This is a very good and hearty old-fashioned dish that I think came from Taste of Home. It's almost like a stew or even a soup. I have tried it with keilbasa but it wasn't as good. I like to serve it with rye bread.
A good, old-fashioned comfort meal! I believe this recipe came from the Pillsbury Refrigerated Pie Crust package, but don't let that fool you. It's the best pot pie I have ever tasted and a great way to use up left-over chicken or turkey.
Ooo La La! I LOVE my crockpot and my DH LOVES this recipe! Served with rice or noodles, a hot veggie or salad, a crusty loaf of bread, and a glass of white wine, you'll have an easy and romantic mid-week dinner waiting for you when you get home! Enjoy your evening!
I make this with Christmas dinner every year. My Polish mother-in-law thought it was as good as the one she remembered her mother making when she was a child. Only difference is that this one is a lot easier.
My DD found this in a recent issue of Taste of Home Healthy Cooking and made it for dinner. Although she subbed a combo of hot and mild sausage for the turkey links, it turned was great! Paired with Italian bread this was a filling and hearty soup, especially good on this raw, rainy Sunday night.
A real quick, kid-friendly recipe. Served over hamburger buns it is a little less sweet and/or spicy than most sloppy Joes. It is also good served over rice. I can't remember where I got this recipe, but it's a quick dinner from ingredients I always have on hand.
An easy and light recipe from Barbara Gibbons, 'The Slim Gourmet'. Although I haven't tried this, I'm sure it will appeal to calorie counters as well as those on low-carb diets. Let me know what you think!