Sunday, March 4, 2012

Sunday Supper & Sermon-Added a step I omitted in the recipe

When the day is a busy one
I like easy.
I like an 
Easy Recipe
and an
Easy Evening.

You'll note that I 
that I am easy.
I might have been a 
because I didn't drink
but I was

This recipe is from
and is
to make and enjoy
during one of the
last cold spells
of the year.

Cheesy Chili
Hash Brown Bake

1 1/2 lean ground beef or turkey
1 (15.5 oz) can Manwich Sloppy Joe Sauce
1 (15 oz) can chili with beans (I use Hormels)
1/2 of a 30 oz package frozen
shredded hash browns (about 4 cups)
(a little more hash browns if you are using the 9x13 pan)
2 cups shredded Cheddar Cheese

Preheat oven to 425º
Brown meat until it crumbles and is 
no longer pink.
Stir in sloppy joe mix and chili w/beans.
At this point, the recipe used ramekins.
I used a 7x10 greased casserole.
Cover with frozen hash browns.
Bake COVERED with tin foil for 30 minutes.
UNCOVER and bake 10-15 more minutes 
until browned and crisp.
Sprinkle with cheese and bake
5 more minutes until cheese is melted.


Oh..yeah..about the 
Well, it's ME that GETS
I think most of you know that
I am married to a 
and he is always 
at me about

I am NOT a very
good parishioner...
at least at home!;>)

ps...hopefully, the weather will
cooperate so I can paint that
TV for tomorrow's post!
your photo name


Lynn @The Vintage Nest said...

how did I not know that? xoxo
Have a wonderful day Diana :)

Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. said...

This sounds like comfort food at it's best!

Ann@A Sentimental Life said...

Thanks for the recipe, sounds really good!!

Jettie said...

sounds good, I'll give it a try.

Dixie Delights said...

This is one of our fave recipes too!! xo

The enchanted home said...

YUM!!!!!!!! I actually might try this today, what a great comfort food for a cold dreary day:) And sounds easy....always a plus!

Debbie said...

Looks easy, and yummy!!
Enjoy your day...and your sermon.

Lynne said...

Mr D will love this!
Thank you, Sweet D!
Happy Sunday!

Patty Patterson said...

Sounds like a delicious recipe. I would try it this evening, but I don't have all the ingredients and I am not shopping, so I'll have to save it for later.
And I'd love to see that painted TV. I hope the weather holds out, too.

Pam Kessler said...

Is it weird that I actually have all these ingredients in my house. Considering that I rarely have sugar for a recipe when I need it. Have a great day, Easy Diana!

Debi WeeFaerie said...

That sounds yummy! It would be a perfect dinner tonight with all the fresh snow on the ground!

Susie said...

Diana, I am sure after fixing that nice supper for your very own pastor, he'll turn the sermon into grace.:):)Smiles, xoxo, Susie

Maureen Wyatt said...

Oh, that sounds like one the grandkids would like! Now that I have seven of them, I'm hauling out all the casserole recipes again. ~ Maureen

Ann from On Sutton Place said...

This looks delish. Anything with hash browns is a winner with me! Painting a TV? I can't wait to see what you do. Have a good Sunday...and I never, ever thought you were easy. :o)

Karen said...

ooh, how I would love to devour this dish... but my acid reflux would quickly put me in my place.

Debby said...

Oh tht looks yummy. I will have to try that. I love any kind of chili.
I didn't know your Hubby was a pastor. Sweet.

Gina said...

Looks pretty delish to me!

Ruth Kelly said...

No one likes to be preached at at home. I feel for you.

Marti said...

Yummy looking recipe. Hubby is probably just practicing on you for Sunday. Have a good day.

Blessed Serendipity said...

Chili always tastes so good on a cold day. Looks delish. Good luck on your project.


Marty@A Stroll Thru Life said...

Sounds good. I have to try this one. Hugs, Marty

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

I fell down laughing on this one, Diana! Sooo glad you found me! I've seen you too..(before I forget, I LOVE your picture!!)as I was saying, I saw you on bj's too. Kept thinking I ought to drop in on you and I think might have once. Time flys by when there is ironing to be done! :)
And and other thing. I am also married to a minister. He is a graduate of Baylor University in Texas. He preach any more but does love his Gospel music with a passion and knows better than to preach at me! :)
The mac and cheese recipe looks delicious! I take Southern Living but missed this one. It sounds wonderfully easy to make.

SO very nice to meet you. Thank you for becoming a follower! YOU are NOT getting rid of me either! LOL

Donna said...

Gosh darn, would have never guessed!

I thought the TV was today ~ weather must be bad!

Oh - the Flea Market magazine - I'm looking for one when I go shopping this week. I'd love to look out one of my windows at something, too!


Gypsy Heart said...

I didn't know that either!

Enjoy ~ sounds delish. I know my grands would love it.


Daniella said...

I know your not easy! But a cheap date? I doubt it!!!
I would be good about the surgery tomorrow, if they would throw in some collagen for my lips and a bit of botox!!! LOL!!! Let me know if your surgery will include extras!!

Daniella said...

OOPS! I forgot to say thank you for your sweetness!! My surgery is tomorrow at 9am! I will have stitches, gross, in my eyelid and I'm not sure if I will be able to blink or see with them!!!! ugh. I'll let you know how it goes if I can see when it's done!!!!
You are awesome!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

That looks so yummy! We are having chili and corn muffins for dinner tonight! It smells SO good! Hugs! ♥

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

That looks so yummy! We are having chili and corn muffins for dinner tonight! It smells SO good! Hugs! ♥

Japolina said...

Thanks Diana. It is hours until dinner time and now I'm starving! Xo

Janet said...

Mmmmmm, sounds and looks yummy.

I was reading the recipe to my hubby and he was drooling lol He said, lets make that. :)I said when we have the hash browns we can make it.

Question, :) I guess I can't think straight right now lol How do I connect on Debbie's site to do that Newbie Party thing?

Thank you for are nice comments on my blog. It is always fun to read them.:)

I didn't know your a pastor's wife, that's neat. I like to talk about spiritual things. As you can see from my last post. :) And others. Maybe we can do that some time.

Gotta run. Have a nice Sunday. Take care, Janet W

Sally said...

That recipe sounds good, and when I first say the photo, I thought it was gonna be taco soup. I made that a while back, and everyone loved. I'll have to try this!

Have a great evening.

Kelly said...

That recipe looks yummy! I may have to give it a try. Thanks so much for following my blog today too. I'm thrilled with everyone's support. I will follow you back.

Leo said...

Thats definitely not on my diet but it sure does look yummy! Hope all is well with you. I've missed seeing what everyone is up to...I'm gonna try and catch up with everyone! Have a great week. XO

Blondie's Journal said...

This is a perfect dinner and one pan to clean up! Yay! You always come through with your great recipes!


Special 'K' said...

Guess what we are having for dinner tonight! All the way over here. Thanks for sharing. Cheers SpecialK XoXo

Sweet Tea said...

You're my kind of cook, GF. I love quick and easy. That looks soo tasty! So you're the preacher's wife?! I bet you give that preacher a sermon or two of your own on occasion! lol

bj said...

OOO, this sounds BRING YA TO YOUR KNEES good, Nana...I might just make it this week...sounds like something we'll love.:)

La Vie Quotidienne said...

Oh my goodness, does this sound good and perfect to take to a buffet or potluck. Thank you.

Pam Kessler said...

OK, I used unfrozen hash browns, but I did put them on the bottom (I guessed, because someone forgot that step). It was very yummy, even with the unfrozen potatoes!