Originally Posted by perchie.girl
All I had was leftover Chinese Rice
an OLD onion stored in the refrigerator
Two links of Kilbasa
and a can of Creme of celery soup.
I sliced the kilbasa on a bias and carmelized them in a big dry pan... Once they were dark brown on the cut sides I pushed em to the edge of the pan and threw in the onions and two pats of butter. Cooked them till they were brown. Then I put in the rice which was a big square BLOCk.... had to break it up. Turned down the heat because something was smelling burned.
Added the can of soup and a can of water and scraped the bottom of the pan while turning every thing over to get it mixed....
Smells good. I havent seasoned it yet. Not a lot of salt will be needed but it will need pepper...
By the time I added pepper and stirred all the moisture was absorbed.... And No it didnt need salt.
I would serve it with a salad but I cant keep salad fixins alive in this house.
I remember eating something similar to this as a kid that was just called goolosh(sp). ground beef, rice, corn, onion. In reality it was probably just what was on hand as I seem to remember the components changing slightly here and there. Feel like I could spruce this up now with some educated flair.
Originally Posted by Sally Sunshine
I am starving whuts fer breakfast Zach?
Sorry sally, brunch was a doozy yesterday, 119 with just the 2 of us on the line. Specials were
chocolate chip pancakes with whipped cream and Melba suace.
Baked egg W/ spinach tomato and parmesan
Denver omelette, ham chedder bell pepper and red onion
Next week will most undoubtedly be one of our busiest brunches. I didnt want to go over board with them this week to set it up better for next. I'm already working on the specials for it.
Strawberry stuffed french toast
Pesto and tri tip omelette /tomato and mushroom and possibly fresh mozzarella
I finally had a chance to cook up some of the morels how I intended last week during brunch, the Misses got to sample one as I finished them up I got to sample none. I ended up sending them out to a table
some good friends of mine and the bosses so it was definitely worth it. Also turned out that they really love morels so win win.
A.Edited by attimus - 5/2/16 at 11:09am