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This week I am making yet another 30-minute meal. My life, it seems, and kitchen are running on these quick and easy meals lately. With all of the demands of life, work, and family I love that I am still able to provide a healthy meal with less time in the kitchen.
And without compromising taste/flavor. I do not enjoy flat tasting bland meals. At all.
I’m sure most of you struggle to meet the everyday demands as well. Then, you come home and have to figure out what in the world is for dinner?
Sound familiar? I spend most of my days cooking and still wonder the same thing!
Let me help you get a balanced and nutritious meal on the table so you can spend more time with your family and not be slaving over a hot stove. Unless you want to be in the kitchen. Full disclosure, some days I like to hide there too.
This particular recipe has been a go-to for me for months now. I’m amazed it’s not on the blog yet since I make it every single week.
We all love this kielbasa and vegetable stir-fry and even my 4-year-old requests it!
This isn’t quite a one pot meal, but cleanup is a breeze since only the rice is made in a separate pot. I prefer to make my rice in my instant pot since I can push a button and forget about it.
Ready to make this kielbasa vegetable stir-fry?
Great! All you need is an onion, a package of multi-colored bell peppers, grape tomatoes (of any variety), your favorite kielbasa, spinach, and salt and pepper. Easy enough, right?
You can even go off script and substitute with veggies you have on hand. Garlic adds a great flavor as well. Kale or swiss chard can also easily replace the spinach. Get creative and use what you have to create your own dish.
Once you’ve prepped all veggies, just add them to a large nonstick chef pan, season with salt and pepper, and sauté. Add the kielbasa at the same time and allow the veggies to cook down uncovered. The tomatoes will burst and release their bright flavor into the dish.
Be sure to start your rice before you begin prepping your veggies. By the time the sausage and vegetables are done cooking the rice will be finished as well.
Combine in the pan and serve while warm.