I received a lot of interest from last week’s menu plan, which included one of our family favorites, Goopy Chicken. One of my son’s gave it this name because it’s, well, goopy, and it’s much easier to say, “We are having goopy chicken tonight” than saying “We are having chicken with soup, celery and onion”.
After we ate this meal, I realized I forgot to take a photo for the blog. Thankfully there were leftovers. This image is staged, but my husband happily gobbled it up. I’m not a food photographer, so this really isn’t the best picture. The dish, however, is right up there with my list of comfort food favorites.
If you give this a try, I would love to hear your thoughts!
The Chicken was so good and typical comfort food. We’ve tried something very similar, except instead of rice it’s made with stuffing, but this was just as good and there were no leftovers. We will definitely try it again.
The beef tips cooked all day in the crockpot, about 8 hours and the meat was nearly falling apart by dinner time. We served it with egg noodles and broccoli and it was yummy.
A dish we have in our home often is Beef & Bean Chili. This is a carryover recipe from my husband before we were married. We like to make it early on a Friday night when my kids have youth, or another night that we are coming and going. We serve this chili over steamed rice, normally with cornbread. You could eat it by itself, but it is yummy with the rice mixed in. Here’s the recipe: