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Old 01-28-2013, 12:39 PM
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CHUCK roast (all the extra fat makes it deliciously soft and falling apart)
Can of chicken broth
Envelope of ranch dressing mix
Envelope of italian dressing mix
Envelope of brown gravy mix

Mix broth and envelopes. Pour over roast. Cook on low for eight to ten hours. Thicken the broth to make gravy. Enjoy the rave reviews.
I'm making this for dinner tonight!
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The first time I made it, it was so good. Then next time I made it, it was so salty we could hardly stand it.
All of the envelopes (gravy mix, salad dressings) are high in sodium. I bought the mixes with less sodium and I also bought low sodium chicken broth. Although the recipe was good, we thought it was really salty, too.
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Old 01-29-2013, 11:58 PM
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We are making this tonight, but I had a question about the green taco salsa. I found 3 different things when looking for this that I thought it could possibly be, but I wasn't sure. We found green taco sauce, green chile taco salsa, and then the green verde salsa. I wasn't sure what to use so I bought a bottle of green chile taco salsa, and a bottle of green verde salsa. Are either one of those correct, and if not, will they work?
The green Herdez brand salsa a good for chile verde
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Old 01-30-2013, 12:46 AM
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I got this one from my cousin:

2-3 chicken breasts
1 can black beans (You could try dry beans after soaking overnight)
1 cup of salsa
1 can corn--drained (optional since my three year old wants it separate)

If the chicken is frozen cook for about 4 hours on high, if not frozen cook around 2 to 3. I shredded the chicken once it was cooked and let it cook for another hour.

Serve with warm tortillas or over rice. YUM!!! I just tried it this week...puts those beans to good use! My three year old LOVED it.

Did this one yesterday and it was AMAAAAZING!!!!
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Old 01-30-2013, 08:34 AM
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This week I have made;

4 chicken breasts
1 can black beans
1 can rotel
1 can corn drained
1 block cream cheese

cook all day and then shred and add to burritos, it was really good and I have a TON left over.

3 boneless pork chops (there is enough "gravy" you can add at least 6)
cream of chicken + half can of water
packet ranch seasoning
cook on low 4-6 hours
I added potato wrapped in foil to the top it was really good!
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