Unstuffed Cabbage

My husband and I both love cabbage and we really like cabbage rolls.

I hate making them they take forever to get all rolled up.

I found a recipe for unstuffed cabbage rolls and let me tell you it was super good and something different to cook. I am always looking for something different.

1 –  2 # of 80% lean ground beef

1 Cabbage chopped into chunks

Dash of salt

Black Pepper to taste

1 cup chopped up onion

2 cloves of garlic minced

8 oz tomato sauce ( if you want it moister you can add more)

8 oz diced tomatoes

1/2 – 3/4 cup beef broth for flavor

2 cups cooked rice – Optional

All you have to do is brown the ground meat, sautee the garlic and onions.

Cut your cabbage into chunks. Combine everything and heat over medium heat in a large pan until the cabbage is done 20 minutes at the most. Make sure to stir several times.

This easy 30-minute meal it is quite the time saver and very tasty.

 

 

Pesto Chicken

Yesterday I bought the Power Pressure Cooker XL it is electric. I never wanted a stove top pressure cooker they always scared me.

The cost varies on this but starts around $90.00 – $130.00. Kohls had it on sale for $89.99 and I had 15% off scratch off so it ended up being $76.49

My first thing to try out was the Pesto Chicken.

Pesto Chicken

8 –  skinless boneless chicken tenderloins

1 – can of diced tomatoes

1- cup of chicken broth cup of water

1-  cup of water

1 – can of tomato paste

1/2 – package of frozen sliced bell peppers

1 – heaping tablespoon of Italian seasoning

1 – teaspoon of garlic powder

Salt and Pepper

3 – cloves of fresh Garlic

1 – package of fettuccini noodles

Make sure you stir it up good.

I set it on the Stew cycle once it builds pressure which takes 10- 15 minutes then the countdown of 10 – minutes cooking time begins. Once it is done cooking it goes onto the warm cycle so if your busy outside doing something it keeps your food warm.

The smell is amazing and it tastes really good.

I think I might get pretty spoiled to this whole pressure cooking thing.

 

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