Gobble-Good Turkey Bake was a hit! Delicious AND easy. It was ready to go in the oven when the oven beeped telling me it was preheated. That’s fast. And that was with me stopping to take pictures. Ben really REALLy enjoyed it. Two BIG helpings. Here you go. Try it, you’ll like it!
Gobble-Good Turkey Bake
- 10 3/4 oz can cream of mushroom soup
- 10 3/4 oz can cream of celery soup
- 1 1/2 c milk
- 1 oz packet onion soup mix
- 1 cup long-cooking rice, uncooked
- 2-3 cups cooked turkey, cubed
Combine all ingredients in a lightly greased 13 x 9 baking pan; stir. Cover and bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes or until hot and rice is tender. Serves 6.
Told you it was quick and easy! Trust me it was delicious too.
And check out that pan! Yep I used Chinet’s NEW Disposable Bakeware and it is amazing. Seriously. It truly is non stick. It was truly sturdy. No bending or buckling. And when we were finished with supper I just popped on the plastic lid that came with it and put it in the refrigerator. Lunch tomorrow
I want to encourage you to go check out their website. So cool! Four sizes for your every baking need. I just think about how great these will be at the holidays. Bake a Christmas Treat and give as a gift right in the pan with a clear lid. Just tie with a bow and go! I will be showing and tell you about my experiences with them as we go along with two weeks of great recipes made in great disposable pans.
picture from myChinet.com
Now I suppose you would like to know how to enter to win one of these great prizes. Nothing new there. You comment you are entered. At the end of the giveaway, I will draw a name. Super easy I think. Well, let’s add a little something to this. Make you work a little harder for such a great pair of prizes. In your comment tell me what you love about Autumn. That’s not too much to ask. I suppose it’s only fair that I share something too.
Autumn, how do I love thee? I love shorter days. Cooler nights. Bluer skies. I love Autumn’s holidays. I love Autumn’s food. I love Autumn’s colors. I love the word, Autumn. I love thick socks. And cardigans. Quilts on the beds. The sound of leaves rustling. I love flannel shirts and sheets and pj’s.
Autumn is in you as much as around you. It’s a feeling. It’s a scent. It’s a taste. And it is different for everyone. It’s a memory. Déjà vu. The first day of school whether it be kindergarten or college. The smell of bus fumes, newly sharpened pencils, paste and floor wax. It’s a new notebook with nothing written in it. A new outfit you and your mom picked out just for that first day of school. It’s anticipation of how your favorite hockey or football team will fare. It’s tailgate parties and homecoming dances. It’s planting an Autumn garden and harvesting the last of your Summer crops. It’s that first bowl of chili. Its pumpkins on your porch and the beginning of the best family times of the year.
Now it’s your turn. You don’t have to carry on like I did. You can if you like but just a sentence or two is great too. I really do want to know what you all love about Autumn.
To enter this Early Bird Review and Giveaway: All you have to do is leave a comment at the end of each post pertaining to this giveaway and Early Bird Review and consider yourself entered. I will be posting amazing recipes from this book over the next two weeks and then on Monday the 14th of May, I will draw a name from the trusty mason jar and announce the winner. You have a few chances to get your name in the drawing. And of course it would be nice of you to tell your friends if you have facebook or a blog of your own.
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