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Five Cheap and Easy Dinners. Main Dish Family Recipes.

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The five easy family recipes on here are fast and easy meals. Our kids always loved them.

If you're working and need a dinner meal these cheap recipes will work. Most are also pretty quick to make.The enchiladas can be made the night before and heated up when you get home.

Number One Dinner

Number One Dinner

Kids are starting back to school and meals will need to be made. Some of these you can make right away when you get home. Some can be made ahead and warmed when you come home. Two of these recipes can be made in the slow cooker. A nice green salad with each one will work.

The first recipe is my enchiladas. I have made since our first year of marriage. I can tell you Old El Paso enchilada sauce has gotten thinner through the years. At one time, it was so thick. You can use corn or flour tortilla with the recipe. I have tried making enchilada sauce, but it never taste as good as Old El Paso.

Cook your own chicken or buy rotisserie chicken. You can also use hamburger in this recipe if I do this then I cook the onions with the hamburger.

I sometimes make them half chicken and half hamburger. I have a granddaughter who only wants cheese so I make one for her with just cheese. You can change it around any way you want.

The chicken recipes you can always use leftover turkey from Thanksgiving or Christmas. The recipes are a good way to use up holiday leftovers.

In the summer, we like sweet corn on the cob with just about anything. Here is the recipe I use to make my corn.

Enchiladas items

Enchiladas items

Aunt Sharon's Enchiladas

INGREDIENTS:

Old El Paso Enchilada Sauce at least three cans 10 oz. size.

21/2 cups chicken or 1 lb. hamburger ( Cooked ) You can use leftover chicken or turkey

1 large bag of grated cheddar cheese

1 onion

10 count flour or corn tortillas

1 can of olives Large chopped onion

1 can refried beans "optional"

Pam spray


For topping sour cream, lettuce and tomato optional.

We made our enchiladas from our leftover Thanksgiving turkey last night. They were good.

If I use hamburger I fry the onions in with the hamburger.

How to make Enchiladas

How to make Enchiladas

Roll Them Up.

Roll Them Up.

Instructions

Have ready a 9 X 13 pan or larger spray it with Pam.

Setup the cheese, onion and meat in a bowls lined up. Remember you have to have enough of each to place in 10 tortillas.

Pour a can of enchilada sauce in a pie plate the largest size plate you have. Then dip a flour tortilla front and back in the sauce lay it in the 9 X 13 pan and add some cheese, some meat and some onions. (About a 1/4 cup of cheese and meat then as much onion as you want) Roll up tight as you can and add a toothpick to hold, continue until all 10 tortillas are used. When the sauce runs out in the pie pan add another can. When all tortillas are rolled up in pan pour any leftover sauce over top of tortillas in a pan. Add at least another can of sauce over the top of the 10 tortillas. Cover with grated cheddar cheese, olives and any leftover meat or onions you might have.

Cook covered in the oven at 425° until all cheese is melted and the enchiladas are heated through about 30 minutes. It will bubble and get brown around the edge. Makes 6 servings.

They can be made ahead and put in a refrigerator and cooked the next day. They're actually better that way the sauce soaks into them.

Enchiladas

Enchiladas

Macaroni Tomato Hamburger Casserole

INGREDIENTS:

1 lb. cooked hamburger

I can of diced tomatoes

1 box Kraft macaroni any kind the white or the yellow.

1 onion

INSTRUCTIONS:

Cook macaroni by box directions.

Fry up hamburger and onion, drain. Add tomatoes and macaroni right into the pan with hamburger and heat through. Makes 4 servings.

Ingredients

Ingredients

Macaroni Tomatoes Hamburger

Macaroni Tomatoes Hamburger

RoTel Tacos

INGREDIENTS:

1 package of tortillas any size you want

2 1/2 cups cooked chicken

1 can Rotel (mild)

1 can black olives

1/2 jar of large taco sauce (mild)

1 can black beans

1/4 cup oil

sour cream

cheddar cheese

1 onion

salt to taste

INSTRUCTIONS:

Chop up the black olives and the onions. In slow cooker add all ingredients and cook for a few hours. This mixture can be made a day ahead in fact it has more flavor if it is. Heated up later.

Fry the tortillas in a small amount of oil. Place in frying pan fold over fry on one side until browned but not crisp, flip over and fry the other side drain on paper towel. Fill tortillas with mixture, add cheese and sour cream. Makes at least 6 servings.

