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So.... I assembled my casserole on teusday -- half a bag of egg noodles on the bottom of the pan - mixed can of cream of mushroom soup, can of my homemade broth, bag of mixed veggies, chopped up smoked breasts and half a bag of slivered almonds.... I HAD to get the almonds --- they put such a satisfying crunch in there! I was amazed that it all fit in my casserole dish --- I was betting I'd have some left over.
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It smelled sooooo good as I was mixing it.... Got it all together when I noticed the onion still sitting on the counter.... :blackcloud1: DAMMIT!!!! I diced up ~1/3 of the onion and just threw it on top.

Cooked it up last night - into the oven @325. I checked at 30 minutes..... I was horrified to see that it WASN'T bubbling!?!?! And even worse - there was NO liquid in the noodles!!!! Panic mode set in - I added ~1/4 cup of water by poking holes thru the mix and pouring it in. Another 15 minutes and no change..... so I added another 1/2 cup of water. 20 minutes later I could see the liquid bubbling in the noodles and the mix bubbling on top --- so I topped it off with some crushed ritz crackers.

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Turned nice and tasty!!!! But..... due to my mistake of not having enuff liquid in there and the excessive cook time - I had blown all the smoke flavor out of the dish :wink05: It was just a 'really good chicken casserole' instead of a 'killer smoked chicken casserole' that I was shooting for.....

Lessons learned and hopefully not forgotten.... add more broth to the mix - one can was not enuff and/or add more broth to the noodles so they cook from the get go..... I've got more than enuff fixings to make another one after I get sick of this one and crave it again. I'll be having plenty of turkey to use soon too!


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Gochuganjg smoked wings.
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JB damn never done it with almonds or ritz. my mom used to add crushed ruffle chips to the top for crunch looks good.

pablo well done

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Gochuganjg smoked wings.


Oh dear god, please tell me more.

Wings in my freezer . . . check.
Tub o' gochujang in my fridge . . . check.

I'm ready!

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JB damn never done it with almonds or ritz. my mom used to add crushed ruffle chips to the top for crunch looks good.

pablo well done

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no cooking for me lol

Yeah ---- almonds in casseroles was mom's signature!!!! Water chestnuts work good too --- just something to give it a 'crunch' instead of mushy..... makes it really nice!

I had planned on using stovetop stuffing for the topping, but being that I have 'many' rolls of crescent rolls, I figured I could get by with just some crackers for crunchy topping.... in hindsight, since I screwed up with the amount of liquid --- it was a good thing :bigsmile:

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Gochuganjg smoked wings.


Oh dear god, please tell me more.

Wings in my freezer . . . check.
Tub o' gochujang in my fridge . . . check.

I'm ready!

I brined the wings for like 18hrs. Seasoned them. On smoker for about 1.5 hours at 225. About 20min at 275 for a bit of crisp at the end.
Sauce is a base of butter, season for spice. Honey and brown sugar, fresh garlic. And then your gochganjg sauce. Pretty simple. They are incredible!

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Thanks, that sounds fantastic.

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Our Thanksgiving plans fell through but did our cook today. Picked up a NY Strip loin roast that Safeway had on a half off sale (paid $46, was $93) Did a reverse sear on the Kettle today. Came out really good.


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