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Menu or 1/1/09 - 1/9/09

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by , 01-01-2009 at 05:41 PM (2533 Views)
Did a menu plan for the first 9 days of the month.

1/1 Runza Casserole
Salad
1/2 Cola pork chops (new recipe)
Rice
Veg.
Salad
1/3 Crock Pot. Potato chowder
HM Roll
1/4 Sticky Chicken
Mashed Sweet Potatoes
Coleslaw
1/5 Turkey Burgers
Pasta Salad
Baked Beans
1/6 Turkey Roast
Mashed Potatoes/Gravy
Green Beans
Jello
1/7 Leftovers
1/8 Stuffed Shells
Garlic Bread
Corn
1/9 Chicken Brunswick stew in crock pot (New Recipe)
Biscuits



Went to the store yesterday to use up some coupons for $1 off of any fresh express item.
Found some marked down salad mix and coleslaw
1 bag $1.29
1 bag $1.49
1 bag $.79
So after the $3 in coupons I have spent a whole .57.
I will put this in this months total since we will be eating this in January.

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Updated 01-03-2009 at 01:56 PM by Domestic Gal

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  1. TheRootedNomad's Avatar
    What is Runza Casserole?
    (The sticky chicken sounds yummy!)
  2. Domestic Gal's Avatar
    Here is the link to my runza's
    https://www.frugalvillage.com/forums/...ighlight=runza

    But for the Runza casserole I do not make the bread part of it.
    I use pillsbury cresent rolls.
    I use 1 can and take half and roll and press out in a 8 x 8 pan.
    Top with 1/2 runza meat mixture put 4 slices of cheese on it.
    Roll out the other half of the cresent roll put on top of cheese.
    Bake for about 25 minutes on 350 degrees until the cresent rolls are nice and brown.

    For a 9 x 13 pan use 2 cans of cresent rolls and all of the meat mixture.

    As for the sticky chicken I have only made it one time and it is so good.
    Just go to Recipezaar and there are lots of recipes for it on there.
    It is basically marinating the chicken overnight in lots of spices and cooking it on a very low temp. for 5 hours.
    It taste a lot like Boston Market chicken.