NOTE:

I have made this with a frozen chicken breast. Place chicken in slow cooker, when chicken is cooked remove and cut up place chicken back in the mixture.

I also use whatever meats I have left over. Chicken, steak or pork. Today I'm making it before the Packer game and I'm using steak and chicken we had on the grill last night and I'm using up some Tyson grilled and ready chicken breast strips I had in the freezer. You can also use rotisserie chicken like I have in the picture.


Ingredients

Ingredients

How To Make Tacos

How To Make Tacos

Dinner is Served

Dinner is Served

LatticeTop Chicken Cassrole

Ingredients

1 pkg. California blend vegetables thawed and drained. You can use any vegetable you want, but you need the 16 oz. size. Be sure vegetables are thawed so they cook better in an oven.

1 pkg of blended vegetable

2 cups cubed cooked chicken

1 can cream of potato soup

1 cup milk

1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese

1/2 teaspoon salt

1 can (8 ounces) crescent rolls

Pam Spray

INSTRUCTIONS:

Roll out your crescent rolls and pinch together like seen in the picture. Take a pizza cutter or knife and cut long strips then cut those strips in half.

Spray 9x13 pan with pam. Mix all ingredients in a bowl and add to pan. Top with lattice.

Bake uncovered at 350° for 30 minutes. If the lattice is getting too dark before finished lay foil over the top.

Makes 6 servings

How To Make

How To Make

Ham and Green Bean Dinner

INGRENTIENTS

1 5-6 lb. Pork Shoulder Ham

2 cans of drained green beans or fresh green beans.

1 tablespoon of basil leaves

Salt and Pepper to taste

3-4 potatoes peeled

INSTRUCTIONS:

Add ham, green beans crock pot. Place-potatoes on top then add seasoning, salt and pepper cover. Cook on low for as many hours as you need. If it's on low it can cook for 8 hours if need be. You can add the ham in frozen. 6 servings.

Sorry, I forgot to get a picture when I made this. My sons and husband were working on the house and it just went out of my head to take a picture.

Ham Dinner Easy

Ham Dinner Easy

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Boiled Chicken for Recipes

1 large frying chicken

Place a large dutch oven on top of the stove with enough water in it to cover chicken. Place chicken in water if you need to add more water. Bring to boil, turn down temperature and simmer for 30 minutes to each pound of chicken. Remove from pan let cool and remove the skin and then remove chicken from the carcass for recipes. Save the water from chicken to make stock.

The carcass can be put back in the water with salt and pepper to taste. You can also add vegetables to the stock, carrots, celery and onions work well in the stock to give more flavor. Cook slowly until all meat comes off the bone. Remove from heat and strain.

You now have chicken stock, put stock in the refrigerator and use for soups. Once in the fridge for a couple hours you can skim the fat off the top and get rid of the fat if you don't want it.

© 2012 moonlake

Comments

Mary Wickison from Brazil on November 01, 2017:

All of these look so good.

Where I live, some of the ingredients aren't available so I will have to substitute for local produce. I've been looking for inspiration as I am bored with my current cooking repertoire. This will be the kick I needed, thanks.

moonlake (author) from America on January 21, 2016:

Kristen Howe, Thanks for coming by. Hope you like the recipes if you try them.

Kristen Howe from Northeast Ohio on December 07, 2015:

Moonlake, this is a popular hub. I'm also looking for new and easy recipes to try. And I might try one or two of them out next month in early 2016. Thanks for sharing.

moonlake (author) from America on September 30, 2015:

Babbyii, I'm also partial to enchiladas. My whole family is in fact. Thanks so much for stopping by I appreciate it.

Barb Johnson from Alaska's Kenai Peninsula on September 28, 2015:

Appreciate your recipes. Good for weekly menus and when in a hurry too. I'm partial to your enchiladas. Left up to me, it would be on the menu every week. How can you get tired of enchiladas? Thanks!

moonlake (author) from America on August 29, 2015:

peachpurple, They are all pretty cheap recipes. You will like that recipe.Thanks for stopping by.

moonlake (author) from America on August 29, 2015:

soulfully, Thank you so much for stopping by I appreciate it. It is simple to make.

moonlake (author) from America on August 29, 2015:

greatstuff, Thank you so much for stopping by I appreciate it.

peachy from Home Sweet Home on August 08, 2014:

i love the macaroni dish, very easy and cheap

soulfully on August 04, 2014:

I like the look of the lattice top chicken casserole. It looks pretty simple to make and i bet it tastes great too.

