71 Ratings
  • 5 Rating Star 41
  • 4 Rating Star 23
  • 1 Rating Star 3
  • 2 Rating Star 2
  • 3 Rating Star 2

This is a go-to recipe! I've made this for camping trips, potlucks, and have it on my dinner table once a month and leftovers are great!

bfr610
prep:
20 mins
cook:
1 hr 3 mins
total:
1 hr 23 mins
Servings:
4
Max Servings:
4
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Ingredients

Directions

  • Place potatoes in a microwave-safe bowl; cook in microwave until partially tender, about 8 minutes.

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  • Heat 2 tablespoons butter in a Dutch oven or large cast iron skillet over medium heat; cook and stir sausage and onions until browned, about 5 minutes. Transfer sausage and onions to a bowl.

  • Heat remaining 2 tablespoons butter in the same Dutch oven; cook and stir cabbage until tender, about 5 minutes.

  • Combine tomatoes, sugar, and paprika in a bowl; pour over cabbage and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and add potatoes and sausage-onion mixture. Cover Dutch oven and simmer until potatoes are tender, about 40 minutes.

Nutrition Facts

897.16 calories; 26.51 g protein; 94.1 g carbohydrates; 46.8 g fat; 111.57 mg cholesterol; 1423.46 mg sodium.Full Nutrition


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Most helpful positive review

juella
03/12/2017
This is so delicious. The entire family loved it. Next time I'd add more Kielbasa.
(8)

Most helpful critical review

Jeff Benedict
09/10/2017
Potatos and sugar are poison to all that have a protuberant abdomen a sign of Insulin Resistance and fatty liver disease.
(2)
71 Ratings
  • 5 Rating Star 41
  • 4 Rating Star 23
  • 1 Rating Star 3
  • 2 Rating Star 2
  • 3 Rating Star 2
Lauroo
03/19/2017
I don't like to review if I don't make as written but I was looking for a recipe with smoked sausage cabbage and potatoes and this was really good. I just couldn't bring myself to add all that sugar. A tablespoon worked fo me. Thanks Big Ray.
(25)
lutzflcat
02/19/2017
2.19.17 In an effort to reduce the calories and fat I substituted Hillshire Farm Chicken Hardwood Sausage (use this all the time tastes like smoked sausage). I scaled this back to two servings (would be 3 servings in this house) which called for 2 Tbsp sugar. I used only one but whoa it still was too sweet for us. Would recommend that you start with less sugar and add more if it suits your taste. I also did add salt and pepper but otherwise followed the recipe as written. I like all of these ingredients individually but liked them even better combined. Good old tasty comfort food!
(18)
juella
03/12/2017
This is so delicious. The entire family loved it. Next time I'd add more Kielbasa.
(8)
mimi
03/01/2017
I made as directed for 4 servings. Only had 1can of diced tomatoes but used a can of stewed tomatoes also. This is so good. Will make again. It made at least 8 servings though.
(7)
Richard Downen
09/25/2017
Loved this combination of ingredients. I did use much less sugar as suggested by others and added salt and pepper to taste. Also fried up the potatoes until browned and done. This way I could add the cabbage to the pot last and maintain some firmness in the cabbage which I prefer. Turned out awesome.
(6)
Ingrid
09/08/2017
Yes I will make it again! But...I would leave out the sugar. Also next time I will add more Kielbasa. We were 6 people and everyone was very satisfied.
(6)
Rock_lobster
02/26/2017
Big Ray's Kielbasa Cabbage Skillet for a Crowd Haiku: "Heavy paprika. This CAN really feed a crowd. It was just too sweet." We love the way cabbage absorbs the delicious slippery-ness of sausage grease but between the butter sausage and the sugar this was just too TOO much. Paprika was also such a dominant spice that if I made this again I'd drastically reduce the sugar along with the paprika. The recipe also didn't say anything other than cooking the potatoes for 8 min. in the microwave - covered? uncovered? stir half-way through? The pre-cooking of the potatoes added simplicity to the timing of the recipe but for somebody who doesn't usually microwave spuds I could've used some direction.
(5)
Deb Green
10/23/2017
I made this to take to a funeral gathering. It was a total success. This recipe made a full crockpot of food that was gone in 45 minute! Next time for my taste I would leave out the sugar. Oh I added cumin to the batch... just made it zing!
(2)
Jeff Benedict
09/10/2017
Potatos and sugar are poison to all that have a protuberant abdomen a sign of Insulin Resistance and fatty liver disease.
(2)