Kielbasa with Peppers and Potatoes
Kielbasa cooked with red and yellow peppers and potatoes.
Kielbasa cooked with red and yellow peppers and potatoes.
I read many reviews before I make a recipe. Usually I stick to the recipe to see what it was meant to taste like unless many reviewers suggest 1 or 2 changes. This was pretty good however I added a few changes of my own. In addition to the pepper, I had green I added a small onion, a few baby carrots and one stalk of celery. I was trying to use up some left over vegetables. I cut everything the same size, all diced. I cooked all the veggies together in just a dash of oil. In a bigger frying pan I cooked the potatoes in a little bit of oil and butter to crisp them up a bit then I added the kielbasa. When the potatoes were almost tender I added the lightly sauteed veggies to the pan. I also added a little bit of beef broth to keep it moist and a few dashes of soy sauce. Put the lid on it and let it cook just a tad more to fully cook the potatoes. The only downfall is there just wasn't enough for 3 hungry adults and 1 child. Next time I will make even more.Read More
It would be better to skin the sausage and cut it in larger chunks. The dish is much too greasy. The sausage needs to be cooked separately and drained well before combining with other ingredients. Otherwise I would have given it more stars.Read More
I read many reviews before I make a recipe. Usually I stick to the recipe to see what it was meant to taste like unless many reviewers suggest 1 or 2 changes. This was pretty good however I added a few changes of my own. In addition to the pepper, I had green I added a small onion, a few baby carrots and one stalk of celery. I was trying to use up some left over vegetables. I cut everything the same size, all diced. I cooked all the veggies together in just a dash of oil. In a bigger frying pan I cooked the potatoes in a little bit of oil and butter to crisp them up a bit then I added the kielbasa. When the potatoes were almost tender I added the lightly sauteed veggies to the pan. I also added a little bit of beef broth to keep it moist and a few dashes of soy sauce. Put the lid on it and let it cook just a tad more to fully cook the potatoes. The only downfall is there just wasn't enough for 3 hungry adults and 1 child. Next time I will make even more.
This is similar to a meal I've made for years, now. I use light Italian sausage instead of kielbasa. Brown it in a pan. Cut baking potatoes, peppers and red onions into one-inch pieces and put the sausage and veggies in a single layer in a Pyrex dish. Add olive oil, salt & pepper and roast it in the oven for 45 minutes or so. I occasionally add slivers of garlic and/or mushrooms. Really yummy...
Been making this for years! However, I personally coat the potatoes and peppers with olive oil & toss them with some McCormick Montreal Seasoning, a dash of garlic powder and salt. Put the potatoes (I cut the potatoes into bite size chunks rather than dicing them) on a baking sheet and bake for about 10 minutes @ 375. Then put the peppers and add some onion on the sheet right after I move the potatoes around, wait another 5 minutes or so and just put the kielbasa on top and cook for another 10 minutes. Doing it in the oven keeps you from having to stand at the stove top for the whole time. Comes out delish! Thanks for sharing this tasty recipe!
This is a good recipe that my family enjoyed. I used frozen peppers. After reading reviews here I was afraid of mushy potatos so we were careful not to stir the food any more than necessary during cooking. A couple of pan shakes and fliping the food around during cooking was all it needed. Was not greasy and the taters were just perfect. It did stick to the pan as other reviews stated but some Dawn Power Dissolve will make cleaning it a snap. We will make this again since it's an easy week night recipe.
This was very good. I sauteed fresh garlic, red onion,yellow, orange and red sweet peppers separately then added them to the potato and sausage mixture around 5 minutes before serving. Very yummy.....I think next time I might add some red pepper flakes for some added zing. Served with garlic bread and my kids loved it. Thanks for the post!
Yummy, yummy, yummy. We could not stop ourselves from having secinds and even thirds. I used the same ingredients plus onion and used low fat turkey kielbasa. I also cooked the peppers and onions on the side before adding to the kielbasa and potatoes. DELICIOUS-- a definite keeper.
It would be better to skin the sausage and cut it in larger chunks. The dish is much too greasy. The sausage needs to be cooked separately and drained well before combining with other ingredients. Otherwise I would have given it more stars.
