Recipe by CATJENKINS
"Veggies, potatoes and Polish sausage topped with melted Cheddar cheese make this a delicious casserole. This recipe is so simple, it's the one thing my husband makes himself! When I do it, I like to add green and red bell peppers, but it's really all in what you want to do with it. Enjoy!"
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1 (10 ounce) package
frozen mixed vegetables, thawed
potatoes, peeled and chopped
1 (16 ounce) package
Polish beef sausage, cut into 1/4 inch slices
butter, cut into pieces
shredded Cheddar cheese
I realized I didn't elaborate on something I should have - when I said cover with foil I meant completely seal a top piece of foil to the edges to create an airlock, and don't open it til it's finished, or very close to done. This seal makes the potatoes cook to perfection (thank you mom for that tip). We also get a very spicy polish sausage, and sometimes add Old Bay or Seasoning salt versus the lemon pepper. It's just one of those wholesome filling meals you don't have to mess with on busy weeknights. ;) Cheers - Cat
There was nothing offensive about this recipe, but it wasn't spectacular. I diced the potatoes really small, and they were still hard after cooking the entire time dictated. I even had to boil it for awhile before the potatoes were edible. Maybe it was my potatoes. I might try it again because it was pretty easy and tasted fine, but I'll be sure to cook potatoes first.
I changed up this recipe quite a bit. First of all I omitted the potatoes because when I first tried this recipe I didn't think they were cooked enough when the dish was done. I use a large bag of frozen mixed vegetables, then added a head of broccoli cut into florets. Then for more flavor I added a half a pkg. of Lipton '"recipe Secrets" vegetable flavor.I added the sliced Polish sausage,I then baked it covered tightly for 50 min. Then opened it up and added a cup of sharp shredded chedder cheese. Put back in oven until cheese melted. Great!!
This was a definite hit in my house!! I used regular keilbasa & beef smoked sausage (1 of each). I also used frozen has brown potatoes to save time. Great recipe!!
Very tasty! Since my husband and I both have to watch our cholesteral, I used a low fat smoked sausage, and cut the butter to 3 TBS and uesd low fat cheddar and it was still a wonderful combination. Will definately add to my recipe collection and make again. Thanks, Cat!
My family loved this recipe. It tasted even better reheated two days after. The one thing I would change is the amount of butter - next time I will add a quarter the amount the recipe calls for if at all. There should be enough grease in the sausage to compensate.
This is delicious! Like other readers, I used turkey sausage (I like Hillshire Smoked Turkey Sausage, it's peppery) and a bag of frozen spring vegetables (peppers, squash, asparagus, etc). My DH and I love onions, so I went ahead and browned the turkey sausage and onions in a skillet first. I diced 4 small red potatoes, only used 2 tbsp butter and sprinkled Mrs Dash on top. Didn't have any cheddar cheese, but had about 1 cup of colby/jack. Thank you for a great dinner recipe!!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Kielbasa and Veggies
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 419
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