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1 lb italian sausage crumbled
3 green onion
hand ful of spinach
3 jars of pasta sauce
pasta lots (rotini or spirles) cooked
fresh mozzerella (6 oz or more)
in a pan saute all veggies and meat except spinach
minute before veggies are done and meat's brown add spinach wilt spinach
add sauce and seasoning and wine simmer for 20 minutes (you might not be able to fit all sauce just add what you can)
in a large casserole dish put down a layer of sauce
layer of pasta
layer of sauce
few spoon fulls of sour cream
repeat til you run out of pasta
last layer no sour cream just sauce and cheese
bake in a 350 degree oven for 30 minutes or until cheese is bubbling
Currently in my crock pot I have my own variation of chicken and (noodles or rice, haven't decided yet)
I took 2 boneless, skinless, chicken breasts. Threw in some left over white wine, black pepper, garlic salt, and paprika in the bottom. Swished it around with the chicken and threw a jar of Alfredo sauce ontop of the chicken. I'm gonna have green beans as a side and homemade brownies for dessert.
Stuffed grape leaves. Mmmm. :3
Banana/Apple Cinnamon pancakes
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What does one stuff such things with? It looks like it might be a Spring Roll kind of thing, without all that fried crap on the outside. I must know what is inside these!
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I made southern style green beans for lunch and they were AWESOME!
Originally Posted by Patches
Yeah, it's usually stuffed with rice. Sometimes you can add in meat as well if you want. (:
Originally Posted by Red Herring
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White cheese fondue from scratch - Emmenthaler & Greyere cheeses (grated and tossed with flour beforehand), white wine (Sauvignon Blanc, technically), nutmeg, mustard powder, garlic rubbed on the inside of the double boiler before use... with two kinds of bread (sourdough & a whole wheat panini studded with currants and nuts) and sliced Granny Smith apples to dip in it.
Drank a dark, dry hard cider alongside it.
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