Instead of a pound of kielbasa, I used a 13-oz pkg of Hillshire Farm® Chicken Hardwood Smoked Sausage (lowering fat and calories), and I must admit I made other changes, as well. After reading the reviews, it was apparent that the amount of molasses was going to overwhelm everything, so I added only 2 Tbsp. I used an 8-oz can of Spanish tomato sauce which has quite a kick to it and provided the perfect balance to the sweet molasses. Also sautéed some sliced onions and bell pepper with the sausage, making it more of a main dish, added the optional BBQ sauce, and served over chicken herb rice. I think this is just one of those recipes where you have to adjust the ingredients to your own personal taste. As written, I know I wouldn’t have enjoyed it nearly as much as I did tweaking. Not sure why this is titled BBQ Hotdogs since it calls for kielbasa, definitely a misnomer. Nothing fancy-schmancy here, but with the modifications I made, it was quite a satisfying comfort food meal.
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Instead of a pound of kielbasa, I used a 13-oz pkg of Hillshire Farm® Chicken Hardwood Smoked...