I've never done a recipe swap, but after seeing them over at The Grocery Cart Challenge and at Cooking Like a Frugalite I have decided to share.
I never know what deals on meat I will find at the store. A few weeks ago I found kielbasa marked down to $1.99. I can normally feed my family with one pound of this. So I picked it up. Well at the beginning of this week I was scraping for things to put together. After searching through some old recipes I came up with putting a few different recipes together from ingredients that I had on hand. (Which wasn't much, LOL)
Kielbasa Quickie (feeds 4-6/ Estimated time of prep and cooking 30 minutes total!)
2 boxes of Stove Top stuffing
2 cups of broth (I used beef broth but chicken works too)
2 cups cheddar cheese (or whatever you have)
-Preheat oven to 350 degrees/Spray 9x13 pan with cooking spray
-Dump Stove Top into pan
-Pour in broth
-Cut up kielbasa into bite size pieces and place on top of stuffing (do NOT mix)
-Sprinkle cheese on top
-Cover with loosely with foil
-Bake for 10 minutes
-Remove foil and bake for 10 more minutes
Great with side salad or whatever veggies you have on hand or even just by itself. This is very filling. My hubby can eat quite a bit, but he was full after just one bowl of this.
You're welcome to share this, just give me credit please.