.5 oz can Mixed Vegetables
14.5 oz can Petite Diced Tomatoes, No Salt Added
1 can Campbell’s Healthy Request Cream of Chicken Soup
Sliced Almonds

Mix first six ingredients in large bowl. Pour into greased casserole dish. Sprinkle nuts on top.

Bake uncovered at 350 degrees until bubbly hot. Serves 4-6.

Notes: You can use chicken instead of turkey, and a package of cooked chicken works just as well as leftovers. Spaghetti or rice will serve for the starch. Any kind of cheese, like cheddar, will do in a pinch. Toss in whatever veggies you have lying around. For the soup, choose cream of chicken, celery, or mushroom soup. My meals are all low in salt, so add seasoning to your taste. As for the almonds, you could also sprinkle slivered almonds, bread crumbs, or Parmesan cheese on top. Bon Appetit!

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4 Responses to “Special Casserole of the Day”

  1. Sounds like satisfying comfort food but nice and easy for those nights we really don’t have time to get fancy – which is most nights around here! 🙂

  2. Definitely comfort food! And it stretches out leftovers for a few more days.

  3. writerwellness said

    What an excellent recipe! May I copy it on my blog Friday Feast in two weeks?
    Joy Held
    Writer Wellness, A writer’s path to health and creativity

    joybeth1109@yahoo.com

  4. Yes, Joy, feel free to copy it as long as you credit my blog with a link.

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