This recipe was really good and so easy! I followed other suggestions: no oil, added onion,garlic and italian seasoning. I also added green pepper for some added color. The next time I cook this dish I will cook the sausage by itself before adding everything else as there was alot of liquid that I had to drain off before the dish was finished. Thanks for posting this recipe!
I prepared this dish in the oven. I started the potatoes alone on a large baking sheet tossed with salt, pepper and olive oil. Roasted at 375 for 20 min. Meanwhile, I simmered the kielbasa for a few minutes on the stovetop, and then sliced it and the peppers. Finally I tossed everything together, seasoned with pepper, garlic powder and onion powder, and roasted for 20 more minutes. This worked well for us, and the hubby actually ate his peppers!
Bake It! I have a large family to feed and it would have taken 3-4 skillets to feed everyone, so I adapted. I kept the recipe the same, except doubled the meat - used 1 polish kielbasa and 1 smoked sausage that was already cooked. (Hillshire Farms) Used my Vidala chopper (cheepy from Bed Bath & Beyond) to make quick work of chopping everything. Kept the skin on the potatoes and put them in the large baking pan first. Drizzled with a little oil, sprinkled with garlic powder, onion powder, salt, pepper, and crushed red pepper, then stirred. Added everything else and stirred again. Covered with foil and baked at 375 for 30 minutes, stirring once half way through, until potatoes were done but not mushy. DELISH!! It did not get greasy at all with the pre-cooked sausage and very little oil was needed because the peppers seeped water and the dish was covered to keep it moist. This one is also super easy to double or triple to bag and freeze for a quickie dinner later on. You are chopping anyway, so make another batch or two without adding oil or spices and freeze. I bet this would also be good as a foil packet for camping. :) Add mushrooms! Maybe top with a mexi-cheese blend?
I used a green bell pepper instead of yellow since that was what I had. Slso I added an onion. The potatoes were done after about 10 min. then they turned to mush. I made a similar recipe to this years ago, but I boiled the potatoes about 5 min. then cooked them with the sausage to a crisp. If I make this again I wouldn't cover the pan. The potatoes get too mushy.
Delicious! I added some chopped onions and used low fat Polska Kielbasa made by Healthy Choice. I also used less cheese. Other than that I kept the recipe the same. I did need to use the oil since I used the low fat kielbasa. It wasn't greasy in any way. The potatoes soak up the flavor of the juices nicely. I will definitely make this again.
Well, most of the reviews aren't even for this recipe, but something completely different. Why both reviewing a recipe when you change absolutely everything about it? Submit your own recipe. It's rude to the owner of the recipe to completely change it...then some go even further and give it a bad review when they screwed it up themselves! At any rate...I actually made this recipe, as written, and it was delicious.
This dish is great because you can vary it to use up whatever you have. I cook the potatoes with finely chopped onion in oil first. I season with onion powder, garlic powder, salt and pepper. (Learned from another similar recipe on this site). Adds great flavor to the potatoes. Then after a few minutes add the sausage. This way, with the sausage having so much grease, I only need to use a small amount of oil when I first cook and onion and potatoes. The grease from the sausage will keep the potatoes cooking without sticking to the pan. Then, because we like our veges a little more crispy, I've added any type of bell pepper, or I've swapped green beans and mushrooms instead, just a few minutes before the potatoes are ready. Even a can of corn and can of green beans when that was all I had. Very versatile.
SO GOOD! Tossed the veggies with plenty of garlic powder, salt, pepper and a dash of cayenne. Layered the veggies in the bottom of the skillet with the meat on top so the grease cooked everything, simmered for about 20 minutes with the lid on. Removed the lid, let everything brown up for about 5 minutes and VOILA! Perfect. Make sure you cube the veggies to the same size for even cooking.
Really delicious! I used 1/3 less fat kielbasa and no one knew the difference!! Everyone LOVED it!! Tossed peppers, small onion, garlic and potatoes in the oil with a little salt and pepper. Through the kielbasa cut into bite size pieces on top of that mixture. Cover and simmer over medium heat. It is important to keep it covered until the potatoes soften and all the juices from the keilbasa, peppers, onions and garlic get sucked into the potatoes. And you don't want to mix it, its more like you want to flip it or toss it because if you mix it your meal will turn to mush!