Mazlan from Malaysia on July 26, 2014:

These are great recipes, bookmarked for future use. Thanks!

moonlake (author) from America on July 21, 2014:

carrie Lee Night, You welcome and thanks so much for visiting my hub and leaving a comment.

Carrie Lee Night from Northeast United States on July 15, 2014:

Chicken Casserole sounds yummy :) thank you for sharing your quick meal ideas in this busy world.

moonlake (author) from America on July 02, 2014:

Journey *, Thank you and thanks so much for coming by.

moonlake (author) from America on July 02, 2014:

lrc7815, Thanks for stopping by the enchiladas make good left overs. They're the type of food that taste better the next day.

Nyesha Pagnou MPH from USA on June 19, 2014:

What an amazing hub with so many choices. The recipes and photos are great. Everything seems flavorful and delicious. Voted up, awesome and pinned!

Linda Crist from Central Virginia on June 17, 2014:

Yummy recipes. I can't wait to try the enchiladas. Thank you for sharing them. I'm always on the lookout for simple meals that make enough for leftovers.

moonlake (author) from America on April 28, 2014:

abbaelijah, Thank you for stopping by I appreciate it.

elijagod from Abuja - Nigeria on April 28, 2014:

Beautiful and well detailed

Thanks for sharing. I'm already very hungry now oh....

moonlake (author) from America on February 21, 2014:

peachpurple, Thank you and thanks so much for stopping by I appreciate it.

peachy from Home Sweet Home on January 17, 2014:

i love your LatticeTop Chicken Cassrole, looks lovely and huge enough for a family of four, i think. Voted up, awesome

moonlake (author) from America on October 08, 2013:

DDE, Thank you and thanks so much for stopping by.

Devika Primić from Dubrovnik, Croatia on October 08, 2013:

Great choices of meals and I like all of it so well explained, step by step with photos and presentation is awesome.

moonlake (author) from America on September 21, 2013:

CraftytotheCore, Thanks so much for stopping by I appreciate it.

CraftytotheCore on September 21, 2013:

Now this is making me hungry! My daughter would love that macaroni one with the beef and tomatoes.

moonlake (author) from America on August 07, 2013:

Becky Puetz, Thank you for stopping by. Always nice to have you for a visitor to my hub.

Becky from Oklahoma on August 06, 2013:

Thanks for sharing these economical yet delicious sounding dish ideas, I plan to try some of these, especially "Aunt Sharon's Enchiladas".

moonlake (author) from America on August 05, 2013:

Peggy W, Thank you for stopping by again I appreciate it. It's always nice to have you drop in.

Peggy Woods from Houston, Texas on August 05, 2013:

Came back to take another look and will share this hub with the many different recipes. Am sure that many people probably missed it the first time it was published.

moonlake (author) from America on July 10, 2013:

tamarawilhite, We have only to stores to shop in and I watch for sales. Ham does go a long way. I mainly buy in Walmart but if our other store puts it on sale I go there. Thanks so much for stopping by.

moonlake (author) from America on July 10, 2013:

carter06, Thanks for stopping by. I appreciate your visit.

Tamara Wilhite from Fort Worth, Texas on July 10, 2013:

Excellent recipes. Where do you find the cheapest ham?

Mary from Cronulla NSW on July 10, 2013:

Great easy ideas here that every one needs from time to time..thanks for sharing.. Cheers

moonlake (author) from America on July 09, 2013:

Cantuhearmescream, Thank you I appreciate that. Hope you meal turns out good.

moonlake (author) from America on July 09, 2013:

tillsontitan, Thank you I appreciate that. Glad you liked the photos.

moonlake (author) from America on July 09, 2013:

Au fait, Thank you I appreciate that.

Cat from New York on July 09, 2013:

moonlake,

I just barely finished breakfast, but I think I'm going to go make dinner now!...lol. These are some excellent recipes and the pictures are great! You've got my mouth watering!

Up and sharing!

Cat

Mary Craig from New York on July 09, 2013:

Great recipes, great meals and great ideas! This is a good one for busy Mom's and working folks. Lots to use and your photos are tops!

Voted up, useful, and interesting. Pinned too.

C E Clark from North Texas on July 09, 2013:

I think these recipes are so great for a busy mom or a person just learning to cook, and for anyone who just needs to get something on the table in a hurry and they're all yummy besides. Going to pin this and also share it again with my followers.

moonlake (author) from America on June 29, 2013:

Indian Chef, Thank you for all of the it. I appreciate it and thanks for stopping by.

