Recipes, memories and random thoughts from my kitchen
Yum This is going into my must make file. Can you give me the link to Patty's. I have lost it.Hugs,Elizabeth
Hi Elizabeth,Here's the address --http://pattys-pantry.blogspot.com/This chicken dish is delicious -- I would never have thought of making chop suey in a slow cooker. But it's wonderful! You could thicken it a bit with cornstarch if you like it thicker, but it's great as is.
ooh, chinese in the crockpot is always a big hit with our family!!
This sounds wonderful! I can't wait to try it out!! Thanks for sharing.
Great recipe!Thanks for sharing.Linda
Hi Mrs T..I hope everyone enjoys this recipe. I have thickened this with corn starch too. Sometimes it just wasn't thick enough to suit me. I am so glad you mentioned that. I haven't made this in awhile, sounds kind of good!Blessings to you, Patty
Hi everyone, It's so nice to see you all here at my kitchen table today!Patty, I was going through my file of slow cooker recipes, trying to decide what to share this time, when I happened upon my printout of your recipe -- and was reminded of how very delicious it is! I think it is just too good a recipe not to pass it on. Hope that was OK with you and that you are feeling better.God bless,Mrs.T
Thanks Mrs. T. I posted a salisbury Steak recipe you might like this afternoon.Hugs,Elizabeth
Hi Mrs T...of course it is Okay! I am happy you liked it. I haven't been using my crock pot much this summer and I usually do in the summer months. I need to get back in the groove.Thank you for the well wishes. My ears are the same...but I am still praying for a big change! Blessings ~ Patty
Oh YUM.....can't wait to try it.
I have not had chop suey and didn't know that I would be able to make it so easily. :-) Woo Hoo for Crock pots. :-)
We sure have a nice group around the kitchen table today!Have a nice weekend, everyone!God bless,Mrs.T
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