This is one of my mother's one pot meals. The combination of rich, salty kielbasa with a light Asian-inspired noodle stir fry is just delicious! Adjust amounts to suit your preferences; personally, I love lots of veggies. Some cooks may prefer to use 2 links of kielbasa (it's so delicious I can't blame you!). Use turkey kielbasa to cut some calories. Prep time will vary depending on whether you chop your veggies or buy them sliced.
The name "Chocolate Banana Cake" does not do this dessert justice. Not even remotely. Banana-chocolate chip cake is layered with white chocolate whipped cream and banana slices, while the entire thing is covered in white chocolate whipped cream and topped with chocolate ganache. Just incredible. Add nuts for extra flavor. The recipe comes from a Canadian Living cookbook and can be found on the Canadian Living website. Worth the time it takes to make, particularly for special occasions.
This recipe is adapted from Zusie-Q's Rock Cakes recipe (#110691). Use your favorite dried fruits. My grandmother's version called for raisins and chopped maraschino cherries. I like cranberries and chopped apricots. Note: if you're using cranberries, adding a shaving of orange zest compliments them nicely. Even chocolate chips work nicely here (paired with fruit).
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