Quick Pantry Dinner

There are times, as much as I hate to admit it, that I completely fail at planning a menu in advance. I am all about quick meals these days. Between my job, being a mom, and running a household I do not have the time I used to have to spend in the kitchen on a school night. This is a quick dinner you can put together in a flash, especially if you have the ingredients on hand as I usually do.

Quick Pantry Dinner from sloCooking.net #familyfriendly #kidapproved #easyrecipe

Quick Pantry Dinner

One package of your favorite chicken sausage, I always have a package or two in my freezer for nights like this
One package gluten-free rice pilaf
¼ cup chopped white onion
½ cup chopped button mushroom

  • Cook pilaf according to package directions
  • Cook sausage until browned on all sides
  • Set aside sausage and let cool for a minute
  • Quickly saute mushrooms and onion, when cooked mix in to cooked pilaf
  • Plate up pilaf and top with slices of sausage

Quick Pantry Dinner
 
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Ingredients
  • One package of your favorite chicken sausage, I always have a package or two in my freezer for nights like this
  • One package gluten-free rice pilaf
  • ¼ cup chopped white onion
  • ½ cup chopped button mushroom
Instructions
  1. Cook pilaf according to package directions
  2. Cook sausage until browned on all sides
  3. Set aside sausage and let cool for a minute
  4. Quickly saute mushrooms and onion, when cooked mix in to cooked pilaf
  5. Plate up pilaf and top with slices of sausage

 

Quick Pantry Dinner from sloCooking.net #familyfriendly #kidapproved #easyrecipe

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