I was inspired when Martin brought this...
|sorry, not the best picture|
... home from the store. This is actually a pretty good pre-made Fasolka. We have a "Polish" section at our fancy grocery store down the street and they carry a small selection of some really great products imported directly from Poland. Martin likes to buy as much stuff as budget-ly possible so the store will continue to stock it. This he bought for Friday when we want to avoid eating meat but don't want to have to cook. It is a meatless Fasolka.
Meatless?! Are you insane? This won't do at all. So I googled a good recipe. Couldn't really find one I liked until I checked over at Polish Mama on the Prairie's blog...she had a great one!
So, I whipped some up. Pretty simple really. Well, first I got all the kids in the car to go get the ingredients since I didn't have them all on hand. THEN I whipped some up...
|Mmmmm...big ol' pot.|
The best thing about this dish, it's kid-friendly, all the kids liked it. It's dairy and gluten free for those with sensitivities AND, leave out the meat and you have yourself a wonderful Lenten dish.
I love Fasolka.
Try it, you won't be disappointed!