Challenger Jessica Honecker learns that not every dish made at home is a hit. In all fairness, the stuff at restaurants isn’t always either. At least she tried!
I cook a lot at the house. Many meals I have gotten off of several websites and have learned to stay away from certain ones. Well, I got a daily recipe off of a site, and since I had all of the ingredients I decided to make it last night for dinner.
kelbsa cooked in a frying pan, cut in 1/4 circles
8oz penne pasta uncooked (do not cook it, it will cook in the oven)
2 1/2 cups milk
1 can of cream of mushroom soup
2 cups of cheddar cheese shredded
1 cup of peas
friend onions (frenchs)
So you mix the milk and the soup together pour in a casserole dish, and the pasta, then kelbasa, cheese, peas, and onions. Cover tightly with tin foil and bake at 375 for 45 minutes, then add some more onions and cheese bake 5 minutes then let stand about ten minutes.
This dish was way too rich for my family. They liked it, they ate it but about an hour later they were complaining that the dish was coming back to haunt them. My son never looks at what I cook because then he gets grossed out and can’t eat the meal. I know without anyone telling me that I will not be cooking this meal again.