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Southern "Big Easy" Chop Suey
"This Cajun-inspired recipe for Chop Suey is a fast, easy, and kid-friendly dinner that's perfect for busy weeknights! While a classic Chinese chop suey includes Asian flavors like bamboo shoots, bean sprouts, and rice, this Southern version of the dish borrows flavors from the Big Easy — like bell pepper, onion, and garlic — for a flavorful, Americanized version of the dinnertime favorite. Your family will appreciate how versatile this dish truly is, since you can keep it simple and basic for the kiddos — or kick it up with some serious heat for the fiery grownups! And nobody will ever complain about a nice, hefty pile of freshly grated cheddar cheese on top…"
NotesCooking for a Smaller Family? Cut the ingredients in half. The rest of the cooking instructions remain the same.
Preparation Time10 min
Cooking Time40 min
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