Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Cheesy Kielbasa Pasta & a Giveaway!

Happy Wednesday! It's been busy at our house today. We have little friends over and it's been a riot here all afternoon. I love watching kids using their imaginations and just playing all over the place!
Now on to tonight's dinner. Unfortunately it was not a hit in my house. The husband is gone so I have yet to receive his input. He's doing field exercises with his military training class. So I'll get his input tomorrow. Anyway I hope you guys like it, I thought it was good, but the kids had different opinions. Bummer. Oh well. At least we tried!!

Cheesy Kielbasa & Pasta
16 oz ditalini pasta (or whatever short pasta you like)
1 bag frozen broccoli
1 can cheddar cheese soup
3/4 C milk (I just filled the soup can with the milk)
2 pkg pre-cooked kielbasa, sliced
8oz shredded cheddar cheese

Cook pasta according to package directions. Drain. In large saucepan add soup, milk and broccoli. Cook until heated through and add the pasta and kielbasa. Cook for about 10 minutes until broccoli and kielbasa are heated through.

We also served these with breadsticks topped with cheese.


And now for the best part! A fun give away from Progresso. I'm really excited about this. They have started to make broth now instead of just the soup. Their soup is already so yummy! The gift baskets (see attached image) include a free coupon for Progresso Broth, a recipe card holder, recipe box and wicker basket, as well as a set of serving spoons and a spoon rest.I'm excited to hear about how you use broth. Let me know your favorite holiday recipe that includes broth of some kind for your chance to win and GOOD LUCK there will be 3 winners!!!!

Also until the winners are announced here is a link that will give you a coupon for the new broth! It's good until December 17.


HAPPY EATING!!!!!!!!!!


Stephanie said...

Hmmm, a favorite holiday food with broth... This might be kind of boring, but I have always LOVED some simple stuffing made with broth. It can even be the boxed stuff. I just love it! It's even better when you mix in some dried cranberries. And it has to have celery and onions, those aren't optional.

Colleen said...

i agree with stephanie stuffing made with broth is so good. i crave it year round. also making rice with broth is great. it add lots of flavor.

MaryBeth said...

Turkey Stuffing Casserole

2 C. Chopped Turkey
3 C. Stuffing
3 Small Yukon Gold Potatoes (Cubed & Cooked)
4 C. Turkey Gravy
2 C. Chicken Broth
1 ½ C. Corn (Peas, Green Beans, or Carrots)
Corn Starch

Place everything into a soup pot and simmer for 15-20 minutes, using equal amounts of water and corn starch thicken the filling to your desired consistency. While the filling is thickening turn on the oven to 350 degrees, when the oven is ready transfer the filling into a casserole dish and top with the stuffing. Bake for 20 minutes or until the stuffing is brown and crispy around the edges, serve with fruit or green salad.

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