Wash and coat steaks with fry mix. Use skillet and 1Tbs. butter to sear off both sides of the steak for 2-3 minutes.
In your Ninja Foodie or Insta Pot, sauté the diced onion and garlic in 1 Tbs. butter.
Add the slices of steak to the pot.
Add 2 packs of Gravy Mix to 2 c. of hot water to dissolve.
Pour gravy mixture over the meat and onions.
Set Ninja to High Pressure and cook for 20 min.
Release the steam, open & stir in the 2 cans of soup and sour cream.
Slow cook on low and cook until ready to eat.
This recipe can be made on the stovetop in a large covered skillet. Cook on low for 1 hour, add the soup and sour cream and continue to cook for 15-2o min.
1. Preheat oven to 350
2. Combine chicken, cream cheese, garlic salt, and green onions.
3. Place 2 t of mixture in crescent and fill up while pinching to prevent filling from coming out.
4. Combine parmesean cheese and butter in a bowl and brush on top of each pillow.
5. Bake at 350 for 17 minutes or until golden brown.
6. While pillows are baking make the gravy mixture. Combine cream of chicken and sour cream in sauce pan until hot and blended.
7. Pour hot gravy on ready chicken pillows and serve
In a large Dutch oven over medium-high heat, cook onion in butter until caramelized.
Stir in 1/3 cup flour. Add in chicken broth, potatoes, carrots, ham and pepper; simmer until vegetables are mostly tender.
In a medium bowl, beat eggs; add salt and enough flour to make mixture a noodle consistency. (Hint: I wear rubber gloves to make dumplings.)
Tear off chunks of dough, and drop in soup. Cook for 15 minutes.
Add heavy whipping cream and enough milk to make soup your preferred consistency.
Note: Instead of ham, raw shrimp can be used. The recipe originally came from my girlfriend in western Kansas many years ago. We would make it for the hungry pheasant hunters that had been walking the fields all day since sunrise.
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