Kielbasa is a popular ingredient in many recipes. It is often used in recipes based on dishes from Eastern Europe, but is adaptable to many cuisines. This page contains recipes using kielbasa or Polish sausage.
This is a guide about kielbasa and fried potatoes. Kielbasa and potatoes combine to make a delicious meal.
By Robin from Washington, IA
this is also good with cooked noodles added when the Kiebasa and Cabbage is done. The noodles work with any kind of sausage.
This is great. Our family makes it in an oven dish, no carrots, add sliced onions. and one small can sauerkraut as well as thinly sliced cabbage with the potatoes and sliced kielbasa, all alternately layered with salt and pepper and a few tablespoons of water . Cover with foil and bake about 45 minutes or until potatoes are done. I learned to cook it in a pot, and was talking about it and someone had learned to do it in baking pan so daugher, daughter in law and myself tinkered until we got the recipe right to suit us all.
Any variation is good. We drain and slightly rinse the sauerkraut.
This is an easy weeknight meal that my whole family likes. It is inspired by a recipe of my mother's.
My parents and I really enjoy kielbasa. We have very limited ways of preparing it. Normally we fry or grill them and eat them on hotdog buns or bagels. We would really appreciate any casserole dishes or other ways to prepare this meat. We looked in a couple cook books with no success what so ever.
By Suntydt from Tazewell, TN
Here is a recipe I posted a few years ago. It's my mom's recipe and we make it often.
Grandma Sue's Famous Sausage Stew
I cut the sausage up into 2 inch pieces, put in casserole dish, along with 2 cans of new potatoes (pour in 1/2 to juice from can), parsley, minced onion and pepper to taste. Cover and bake at 350 F for about 30 minutes.
I like to cut it up and put it in a pot with potatoes and onions and green beans and season with salt and other thing a little broth or water and cook on stove top.
Try frying with cabbage and some onion flakes or chopped green onions.
By Linda from Eustis, FL
Editor's Note: Some of the ThriftyFun crew tried this recipe. It was wonderful, even passing the taste test of a 4 and 6 year old! We made a few slight modifications of the recipe on our 2nd attempt.
We used 1/2 a Hillshire Farms Turkey Kielbasa and sauted onions along with the sausage. We also added 2 Tbs. of water as it was cooking to provide a little more liquid when it was served over rice. The pictures provided are from when we made this dish!
I am looking for a bean recipe. If I were to name this recipe, I would call it ranch style beans, but not like the canned ranch style beans. These are slow cooked and have some sort of kielbasa sausage in them. (No other chunks that I could tell... haha) Wonderful flavor. I don't like most of the canned baked bean and related beans but we had these at a catored event recently and they were marvelous! Does anyone have anything similar?
Trisha from Albuquerque, NM
I have eight baked bean recipes,none with Keilbasa.This one has Pastrami. Do you suppose we could substitute?
Special Baked Beans # 7
1 large can of pork n' beans or 2 regular size cans
1 medium sized onion chopped fine
2 ribs of celery
1/4 cup of molasses
1/4 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup or medium salsa (more or less and mild to hot as you wish)
1/2 pound of Pastrami 1/4 inch diced
Add all ingredients and bake uncovered in 350 degree oven for 3/4 hour
or until hot and bubbly.
In the south (NC) we take a can of pork n beans, (or true ranch style beans) cut up alot of onion in them, slice up a beef kielbasa and add "only a cap full" off of a LIQUID SMOKE bottle. ("It" is found at your local grocery store in the seasonings department). Put in microwavable bowl, cover with saran wrap and nuke for 15 to 20 minutes depending on how strong you microwave is. OR bake at 350 for 30 minutes. It is the Liquid Smoke that gives it the great flavor WE THINK! GOOD LUCK AND HAPPY EATING!
my baked beans and sausage:
1 can prk and bns
1 tbl bacon drippings or lard or oil
chopped green pepper
about 1/4 cup catsup or b-b-q sauce
1/4 cup brown sugar or molasses
1 tbs yellow mustard
1 lb browned sausage pieces.
brown the sausage chunks in the bacon drippings and remove from the pan (a large iron skillet works well for this)
saute the onion and the pepper
add the rest of the ingredients
add the sausage
heat through. if you like less soupy/saucy cook till they are the consistancy you like.
thanks, i will try these, if anyone has any others, i would love to try them!
Combine the 3 sauces together into a crock pot. Add kielbasa and mix. Cook on high for 90 minutes.
I've been trying to find a recipe for kielbasa made with Coca Cola.
I've never tried this, but what I would do: brown the sausages in a small amount of butter. Then just toss them in with a couple of cans of coke, simmering. I cook most of my stuff with either beer or wine, but I expect coke would work pretty well with Kielbasa. I'd probably add a couple of shots of rum to the coke. Intresting idea, I'll have to play with this one a bit.
I was told...
1 package kielbassa
1 small package of brown sugar
1 can of coke
Simmer in crockpot.
Im actually also trying to look for a precise
recipe. This guessing is driving me crazy. lol
My son gave me some kielbasa, the Polish sausage. I would like some recipes for its use, but not too heavy. Does one boil it, saute it, broil it? Help!
I saute in skillet using water instead of oil ( to reduce the fat) for 2 minutes then drain on paper towels. I then use hash brown potatoes and add a side of vegetables and make it a meal.
My son gave me some kielbasa, the Polish sausage. I would like some recipes for its use, but not too heavy. Does one boil it, saute it, broil it?