Sounds a bit crazy….and I guess it could be considering what you put into this skillet meal.
This is another quick and easy but HEALTHY recipe that’s great for yourself or your entire family. I call it the mosh pit because I get a little creative and I also use this dish as a way to use vegetables going bad. See a repetition there? I hate the feeling that I’m wasting food and money on the groceries so I make sure to utilize it all.
In this particular meal:
I used ground meat, Mexican squash, white onion, a can of tomatoes, and coleslaw cabbage mix. And I can’t ever forget my heap of garlic to add in some extra benefits. Spices included Himalayan salt, smidge of basil, parsley and oregano.
I cook my meat first, then drain whatever fat comes off. After the meat, I add the spices onion and garlic, along with all the others veggies.
Cook on low heat with the skillet lid covering so that it can really cook down and so your veggies and meat absorb all the spices/salt.
Makes for a delicious meal as is or if you choose can serve up with a bread. We love it just as it is….however when I’m feeling “extra” I’ll add some Siracha 🙂 cha cha cha (sorry had to).