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Kielbasa for the Big Game

Rated as 4.48 out of 5 Stars
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"This is a great party appetizer that you can make in your slow cooker. I make it every year for the Big Game and it disappears. The ingredients sound like something a child would put together but truly it tastes great. This is an appetizer so it could feed less or more depending on the size of your football fans."
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Ingredients

2 h 10 m servings 262
Original recipe yields 32 servings

Directions

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Footnotes

  • Partner tip: Try using a Reynolds® slow cooker liner in your slow cooker for easier cleanup.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 262 calories; 15.6 23.3 6.9 37 866 Full nutrition

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This is tasty, but I should mention that I used the little smokies, not full sized smoked sausage or kielbasa. I also prefer raspberry preserves to grape jelly. They both went quickly and no one...

it is hard to believe that grape jelly and bbq sauce could be good, but I tried it and surprisingly it was good. I used Cattlemans BBQ Sauce (a family favorite).The guys really liked it.

This has been around for a long time. Always a great treat for any event. Everyone will love it and ask for the recipe.

My family loved this recipe. I used the Hillshire Farms Turkey Kielbasa and threw in fresh peppers. I made this for dinner and served it over rice and they finished it off! Excellent and simple ...

Great! Added 2 tbsp brown sugar and a bit of Worchestershire sauce. Yummy!

I make this with the little "smokies" and it's just great. My family and friend fight over who get's the leftovers.

my grandmother used to make these every family get-together. but instead of bbq sauce she used Heinz chili sauce. its by the cocktail sauce in the supermarket. usually i just add a little red...

The sauce was good and it went well on the little smokies (I used smokies instead of kielbasa, just because I had some little smokies I wanted to get rid of!) and it was good. The sauce was a li...

Throw it on the grill till it has some good grill marks on it, let it cool, slice it, then into the crock.