What are your favorite Southern dishes....Want to share the recipes..??..
I think they also call that 'Chicken-etti' but they add in the spiced tomatoes or 'rotel tomatoes' - either way sounds delish!Chicken Spaghetti:
2 cups diced (or cut up small) boneless chicken
1 can cream of chicken soup
1 cup milk
2 cups shredded cheddar, save 1 cup for topping
7-8oz spaghetti, cooked
Mix it all together except for the 1 cup of shredded cheddar, turn into a buttered baking dish, top with cheese, and bake at 350F for about 1/2 hour, or until it's bubbly and the cheese topping is melted.
I so agree that its not frugal and truly is a treat whenyou hit the drive through lol I do not deep fry anything in the house...and I despise it when my dad shallow fries anything....oil everywherePlain ol' fried chicken.
Drive to a Popeye's (or better, Raising Cane if you're feeling richer)
Turn into drive through...
Ok. Not the frugal way, but I never fry chicken, so buy it out once in a while for a treat. I could eat it every day, but have to be grown up about this.
Our local Piggly Wiggly (grocery store) sells fried chicken in the deli... $3.99 for 8 pcs of dark and white meat. It's way better than Walmart deli and for the money much better than KFC. Works for me and there's no mess to clean up.I so agree that its not frugal and truly is a treat whenyou hit the drive through lol I do not deep fry anything in the house...and I despise it when my dad shallow fries anything....oil everywhere
Well, here's a belated welcome...This is one of my family's favorite recipes for a tasty southern peach cobbler.I'm a fairly new southern belle... only been in the south (Alabama) for a lil over 2 years after being born and raised in the north (Michigan). Can beat beans, turnip or collard greens, banana pudding and cobber in my book. BTW... looking for an authentic tried and true southern cobbler recipe if anyone has one...
YES!! Of course, we all know that it's not the best for us, so we have to compensate in our diets...but it's awfully good...Love Southern cooking, it's what I grew up on. Fried chicken, chicken and dumplings, chicken and dressin', country fried steak,
fried catfish, fried green tomatoes, pinto beans with fried taters and cornbread. I guess us Southern folks like our fried foods!