Indian Chef from New Delhi India on June 28, 2013:

All 5 of your recipes look mouthwatering and they are so simple to prepare and I am sure they are very tasty too. Voting it up and awesome, twitting it and sharing here on hubpages.

moonlake (author) from America on May 21, 2013:

Careermommy, Thanks so much for stopping by. I appreciate it. Our son is coming for the weed-end so enchiladas may be what I make his favorite.

Tirralan Watkins from Los Angeles, CA on May 20, 2013:

moonlake, I love quick and easy recipes. These all seem so simple to prepare and I know a lot of people will benefit from these recipes. I might even make the enchiladas these week!

moonlake (author) from America on May 19, 2013:

Au fait, You right about the enchiladas they can be made ahead. I've done this before. Thanks for stopping by and thanks for the vote.

C E Clark from North Texas on May 19, 2013:

All of these recipes look quick and easy. Just what a busy mom needs at the end of a long day at work. I bet the enchiladas could be made ahead and refrigerated overnight. The look satisfying too. Some really great ideas here moonlake.

Voted up and useful!

moonlake (author) from America on April 21, 2013:

Deborah-Diane, Thank you and thank you so much for stopping by I appreciate it.

Deborah-Diane from Orange County, California on April 20, 2013:

These are great dinner ideas! I love them! :)

moonlake (author) from America on April 15, 2013:

Lisawilliams, Everyone in my family loves them so I'm sure you will like them. Thanks so much for stopping by and for the vote.

Lisa Chronister from Florida on April 08, 2013:

These sound really good! I have never made enchilada before, but can't wait to try! Thanks for posting, I voted up!

moonlake (author) from America on April 02, 2013:

Shawn Scarborough, Thank you for stopping by and reading my hub. Hope you will like the recipes.

moonlake (author) from America on April 02, 2013:

beingwell, Thank you so nice you stopped by. Thanks for the vote and shared.

Shawn Scarborough from The Lone Star State on April 02, 2013:

All of these recipes look great. The lattice top chicken casserole is the first one I am going to try, I think my family will like it the best. Thanks for sharing these great recipes.

beingwell from Bangkok on April 01, 2013:

Everything looks delightful, moonlake. I'd like to make one. Voted up and shared.

moonlake (author) from America on March 31, 2013:

Deborah-Diane , Thanks for stopping by. They are all good and easy to make.

Deborah-Diane from Orange County, California on March 30, 2013:

These recipes sound delicious and easy. I definitely need to cook something new today!

moonlake (author) from America on March 15, 2013:

Insightful Tiger, Thank you for stopping by and for the vote and pin. We like all of these recipes. Our kids still like them.

Insightful Tiger on March 14, 2013:

I'm always looking for some inspiration in the kitchen. I want to try each one of these recipes! Thanks for sharing, up voted and pinned.

moonlake (author) from America on January 27, 2013:

SallyTX, That sounds good and easy. Thanks so much for stopping by and leaving this recipe. I appreciate it.

Sally Branche from Only In Texas! on January 27, 2013:

Here's another inexpensive recipe I just read and tried from the old book, "I Hate to Housekeep". You just simmer a couple of chicken breasts in a cup and a half of water until they are tender then chop them up reserving the juice. Sauté a chopped up onion and a chopped up apple in 2 tablespoons of butter until tender/crisp. Add the chopped up chicken and a teaspoon of curry powder. Sauté for a few moments then add a can of cream of chicken soup and enough of the reserved chicken broth to make a nice sauce consistency. (If you have broth left, save it to make soup!) Heat through stirring fairly constantly. Serve this over brown or white rice.

You could probably add celery and other tasty veggies to the sauté and substitute a large can of chicken breast chunks if you wanted. You can also top it with raisins, nuts and other exotic tasties if you like.

moonlake (author) from America on January 26, 2013:

KoffeeKlatch Gals, Thank you and thanks for stopping by. Your daughter sure has her hands full with 4 kids and a job that's the way it is now days.

Susan Hazelton from Sunny Florida on January 26, 2013:

I love the recipes - they're so simple and sound so delicious. I'm sending them on to my middle daughter, she has 4 hungry children and a full time job. She'll love them.

moonlake (author) from America on December 28, 2012:

Om Paramapoonya, Thank you for stopping by and checking out my meals. The lattice top casserole is good.

