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    doubt i can find it in switzerland but will do next time i'm in the US
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    If you are doing plain ole black eyed peas or crowder peas toss in a can of rotel. Fabulous-and no calories! You could make it yourself if you have to-can diced tomatoes plus small can green chilies -chopped.Would go really well with black beans also-just about anything!!
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    a really easy and delicious dip is just an 8 oz block of cream cheese and cut a can of rotel in until it's smooth - serve with Fritos. it's not hot at all either, my son loves this!
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    Rotel spices up spaghetti, chili, and of course the good ol velveeta and rotel dip
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    As far as in the house, there are several things we must have at all times. Most of it is for the kids.

    Hubby is not into being a glutton, I am, so it is rare if I do not go to Baskin Robbins for my Cappuccino Blast at least once a day, and then to Starbucks once a day for my Iced Chai Latte, I easily spend $300 a month in just those two things everyday, becuase usually kids are with me and they get something too.

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    sugar free Popsicles
    tejava tea
    crackers
    peanut butter
    apples/strawberries/grapes

    cream of potato/mushroom/chicken for cooking. (thats hubs deal since i dont cook)
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    around here we are big sandwich eaters...i used to love peanut butter like LOVE it..now i can't even smell the stuff..no offense lol
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    OK, ladies of the south...I found Rotel tomatoes at the grocery store last night and bought a can Now, I need to find a recipe. I think I'll do one of the dips or something.

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    don't forget the fritos!
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    Coffee
    Hanson's diet soda
    Beer
    Heritage Organic Lowfat milk
    Peanut Butter
    whole wheat bread
    Pasta
    bananas
    apples
    oranges
    carrots
    Eggs from Farmer's Market
    oatmeal
    popcorn kernels
    irish butter

    Oh crap. My hubby bought 10 cans of rotel and never did anything with it. I don't usually eat canned food and I never heard of it so I tossed it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KrisNine View Post
    OK, ladies of the south...I found Rotel tomatoes at the grocery store last night and bought a can Now, I need to find a recipe. I think I'll do one of the dips or something.
    Kris, if y'all like mac and cheese, make it normally and throw a can of rotel in it...it's wonderful!! I have found that some cans are spicier than others even though it is the same kind, so it may be a little hot for you..

    Just found this one myself and haven't tried it-
    2 cups uncooked quick cooking rice
    2 cans rotel
    1 can cheddar cheese soup, undiluted
    1 small onion
    1 teaspoon dried basil
    2 pounds chicken thighs and legs, skinned
    salt and pepper to taste

    Combine first 7 ingredients. Pour into lightly greased 11 x 7 inch baking dish. Arrange chicken over rice mixture, cover with aluminum foil and bake 25 minutes or until chicken is done. Yield: 4 to 6 servings

    Think I may try this one this weekend, but use breasts instead of dark meat...

    Let me know what you think about the rotel!
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    That sounds so good, SR.

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    I have a feeling me and Rotel are gonna be best friends

    I can't wait to try the dip with the fritos, the mac and cheese and that recipe from Sweet Rebel...All of it sounds delish.

    Plus, who can resist a frito??

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    Arizona Tea
    Asti Spumante
    Oatmeal
    Grits
    Tomatoes
    Green Beans
    Chicken Breasts
    Shrimp
    Sausage
    Legumes
    Carrots
    Little Debbie Snacks
    Assorted Fruit
    At least eight different cereals



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