Recipe by Luna
"The house always smells awesome while this very tasty, filling meal is cooking. It makes kielbasa worth stocking up on when it goes on sale and uses basic/cheap ingredients overall. Vary the vegetables depending on what you have on hand. For example add/replace broccoli with a can of corn and/or peas, etc. If you like a little heat, sprinkle a little hot sauce on top after it's cooked. This should make about 4 servings, but it almost always turns out to be split into 2 large servings between the me and the boyfriend. We like to crisp up/brown the kielbasa slightly before adding the vegetables."
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1 (16 ounce) package
kielbasa sausage, sliced
broccoli, cut into florets
potatoes, peeled and sliced
salt and ground black pepper to taste
I have made this many times before with a similar Hillshire Farms recipe. I use turkey kielbasa, add crumbled bacon and carrots in addition to the other ingredients here. Smells wonderful while cooking and yes, the more veggies you add, stretches the dish. Great comfort meal.
As written this recipe was a bit bland. As it cooked, I added some chicken broth and a variety of seasonings. It's a great starting point though, and was a great way to use a lot of the fresh vegetables from my garden.
I tried my version of this recipe over July 4th. I used red onion, carrot coins, red bell and green bell pepper, celery, mushrooms & zucchini. Seasoning was garlic powder & fresh black pepper I cooked all the ingredients in a wok like stir fry.It was absolutely delicious.
It was pretty easy to make with things I usually have on hand. Would add more seasoning and cook a bit longer next time.
This was a big hit with my husband and kids! Simple and quick, perfect for a busy week night dinner! I used carrots instead of broccoli as that's what I had on hand, but I do think this recipe will work with many different veggies! Thanks!
This was simple, quick, and tasty. Even my 2 year old ate most of it, but towards the end refused the broccoli. I added a bit of carrot and more onion(I like onions a lot).
Sooooo Easy. Fast, Comfort food. Added a little green pepper and a large clove of garlic. Used some chicken broth as well and cooked the potatoes covered in the pan for about 10 minutes, then added a bag of frozen mixed veggies. Cooked that covered for an additional 8 minutes. Perfect. Don't forget the salt and pepper. Transferred to a warm oven til the family got home.
My family loved this. I prepared my potatoes first by dicing, sprinkle olive oil, and baked in oven. I did this to save time for when my family got home all I would have to do was cook the sausage & broccoli. We love this sausage so I used 2 pkgs. (family of 3), and 6 red potatoes. We like the sausage really brown so I cooked those first then onions, broccoli, and potatoes. Put lid on, set flame to low and was ready in 30 min. Has all the components of our favorites.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Easy Kielbasa Skillet Dinner
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 281
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