Om Paramapoonya on December 28, 2012:

I like all of these lovely meal ideas but my favorite is probably the lattice top casserole. It just sounds so easy and looks gorgeous! Who wouldn't appreciate a beautiful homemade dish?

moonlake (author) from America on December 27, 2012:

SallyTX, Enjoyed reading about how you do your chicken. We do this type of thing when we put our chicken on the grill. It's amazing how far a chicken and it's juices can go for making more meals. Thank you for stopping by.

Sally Branche from Only In Texas! on December 26, 2012:

Well, these look like nice, simple, affordable recipes. None of them are particularly unhealthy, and a lot can be done to healthy them up with product selection or by choosing to make your own bread dough instead of using prepared. It's a good idea to stew your chicken in advance like that. I like to stew my chicken before I roast it. That way it never ends up dry. Just put the whole bird in a pot of water with a cut up onion, 3 cut up stalks of celery and one chicken bouillion cube per cup of water. Bring it to a boil and then simmer it for an hour. Gently lift the bird out of the water using 2 big slotted spoons. Put it directly into a roasting pan with potatoes and big chunks of carrots. Baste everything with some of the juice from the pot and add spices as you wish (such as seasoning sale & pepper, rosemary, etc.) Roast at about 400 degrees for an hour or so 'til the veggies are done and the bird is browned (you may need to baste everything a time or two while cooking). Save the juice in the pot. You can use that and the leftover meat from the bird as the base for a big pot of soup!

Voted up and useful! ;D

moonlake (author) from America on December 03, 2012:

sweetie1, Yes fresh would work just fine in the recipes. I have used fresh green beans in the Green Bean Dinner. I cooked them a little before mixing them in the cassrole. Thanks so much for stopping by and leaving a comment.

sweetie1 from India on December 03, 2012:

Hi moonlake,

Really loved these recipes, with macaroni one being my favourite out of 5. In India we usually don't get things canned like tomatoes or beans as you suggested in Ham and Green Bean Dinner, but we do get fresh ones, so would it taste same if we used fresh ones?

moonlake (author) from America on November 29, 2012:

sgbrown, I have to come to your house and eat. Cornbread and fried okra my favorites. I had cornbread and milk the other day I was so hungary for it. You see I live in the north and they look at me like I'm crazy when I eat okra and cornbread. We couldn't even get okra here until Walmart came in now we can get frozen. It won't grow here. We don't eat venison like we use to. We eat the chops and get sausage made from it. My husband doesn't hunt anymore the boys still do.

Thanks so much for stopping by and leaving a comment and vote.

Sheila Brown from Southern Oklahoma on November 29, 2012:

All your recipes look delicious! One of my hubby's favorite meals is the macaroni, tomatoes and burger. The only difference is I used home canned stewed tomatoes and venison burger. I fry okra for a side and make a pan or cornbread. We can eat this until we pop! I am going to try the crescent roll casserole, I love crescent rolls so I would have to like this! Voting up and useful! :)

moonlake (author) from America on November 10, 2012:

ktrapp, They sure do I know some people won't eat leftovers but we like them. My uncle would never touch a leftover. Thanks so much for stopping by always nice to see you.

Kristin Trapp from Illinois on November 10, 2012:

I need to get better at meal planning. I like the idea of recipes like the enchiladas, because they make great leftovers too.

moonlake (author) from America on November 06, 2012:

Peggy W, Thank you for stopping and for the vote. When it wasn't just meat and potato night at our house this was the type of meal I made for our kids.

Peggy Woods from Houston, Texas on November 06, 2012:

Am sure this will give busy moms or dads some ideas for relatively quick and easy meals that kids are bound to like. Up and useful votes.

moonlake (author) from America on October 08, 2012:

Just Ask Susan, Thank you for stopping by. I know we crave enchiladas at times and just have to make them. Any kind of Mexican food I could eat anytime. Hope you will like the recipes. I appreciate your comment.

Susan Zutautas from Ontario, Canada on October 08, 2012:

I've been craving enchiladas lately. All of these recipes sound really good and I think I'll try all of them.

moonlake (author) from America on October 08, 2012:

barbergirl28, You could cook the enchiladas in the microwave because really all your doing is heating it through and melting cheese. Thanks so much for stopping by. I appreciate it.

