Quick and Easy Dinner Recipe for Busy Nights
Here at BulbHead, we love quick and easy dinner recipes. Dinner is all about spending time with your family and enjoying a good, nutritious meal. During the work week though, it can be hard to find the time to food shop, prep, and not to mention actually cook your meal. Everyone has chicken in their freezer; today we'll be sharing a quick and easy dinner recipe that's perfect for transitioning into the fall. Soups make a great meal when the weather starts cooling off and you need some comfort food. Plus, you can use what you have on hand, which saves you a trip to the grocery store. This recipe yields 6-8 servings which will feed a large family, or you'll have extras for lunch! Get creative and add whatever veggies you'd like to make it extra delicious. Serve with a side of crunchy bread and dinner is served. Chicken and Wild Rice Soup Ingredients1/2 cup butter3/4 cup flour2 5-ounce cans evaporated milk2 15-ounce cans chicken stock2 cups water2 cups chopped or shredded chicken1 package instant long grain wild rice1 teaspoon seasoned salt Directions1. Add the butter to a large soup pot. Heat on medium low. When butter is melted, stir in the flour, stir until smooth. 2. Add the cream and stir until well combined. Add the stock, water, chicken, rice, and seasoning. 3. Cover and cook for 15 minutes, until rice is cooked through. 4. Serve hot. Pro Tip: A great addition to any kitchen is the TouCan can opener! It is, by far, the easiest can opener you'll ever use. It can open cans of any size or shape with just a push of a button. Best of all, dirty lids won't fall into your food anymore because of the unique onboard magnet. The lids are reusable, so save what you don't need. TouCan can also be used to open bottle caps, and it breaks the tight seal so you can twist the lids off of hard-to-open jars. Every kitchen needs this cordless and lightweight can opener!
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