Thursday, January 14, 2016

Hot and Easy Supper Recipe!




Awe..the weather outside has gotten Chilly!
One thing I like about cold weather is...
Comfort food!
With the temperatures in the 20's in the mornings, it gets me to wanting to make something hot to eat.
I found this recipe on Facebook the other day that was posted by a friend. It didn't sound like anything I would think of eating, but it looked good, so off to the store we went to buy the ingredients. 

It's called "Crock-pot Slop"




The name alone would make you make a sour face!

Here is the recipe:
Crock-pot Slop

Put in crock-pot in order:
Do not stir!


1 large can of Green Beans (do not drain)
8 Cut up Russet Potatoes

2 sliced Kielbasa Sausage

1 diced onion

Put enough water to cover potatoes

Drop in 4 Chicken Bouillon cubes

Salt and Pepper to taste

Cook 4 to 6 hours on high
Stir and serve!!

It was very good and hubby loved it!
I always have to tweak a recipe to my liking, I used 4 large red potatoes instead of Russet ones. I only cooked mine for 4 and 1 half hours.









I will be making this again, so easy and good!
There is enough juice with it, if you like it, but I prefer mine without.


Enjoy the day, while supper is cooking!

Sylvia

8 comments:

  1. I'm not so sure I like the name, but I love easy one-pot recipes!

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  2. well thats a pot full of wonderful!

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  3. Looks delicious....and I love that you tried it and recommended it. That will encourage me to try it too.
    Hugs and love,
    Jackie

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  4. I saw this on facebook too. So glad you made it and kinda 'tested the waters' for us. I will ne be making it soon, I think Mr D will really like it. I'm also going use your change to the recipe, I think we would also like the red potatoes more than the russet.

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  5. I'm glad you included a picture, not sure I would have tried it by the name! Lol. This looks delicious!

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  6. Sounds easy and yummy too - despite the name!

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  7. Sylvia, That is my kind of cooking. Looks so tasty and it is easy. That's for me. :):) Hope you are doing well. Blessings, xoxo,Susie

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  8. Visiting you from Me. Mary's blog. This looks delicious...I think even my picky eater hubby would eat it. HOPE you have a great Monday...stay warm.

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Thanks for visiting and leaving a comment, all your comments are read and appreciated! Sylvia