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    Garbage pot




    I don't know what this is really called but its good

    Ingredients

    2 boneless skinless chicken breast
    1 hillshire farms Polska kielbasa link
    1 jar prego marinara sauce
    1 jar Alfredo sauce (any brand)
    1 pkg frozen mixed veggies
    1 can red kidney beans
    2 cups rice

    Cut chicken and kielbasa into bite sized pieces brown in pan with cooking spray.

    Add chicken and kielbasa and all other ingredients (except rice) into a big pot n simmer until veggies are cooked through.

    Serve over rice




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    Last edited by cali~jenn; 01-21-2013 at 09:52 AM.

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    Sounds good and easy, I like that about a recipe!

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    The recipe sounds good and easy, but the name has got to go! (just kidding)

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    Lmao my fiancé named it I called it adirondack gumbo lol maybe that's what it should be called


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    Re: Garbage pot




    Yummmmm! this even sounds like something i could share w/my bullies! Love the fact u just dump everything into one pot and cook that way.

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    I think the name is funny, makes you go "what's that?"


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    Lmao! The name cracked me up. Sounds good and very diff.

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    Sounds interesting and easy. I will have to try it!!

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    This recipe can be called many things but not garbage pot Really liked the simplicity of this. It's what I call "my type of recipe". Thanks for sharing.

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