The Best Things in Life Are Three

Here's what you'll need to make the recipes from this episode of Rachael Ray's 3 in the Bag.

You'll need the following ingredients to make Chicken in a Sack, Paprika Flank Steak with Watercress and Tex-Mex Tomato Soup and Grilled Cheese.

 

Shopping List:

4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts

One 2-pound flank steak

12 ounces haricots verts

2 cups cherry tomatoes or grape tomatoes

2 bunches watercress

1 bunch chives

1 bunch parsley

1 bunch scallions

1 bunch tarragon

1 bunch thyme

Bulb garlic

3 large shallots

2 onions

1 lemon

12 ounces smoked blue or Danish blue cheese

8 slices pepper Jack cheese 

1/3 to 1/2 cup sour cream

8 slices white or whole wheat bread 

1 can chipotles in adobo

One 32-ounce can San Marzano tomatoes

3 cups chicken or vegetable stock

 

Pantry List:

Butter

Tomato paste

White wine

Olive oil

Granulated garlic

Granulated onion

Smoked sweet paprika

Salt and pepper

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