This is a simple, humble meal that is a “must eat” if you love fried cabbage and kielbasa as much as I do. Serving the two together is a bonus! I like this recipe because it‘s pretty bare bones, which is generally my preference with cooking and with seasoning. If you’re working with good ingredients they don’t require a lot of camouflage. At the submitter’s suggestion, I did “build” on this to “make it my own.” First, I used our Milwaukee’s Usinger’s fresh Polska Kielbasa, the very best. (As opposed to fully cooked smoked kielbasa which is also very good! I usually like a mix of both, truth be told) I cooked and browned it in advance, refrigerating it until I was ready to put the dish together. I did add minced garlic along with the onion. When cooking the cabbage I helped it along with a little water and covered it for a bit. With the cabbage cooked and the fresh kielbasa cooked, ready and waiting, all I did was combine the two and heat it through, the one hour simmering time, in my view, not only unnecessary but quite possibly even counterproductive. Tiny boiled red potatoes with butter and parsley rounded the meal out nicely.
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This is a simple, humble meal that is a “must eat” if you love fried cabbage and kielbasa as...