Potato and cheese pirogues with diced up cabbage, onions and carrots and turkey keilbasa. Chop up the cabbage, onions and carrots. Put a little butter in a large deep frying pan. Season the veggies with some salt and white pepper to taste. Let them sweat over med. low heat until tender. Pan sauté the pirogues a few minutes on each side until golden brown then add them to the cooked veggies. Wipe out the pan that you sautéed the pirogues in, cut and sauté the kielbasa. Add the kielbasa to the pirogues and veggies and enjoy. Quick, simple and my kids 4 and 3 love it! Michelle
Salsa Chicken! 1 whole chicken, 1 jar of salsa (your choice of mild, med, hot), 2 packages of taco seasoning. Put it all in the crock pot, add a little water and cook 6-8 hours. Serve over rice. Jeris
I just made my "I'm too lazy to cook so I'll just throw stuff in a pot" dinner. Pasta, alfredo sauce, mixed veggies, a little butter, and a dollop of cream cheese (for extra creamy pasta.) Dinner is done. Simple and delicious. Melissa
I think I may need to make that salsa chicken tonight; it just looks too simple to be true. But I’m sure they’re all delicious! If you have an easy weeknight meal to share, email it to me via my Web site. My kids and I will thank you for it!
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