I am asked quite often if it’s true putting a scallion in a bit of water that it will regrow. I always do this during the winter as it’s an inexpensive way to have scallion greens throughout the winter when your garden is not producing.
Place the white ends in a cup of fresh water and change it every couple of days. Chop what you need and in a few days it will sprout again and grow.
These 2 scallions were first used in mid December. I have since been using just these two when I need scallion greens.
You can see where I have chopped them and the new growth. This was 4 days after I used them.
This picture is 11 days later. They are almost full grown. The one laying down I was using tonight and started to chop it but decided to put it back in for the picture.
Give it a try for fresh scallions all winter 🙂
Simple, quick and easy meals are a must do in my world. These chicken rollups are a perfect dinner you can put together in less than 10 minutes and pop in the oven for 35 minutes and have a wonderful meal. It’s a sure hit with everyone having chicken, stuffing and gravy all in one. We topped it off with some homemade cranberry sauce adding to the “comfort food” level!
The ingredients include thin chicken breasts, stuffing (you can use boxed to keep it quick but I like to make my own), 1 can of cream of chicken or celery soup, 1/2 cup of milk. That’s it!
Here are more pictures and the recipe at the bottom.
Assemble all the ingredients
Lay a thin chicken breast on a plate and put a tablespoon of stuffing on top
Roll it up and place in the baking dish
Continue until all is used up
Mix the soup with the milk and pour over the top spreading to cover all
Bake at 350 degrees for 35 minutes and the chicken is cooked through.
Open a homemade jar of wonderful cranberry sauce (Cranberry Sauce recipe) or you can use store bought
And dinner is served!
1 package thin style chicken breasts
1 box stuffing (or you can make your own)
1 can cream of chicken, celery, or mushroom soup
1/2 cup milk
Lay out the chicken breasts and place a heaping tablespoon of stuffing on each. Roll and place in baking dish. Mix soup and milk in a bowl and pour over chicken. Cover and bake at 350 degrees for 35 minutes or until chicken is cooked through.