Stacy Harris from Hemet, Ca on October 07, 2012:

I am glad that I came across this... my husband and I were just talking about some quick and cheap meals that we could make throughout the week. The enchilada recipe looks familiar. I make one similar to it but I cook mine in the microwave and with canned chicken. The lattice topped chicken... that is on my radar. I want to try that. Awesome hub!

moonlake (author) from America on October 03, 2012:

Thelma Alberts, Thank you so much for stopping by and thank you for the vote and shared. I really appreciate it.

Thelma Alberts from Germany and Philippines on October 02, 2012:

Great ideas for dinner. They look delicious. Voted up and SHARED. Thank you.

moonlake (author) from America on September 11, 2012:

RealHousewife, I know it has to be old El Paso enchilada sauce. Our whole family loves them and when we visit my aunt and uncle in Mich I make them while we're there. Thanks for stopping by and reading my hub.

The Macaroni and Tomato is good. I don't like just macaroni and cheese but I do like this.

Kelly Umphenour from St. Louis, MO on September 11, 2012:

What a great find for me!

I can attest to the enchiladas - I make them almost exactly the same (sans black olives but I will add them now!). My kids, the neighbor kids - everyone wants to come over on enchilada night:). It HAS to be El Paso sauce though - I've tried others and it's not good at all.

Can't wait to try thatMacaroni Tomato casserole! I know everyone will love it. I like the ham and green bean too!

Thanks!

moonlake (author) from America on September 10, 2012:

girishpuri, Good I'm glad I hope you will enjoy whatever you make. Thanks so much for stopping by my hub.

Girish puri from NCR , INDIA on September 10, 2012:

Great and easy recipes, you have changed my tonight dinner,lol, voted up.

moonlake (author) from America on September 03, 2012:

Movie Master, Thanks so much for stopping by. Hope you will like them if you try any. Thanks for the vote. Have a great Labor Day.

Movie Master from United Kingdom on September 03, 2012:

Five different recipe ideas - all new to me, nice and quick and easy too!

I have never heard of Enchiladas sauce before, so I will look out for it.

Many thanks and voted up.

moonlake (author) from America on August 28, 2012:

unknown spy, Good I must have taken a good picture is it makes you hungry. Thanks so much for stopping by and leaving a comment.

Life Under Construction from Neverland on August 28, 2012:

the food at the top of your hub is very tempting..can make one hungry just by looking at it!

moonlake (author) from America on August 26, 2012:

vespawoolf, I know I could eat Mexican food everyday of the week. Thanks so much for stopping by and leaving a much appreciated comment.

Vespa Woolf from Peru, South America on August 26, 2012:

What great ideas for go-to recipes during the week. I especially like the enchiladas and ro-tel tacos, but then I'm partial to Mexican-style food. Thanks so much for sharing! My mouth is watering after seeing your photos. : )

moonlake (author) from America on August 26, 2012:

Mama Kim 8, Thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment. It's an old recipe I got years ago off something and I think it may have been an Old El Paso recipe. I appreciate you stopping by.

Sasha Kim on August 26, 2012:

Your enchilada recipe is identical to the one I use ^_^ I can vouch for their yumminess ^_^ Nice hub, voted up!

moonlake (author) from America on August 25, 2012:

cashmere, Thanks so much for stopping by and for your comment.

cashmere from India on August 25, 2012:

Phenomenal ideas and so simple! 5*

moonlake (author) from America on August 25, 2012:

The Dirt Farmer, Thanks so much for stopping by. They are good fall meals. Very soon it will be soup time. Thanks so much for stopping by and leaving a comment.

moonlake (author) from America on August 25, 2012:

aviannovice, Thanks so much for stopping by and thanks for the comment.

moonlake (author) from America on August 25, 2012:

kashmir56, Thank you friend for stopping by. Well I hope everyone thinks they're easy. I appreciate your comment and vote.

moonlake (author) from America on August 25, 2012:

eddy4me, Thanks so much for stopping by. Hope you will like them. I appreciate your comment.

moonlake (author) from America on August 25, 2012:

Cardisa, Thanks for stopping by. My family loves enchiladas and anytime they're coming for a meal that's what they want. Our youngest always takes home the left overs.

Jill Spencer from United States on August 25, 2012:

Easy, economical and hearty--everyone of these sound like good "comfort-food" meals for fall. Thanks for sharing them. Awesome!

Deb Hirt from Stillwater, OK on August 25, 2012:

These are all good, quick recipes for busy schedules.

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