12 October 2016

Recipe as promised (then really going to go unplug for the night)

This recipe, I came up with because I couldn't think of anything to put together for dinner that wasn't something we'd done 800 times already, and we hadn't gone shopping yet, and I was too lazy to go to the store (seriously, introvert.  Grocery store.  NOT a good mix!).

It's really simple, and fairly inexpensive (less than $15) to throw together.

What you will need -

Crock Pot

Potatoes, chopped up (this depends entirely upon how big your crock pot is.  I have a 4QT, so I can generally fit 4-6, SOMETIMES 7, potatoes if I'm not really adding much else.)

Kielbasa, chopped.

Boneless BBQ wings, chopped

Boneless Buffalo wings, chopped

Seasonings of your choosing (I tend to go for the Cajun seasoning, as well as onion powder, garlic powder, seasoned salt)

Cooking spray (seriously, you'll thank me when you're not scrubbing potato starch off your crock pot's inside for 20 minutes)

Directions -

Spray the inside of the crockpot with cooking spray.  Just a light coating.

Sprinkle in seasonings into the bottom of the pot.

Take the potatoes, meat, and seasonings, mixed together, and put them into the crockpot, cover with the lid, and put on HIGH HEAT for about 3 - 3 1/2 hours.  Stir occasionally, but it's not really necessary.

Once the potatoes are soft, that's about when it's ready to be served up.  We usually eat ours with shredded cheese.  YUM.

My recommendation when it comes to cleanup, when it's safe to do so, put some soap into your crock pot (of course removed from the heating element HA HA), and turn on ONLY the hot water and fill it up and let it soak for a good while.  Even though yes, cooking spray's been implemented, this makes cleanup a LOT easier (and quicker).

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