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4 servings, 2 cups (500 mL) each
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Substitute chicken broth for the wine.
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This tasted even better the next day after all the flavors melded together.
I didn't have the Olive Oil dressing that the recipe called for so I subbed Italian Dressing which I had on hand and added a bit of olive oil when I cooked my meats and the veggies after.
I seasoned my pork before cooking it, I think meat needs that to develop the flavors when browning up better.
My hubby didn't care this too much either but overall, I liked it.
Loved it. So easy to make. Tasted like casoulet that I have had in France.
My family found the meat bland. They didn't like the carrot bean combo. Perhaps the kolbassa was not spiced enough to carry through the pork.