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Thursday, June 12, 2008

Spinach and Asiago Cheese Chicken Sausages

Spinach and Asiago Cheese Chicken Sausages
Served over Steamed Asparagus and Alfredo Pasta
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I actually had this on the plates ready to eat in 15 minutes!
The pasta was a Lipton Side package ~ 10 minutes
The asparagus was steamed until tender-crisp.
And the sausages come fully cooked so they went on the
grill until heated through.
Pecan Sourcream Muffins made earlier in the day ~
recipe to come to blogland soon.
Yum!

21 comments:

  1. Wow... I ate and now I'm salivating again. Yummmmmm... Those sausages sound particularly fabulous. Looking forward to another great pecan recipe from you Betsy. :)

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  2. Love the new header!!!

    What a pretty dinner, and delicious too! I should explore the world of sausages a bit... I don't know much about serving them besides with breakfast or on pizza.

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  3. That is a beautiful plate of food. I love meals that are quick and easy.

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  4. Betsy,
    You little dickens, you!! Your 15 minute meal sounds like something for a bachelor to enjoy... I'll be over in a heartbeat....beautiful complimentary colors in your picture...look at that plate..mmmm!
    Have a great weekend!
    Love,
    The Bach

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  5. oh my goodness,
    I just now saw your beautiful morning glories and your floral slide show is great. Mom loved morning glories. Did you and I ever make holly hock dolls?
    Unks

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  6. Oh MERCY!!!!! That sausage sounds and looks divine...Asiago Cheese is so good and pair it with the rest of what you had...Lucky men you have there!

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  7. Anderson's sells the best homemade chicken, asiago and spinach sausages ever. Haven't had any yet this season...now I must go get some!

    Pretty new header! :)

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  8. Bach ~ thanks, you come on over! Yes, we made hollyhock dolls! In fact, I was just telling Abraham Lincoln about them a few days ago when he posted a beautiful blossom photo! Their blossoms really do make the best ballroom gowns! :)

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  9. Willow ~ yes, you must get some...yummy...and the best part was that there were leftovers...even faster than 15 minutes!

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  10. Don't you just love unusually flavoured sausage? I can't resist them...

    This looks so good, so healthy, so delicious....arent' sausages the universal "quick dinner" rescure, and the cooks best "fast food" friend!

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  11. That looks delicious! I've been craving that sausage this week! I love 15-minute meals..

    Have a great weekend!

    Michelle

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  12. What time is dinner? Can I bring the wine?

    Yum!

    Love the flower slideshow and new header!

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  13. Pat ~ absolutely! Wouldn't that be fun to have you for dinner! Yes..bring the wine...we can chat about my cruise and your lovely trip to Ireland!

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  14. Thanks for the comment on my Photo Hunt post - yes, Kit is a very sporting bloke.

    Your sourcream muffins sounds great. My speciality is choc-chip muffins!

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  15. Hey Betsy, Thanks for stoppiing by my blog and commenting. I really appreciate it. On another note, I wish you ladies that specialize in the food stuff would quick putting such great pictures on your site! I guess I'm going to have to stop by for a visit at your blog after I eat dinner!!! Thanks again.

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  16. Congratulations Betsy, you are a winner! Pop over to the birdbath to bask in your triumph...

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  17. Okay Betsy...I am IN...and waiting for the sour cream muffin recipe!! They sound SCRUMPTIOUS!

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  18. This looks so delicious--great eye appeal, too!! And I LOVE those plates.

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  19. this all looks delicious. i look forward to seeing the muffin recipe!!

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