not fried but darn close to it ;)
i needed to make a quick easy meal for my kids one day and all i had was some kielbasa sausage, onions, potatoes and carrots. therefore, i cut them up and put into a pot of water, wa-la, it was a hit. my now grown girls make it all the time.
i have so many recipes for marinara, my favorite tomato sauce. they must always include lots of garlic and a good red wine. you can adjust the chunkiness when processing. you can also adjust the garlic, olive oil, and sugar to your own taste. i also like
i was looking through an old fannie farmer cookbook, and came across this recipe.the original recipe made a 2-layer cake, but i cut it down to just make a smaller snack size type of cake.i put 25 minutes as the baking time,but you might want to check afte
all the traditional ingredients of everybody's favorite italian chicken dish--but this easier version is baked instead of simmered on top of the stove. serve with spaghetti, rice, mashed potatoes or crusty bread for mopping up the sauce. from ladie's hom
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