This recipe is an old Walsh Cookbook favorite, from way back when the Walsh Cookbook was still in the .doc phase. It is so easy to make and fantastic comfort food for any season.
Here is my mom's excerpt from the original recipe:
" This is another great recipe from our kitchen builder/restaurateur friend, Andrea. This is a favorite of Dad’s, especially because he’s become quite fond of polenta. This is a warm, homey, comforting one-dish meal that seems especially perfect in the winter. As with most of Andrea’s recipes that he taught us, this is deceptively simple and quick to make, but very delicious. In the summer when I put zucchini in absolutely everything I make, I add some cubed zucchini and sauté it with the meat. Very yummy. Sliced fresh mushrooms would be very nice, too. "
An additional note: Andrea is also the creator of "Keegan's Rigatoni Pasta with Broccoli and Sausage", another delicious dish!
One year ago: Strawberry Club Sandwiches
Two years ago: Lemon Pepper Spaghetti Nests
Three years ago: Marinated Buffalo Mozzarella and Tomato
Four years ago: Paprika Shrimp Pasta