What Canned Goods Do I Use?

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For my October Cans Get You Cooking post, I’d like to share all of the different canned goods that I buy on a regular basis.  I took pictures of the canned goods at my local Market Basket.  So here they are, in no particular order.
 

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I use these Old El Paso Chopped Green Chiles in my Mexican dishes.

 

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I also use the Rotel Diced Tomatoes & Green Chilies in my Mexican dishes and hot appetizers.

 

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Contadina Tomato Paste is added to my homemade Spaghetti Sauce.

 

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Hunts Sauce is used in my Sloppy Joes recipe and other pasta dishes.

 

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I couldn’t make my homemade spaghetti sauce without 2 cans of Pastene Ground Peeled Tomatoes!

 

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B & M Baked Beans are quite a staple in my house.

 

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I use Nestle Carnation Sweetened Condensed Milk for lots of dessert recipes.

 

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I go through a lot of Libby’s 100% Pure Pumpkin this time of year!

 

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As far as canned soups go, Progresso Tomato Basil is my personal favorite.

 

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Dave and I love Campbell’s Cream of Chicken soup in my Parmesan Chicken Bake!

 

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I use College Inn chicken and beef broth for lots of recipes.  As for the chicken broth, it is added to my Make Ahead Mini Chicken Pot Pie recipe.

 

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I always keep Delmonte Sweet Peas on hand.  It goes with just about anything.

 

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I use Bush’s Kidney Beans in Dave’s famous chili!

 

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I use Campbell’s Golden Pork Gravy for my Pork Chops with Golden Pork Gravy.

 

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I eat Dole Pineapple Chunks as a snack and always leave some in the refrigerator at work in case I get hungry.

 

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The DelMonte 100 calorie cans of fruit get packed in my lunch bag at least once a week.

 

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Last, but not least, we love cranberry sauce with chicken or turkey.

 

A well-stocked Cantry helps you save time and get a healthy, flavorful and home-cooked meal on the table, more often. It’s homemade made easy!

 

Now that you’ve seen what I buy on a regular basis, what canned goods are in YOUR Cantry?

 

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Comments

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    says

    This time of year there is always a few cans of Libby’s Pumpkin and Eagle Brand Sweetened Condensed Milk for my pumpkin pies. I also have a good stock of Chicken Corn Chowder (Any brand really) for my cold day lunches ;)

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    Charlotte Moore says

    I keep canned chicken for quick chicken salad or chicken and barley soup. Always have tom. sauce, paste, red beans, black beans, pineapple, and peaches.

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    mrsshukra says

    Canned tuna, crushed pineapple, sardines, pumpkin, tsubishian, garbanzo beans, cream of mushroom soup, Amy’s lentil soups!

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