is it good! The first time I learned how to make this recipe was in the early years of
my marriage. My husband and I lived in an apartment and got
to be very good friends with some of our neighbors. Neighbors who are now life time friends. Angela Dowd taught me this recipe. Can't say enough about this girl.
When I met her we each had made big decisions to bring us to that point.
For us it was enormous!
My husband and I had been praying to know where to move to and the answer
was Provo, UT to go to school and play football. Only out of all the places we had been praying about this was going to be the most difficult....but we followed
what we knew was right and made the move. Picture this:
We arrived in Utah with a U-haul full of out stuff,
not knowing if Cade had gotten accepted to school
and had no where to live yet. (our application was still pending)
So we parked in front of the apartments
waiting to hear if we had a place to stay for the night.
A couple of hours later the apartments told us that we got the apartment and with in the week we found out that Cade got into BYU and made the football team.
When I make this recipe it always takes me back to those memories and the friends that got us through and supported us.
Love you Ang!!
2 Cans Cream of Mushroom Soup
1 C Sour Cream
1/2 bunch Green onions Chopped
Salt and pepper to taste
Put turkey in a deep skillet. Add salt and generously add pepper. Cook until the turkey meat is browned. Once the meat is cooked add the mushroom soup, sour cream and green onions. Add milk to your desired consistency.
Serve on top of rice.
Easy as that friends. It takes no time and i usually have all of the ingredients on hand so I can whip it up in no time. My kids LOVE LOVE LOVE this!!!!!