- June 15, 2007 at 12:56 pm #252333
Don’t forget about breakfast for dinner! Popovers, pancakes, Omelettes, spanish omelettes (add potato)Quote:.
Sent: Friday, June 15, 2007 2:53 PM
Subject: Budget101.com : Re: my budgeting is back to where i started
I have a fairly easy meal that isn’t very expensive and you can easily
make a large amount.
Over medium heat, saute onions and green peppers in butter (or cooking
oil) until onions are transparent. The amount you use of onions and
green peppers is your choice.
Cube potatoes (again the amount is your choice. I usually make two
skillets full). Place the potatoes in the pan with the onions and green
Dice up a one pound package of polska kielbasa, polish sausage, smoked
sausage or whatever meat you want to use and place it in pan.
Cover, stirring occassionally until potatoes are tender.
Takes about 30 mins. from start to finish and fills you up!
This is a very inexpensive meal especially when you get the kielbasa on
sale buy one, get one free!
Also I have a chicken and noodle skillet and a chicken and rice recipe
if you’re interested. Just let me know.
Mother of 3 kids, a husband, a brother and a nephew! LOL (not to
mention the pets! lol)
— In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, “mkroom4trble”
> I don’t know what i am doing wrong. I had spent all the moneys i had
> for food already. I have food but my meal planning seems to use the
> of it? How do you minimize the amount of the main dishes but still
> a complete meal to feed six hungery people. Since my last request we
> had taken in my boysfriends son for two weeks so my food supply is
> less. Please help. This child will not eat bread products. Thanks
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