Confetti Kielbasa Skillet
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
This is fabulous. My husband requests it. I didn't have the herb blend the first time so I use a bit of parsley and garlic powder. I have since made it with the herb blend and I don't think it made a difference. The other ingredients make the flavor.
Want to give this a try, but what would you substitute for the Mrs. Dash seasoning blend; just hate to spend the money on something I may not ever use again when I have a full cabinet of various seasonings. Thanks!!!
It's so good!
We loved this skillet meal!
DELICIOUS. I added a little over 1Lb of the meat and added 3t cayenne pepper. It was great!
This is probably one of the fastest meals I've ever made and I even doubles the recipe. It's surprising how much flavor you can get out of so few ingredients.
So many different flavors! We loved it!!
I just made this for my son and his girlfriend. We all loved it! My only adjustment was increasing the amount of sausage to one pound. And they liked shredded cheese on it.
The chicken broth I had on hand had gone bad so I used beef broth instead. Still tasted good! Both my husband and I agreed that it could use just a bit more meat. Next time I will cut the kielbasa slices in half. I may also back off on the beans a bit. I also found that it needed something extra. Maybe just a bit more salt or some other spice. Either way, I'll be making this again. Very easy!Update: I made this again tonight with a few changes. I used fresh sweet red pepper instead of the roasted, and cooked it with the onions. I used the same amount of meat but cutting it in half really helped disperse it out more. I did back off the beans a little like I thought I should and that was great! Instead of brown rice, I actually used long grain and wild rice I had leftover in the fridge (which I had made with the seasoning packet). The flavor of the rice with the other spices was GREAT!!! I think I'll be making it with that kind of rice from now on.