Cambels Soup needs some use

What are some recipies using soup like that. I think it would be really handy to have a few of those. I know that some people do this kind of stuff.

I meant Cambells woops
I’m a big fan of using Cream of _____ (whatever you like) Soup and baking it with rice and chicken. Just use the soup for part of the water that you would normally use in making rice. I usually use chicken breast but it works with pork chops as well. The soup gives the rice a good flavor, if you cant decide which one, I like Cream of Celery or Broccolli

there is a cheesy potato recipe around somewhere that if I remeber correctly uses cream of chicken soup

What are some recipies using soup like that. I think it would be really handy to have a few of those. I know that some people do this kind of stuff.

I meant Cambells woops

you still spelled it wrong

Sometimes my dad will brown some pork-chops in a pan and then finish cooking them in a covered pan with a little bit of water and Cream Of Mushroom soup. Goes really good over rice or noodles. Cheap, simple and easy.
tuna casserole

cheap to make, good on a cold day, ingredients usually on hand, better the next day

amounts don’t really matter – this seems to work out no matter the ratio, you can double it to make a big batch

one can cream of mushroom
one can tuna in water (in this case the "light" tastes better than the "white")
onion
celery
pasta elbows – 1/2 lb ish
cheddar cheese
pepper
milk or water
frozen green peas
bread crumbs or crushed corn flakes or crushed crackers
butter
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preheat oven to 350
start the water to boil for pasta
chop celery and onion about 1/2-3/4 cup of each- heat a saute pan and soften in butter or oil, set aside
drain tuna, give "juice" to the kittah
grate a cup or so of cheese

put pasta on to boil for 10 min
get out casserole dish – in it combine soup, sauteed veggies, tuna, cheese, peas, pepper, one canful of water or milk

drain pasta well when done, fold into remaining ingredients

melt a little butter in the saute pan, off heat stir in topping of choice then sprinkle on casserole

in the oven until it’s hot*

*reminiscent of grammas favorite cookbook – actual direction was "cook until done"

now all we need is that corn bread and corn casserole and the hash brown one from cracker barrel and we can be ready to hibernate for winter :fatty:

Oh gosh…CAMPBELLS!
I use cream of mushroom on top of meatloaf instead of ketchup…mmm good!
Pre cooked roasted chicken, covered with Cream of mushroom and garlic soup, topped with bread crumbs baked again.. MMMMMMMM