May 30, 2010

Some More Freezer Swap Meals

Here are a couple more freezer swap meals that we have enjoyed. The Porcupines had a lot of sauce with them so I added some corn and green beans and we ate it over cheddar mashed potatoes. Cooking W. mentioned that more liquid and some more vegetables could be added to leftovers to make a soup. I was not at home to enjoy the Hash Brown Quiche; however, Moo put it together and she, PE, and Bob enjoyed it.

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from Freezer Meal Swap
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1 lb hamburger
1 cup minute rice
2 eggs
bbq sauce (whatever amount you want)

1 qt stewed tomatoes
2 small cans tomato soup
2 cups water

Mix hamburger, minute rice, eggs, seasonings, and bbq sauce. Make into balls and brown on all sides. Mix stewed tomatoes, tomato soup, water, and seasonings. Pour over porcupines and simmer until rice is cooked and heated through. Serve over mashed potatoes.

From frozen: Thaw completely. Put porcupines in a skillet and heat through. Add water to tomato mixture and pour over porcupines and heat through until rice is completely cooked. Serve over mashed potatoes.

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Kim's Hash Brown Quiche
from Freezer Meal Swap
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5 blended eggs plus enough milk to equal 16 oz
1/2 to 3/4 pkg. of frozen hash browns
1 cup shredded cheese
1 1/2 cups cubed ham
salt and pepper to taste

Spread hash browns in bottom and sides of 13x9 inch pan. Coat hash browns with cooking spray. You can also mix the hash browns in their bag with a bit of butter to coat them. This will help give it a crunchier crust. Bake hash browns in oven at 450 for 20-35 minutes. Remove. Spread ham and cheese evenly across hash browns. Pour egg mixture over ham and cheese. Sprinkle w/salt and pepper. Return pan to oven and bake at 350 for 30-35 minuter or until eggs are done and no longer runny.

From frozen: Remove egg mixture, ham, and cheese. Thaw in refrigerator overnight. return hash browns to freezer until ready to cook. Then follow directions above.

*Try substituting bacon or sausage for the ham.
*Try using cubed potatoes rather than hash browns.
*For a spicier dish, mix some salsa in with the egg mixture.

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