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Madlaine's Casserole Supreme Recipe

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This recipe for Madlaine's Casserole Supreme, by , is from Favorite Recipes from Susan's Kitchen, one of the cookbooks created at FamilyCookbookProject.com. We help families or individuals create heirloom cookbook treasures.

Susan Salgy
Added: Friday, October 27, 2006


8 slices of bread
4 C cooked chicken, ham, or turkey
1 green pepper, diced
1 med onion, diced
1 C celery, diced
salt to taste
1/2 C salad dressing (Miracle Whip)
4 eggs
3 C milk
1 can undiluted cream of mushroom soup.
2 C sharp grated cheese

Dice 4 slices of bread and place in bottom of greased 3 qt casserole.
Dice meat, and add green pepper, onion, celery, and mix with salad dressing. Pour over bread in casserole.
Dice 4 more slices of bread and pour over mixture.
Beat eggs and milk, and pour over entire casserole, pushing all ingredients down gently with back of spoon, until all are covered with liquid.
Cover and put in refrigerator over night (this is important!)
The next day, pour 1 can mushroom soup over top of casserole, and cover with sharp grated cheese. Sprinkle with paprika.
Bake 1 hour (or 1 1/2) at 350.

Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
This is Grandma Bohnker's. I have her handwritten copy of this recipe -- when I pulled it out of my file to enter it in here, it still had a faint whiff of her about it -- I smelled it and remembered her wonderful hearty laugh, the smell of coffee in her kitchen, the wonderfully expressive gestures of her hands.

Here is an exact transcription of what she wrote as notes on this recipe:

"This is one of my old standby recipes. Great for pot lucks or when you have a crowd to feed. You always get a compliment with this dish. Can use two 1 1/2 C casseroles just divide the bread etc equally. You must refrigerate over nite. All this needs is salad.

"One thing I like about this it can be fixed a head of time I wish you would cut the recipe in half and cook it for your self first I have even put in 2 casseroles & frozen 1 for later. You can feed a crowd with not much meat, leftover ham or turkey."




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