Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Slow Cookers, Casseroles and Skillets from Gooseberry Patch

"Tis the season for comfort food...
The Winter season that is!

You know those kind of days....
when you come in from the cold and you are frozen to the bone.
Nothing warms you up like good, hearty, comfort food!
is the cookbook I turn to the most because it's packed, 
cover to cover, with down-home, tried and true,
 recipes that will warm you from your head to your toes!
Not only that, each page contains a helpful tip to use in your kitchen,
whether it be to enhance your recipe, plan a festive meal, 
add a little country decor to your home, 
or make your meal more fun and memorable for your family.

You'll find three sections in this cookbook..
Savory Slow Cookers
Cozy Casseroles
Speedy Skillets

Each section has their own sections
Just 5 Ingredients
Easy Family Meals
One Dish Dinners

You are guaranteed to find many recipes that you and your family will enjoy!
So, come on in from the cold
and sit down to a family dinner from
Slow Cookers, Casseroles and Skillets!

Smoky Mountain Skillet
1/4 cup oil
5 to 6 potatoes, peeled or unpeeled, and cubed
1 onion, chopped
salt and pepper to taste
12 oz can roast beef and gravy
1/2 cup water
Heat oil in skillet; add potatoes, onion, salt and pepper.
Cook over medium heat until potatoes are tender and golden.
(I scooped the potatoes out at this point and drained them on paper towels to get the excess oil out of them, then poured the remaining oil out of the pan.)
Add roast beef in gravy and mix in well; stir in water.
Cover skillet and cook over low heat for 15 to 20 minutes.
Serves 5 - 6

6 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
8 oz pkg sliced Swiss cheese
2 10 3/4 oz cans cream of chicken soup
1 3/4 cup stuffing mix
1 cup butter, melted

Place chicken breasts in a lightly greased 13" x 9" baking pan.
Arrange cheese slices over chicken, covering to edges.

Spread soup over cheese., extending to edges.

Sprinkle with stuffing mix.

Drizzle melted butter over stuffing.

Cover and bake at 300* for one hour.
Uncover; continue baking for one additional hour.
(I baked it for 20 more minutes and it was done. I think any longer than that and the stuffing will burn)
Serves 6
 So, head on over to  
and pick up your copy today!

1 comment:

  1. Sounds like a good book. I finally got a skillet, it was one of my Christmas presents!


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