Recipe by zancanella
"This recipe is so easy and delicious. My whole family loves it."
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Kielbasa sausage rings, cut into 2-inch pieces
potatoes, peeled and quartered
onion, cut into chunks
1 (8 ounce) package
salt and ground black pepper to taste
Great recipe! I used one package regular smoked sausage and one package turkey smoked sausage, and I used unpeeled red potatoes and cut them into smallish pieces. Since I was in a hurry, I bumped up the oven temp to 375, put everything into my roaster, covered it, and it was done in about 40 minutes.
I heavily altered this recipe since first trying it. I bake in a rectangular pyrex dish which I coat the entire bottom well with olive oil. The potatos used are pretty important. I strongly recommend using Yukon potatos. I also chopped up a huge Spanish onion, 5 cloves of garlic (instead of 4), and added parsely. I love Kielbasa but sometimes I use a family-pack size ring of fresh sausage from a local supermaket. I was too lazy to put in carrots (don't like them anyway). Bakes fabulously at suggested settings in the recipe. I bake this every two weeks since it makes enough food for me to take to work for 3 days.
Just made it tonight. Super easy and we loved it. The onions carmelize in the pan. Delicious.
Nice easy dinner.. didn't use 3 quarts of oil though.. made half recipe and one tablespoon was plenty
After reading all of the reviews I decided to put my own little twist on this. I adjusted the recipe to feed 3 people. If you love onions, chop them into nice larger pieces and use a little more than 1/2 of one. Also, I sliced the Kielbasa in 1/2 before cutting the 2-in. pieces. I threw everything in a mixing bowl first to make sure I could stir all of the seasoning as evenly as possible. I chopped a bit of fresh parsley and added paprika with the salt and pepper. After I poured the ingredients into the 9x13 baking dish, I measured out the olive oil into a small bowl and added honey and balsamic vinegar. Obviously that makes for more sauce, so I don't suggest initially coating the bottom of the dish with olive oil because ours was a bit too saturated at the end. That said, this came out so delicious and I'm not even that big of a fan of sausage!
I thought it was delicious - but I made a few changes. I used Turkey Kielbasa, and added quartered red potatoes (so I only used 3 white potatoes), one and a half large onions in wedges, and because my garden is full right now, I added a red pepper, a green pepper, rosemary, basil, thyme, and large chunks of zucchini. I followed another reviewer's recommendation and tossed it all in a bowl with some olive oil, kosher salt, and cracked pepper first. I roasted it all covered at 375 for 30 minutes, and then at 400 for 10 minutes just to reduce all the juices a bit. My whole (picky!) family loved it!
my baby carrots were very thick so they did not cook in the stated time, had to add another half hour, potatoes needed that extra time also.
This was good for a change in fixing sausages. I don't know if I really liked the carrots with it and may leave them out next time.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Sausage, Potato, Carrot Bake
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 435
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