I have been making this for years! I have a few suggestions to share. I have always used Idaho potatoes because they hold up much better than red. I also throw in a cubed sweet potato. About 15 minutes before serving, add red onions (1/3 cup chopped), red and green bell peppers (1/2 pepper each), garlic (to taste), pepper & sea salt. 5 minutes before serving, uncover and bump the heat up to medium high turning several times for releasing some of the moisture and crisping up the potatoes.
This was really good! I also used turkey kielbasa to cut the fat & calories. It's a great balance of protein, veggies, & starches. Thanks for sharing!
Loved it. Halved recipe using 8oz of smoked turkey sausage, 1 green bell pepper, 1/2 of an onion, and 4 small red potatoes (sliced into half moon shapes). A little olive oil in pan, got it hot, then layered the potatoes & sausage slices. Seasoned, then added bell peppers and onion slices. Covered, reduced heat to med low, waited 15 minutes, flipped once, covered again for another 10 minutes, then removed lid. Everything was perfectly cooked, not a bit greasy, and the sausage and potatoes were gorgeously browned. Served with a small romaine salad and it was heaven. With a larger salad and some crusty bread, could easily have fed 4. Very comforting!
Pretty tasty, great winter comfort food. I used smoked polish sausage..mmmmmm. I would recommend first frying up the sausage until halfway cooked, without adding oil. That will tell you if your sausage is oily enough to add the potatoes without adding any additional oils.
This is awesome, I make it with whatever color bell peppers I have on hand, one year we even grew the purple variety! Anyways, the only change I make is the addition of a medium diced onion cooked in with the potatoes. Yummy!
Excellent!! Minor changes- don't add any extra oil, kielbasa is fatty enough and I sauted the peppers (added onion) on the side so the kids would eat it too. Very easy to make and very yummy!
I browned hot italian sausage, and then roasted everything in the oven. Superb! It doesn't get any better than this! Thanks!
Delicious. I doubled up on the meat (3 guys in the house) but kept the other ingredients as written. Added a sliced onion and a little garlic. We did not think it needed any other spices. Flavor was wonderful. The one thing I would change is I think the oil at the beginning is unnecessary. You get enough fat from the meat that the oil is not needed. Great recipe. Thanks
Excellent, flavorful, simple dish. Be careful about overcooking it, because the potatoes can become too mushy.
I made a few changes; only put a green bell pepper, added red onion and some garlic powder sprinkled on top. I also baked it at 425 for one hour. Had it covered with foil the first 45 mins, then uncovered the next 15 mins. I did this because any time in the past that I've made it on the stove top.. It doesn't seem like both the kielbasa & potatoes are done simultaneously. Plus it kept me from standing in the kitchen, stirring it. Came out really good.
This meal was great with a few additions! I cooked the red and yellow bell peppers (1 each), carrots (2), celery (2), and half of a yellow onion in a little bit of oil. In the other pan, I cooked up the potatoes with rosemary and garlic in a little bit of oil and butter. I threw in some corn with the kielbasa (16 ounce) once the potatoes got goin. When the potatoes were nearly to the soft point I added in the vegetables and a little bit of soy sauce before closing the lid to let everything mingle and finish cooking. My girlfriend and I liked it so much that we thought of doin other stuff with the those ingredients and a few others! We tried putting some sour cream and bacon on top and it was AMAZING!!! Could also be premium in a breakfast burrito! Which would be sweet in the case of there being leftovers for the morning, like when you've had a long night or something. That is, if there are any leftovers.
Great recipe! The only thing I did different was I used olive oil instead of vegetable oil. I did sprinkle a little pepper/salt on it after it was done cooking. I made this last night for dinner and it turned out great. My husband and I ate all of it.
This was great. I used turkey kielbasa and we loved it. Keeping this one!
I've been making a similar dish for 25 years now, and speed things up even more by using canned sliced new potatoes. I also add quartered onions, and mushrooms the last 5 minutes. Sometimes a splash of red wine if it is handy. This is a go-to meal in my house, eaten at least three times a month.
I like to use both butter and oil for flavor and browning. I season with salt and pepper and will use whatever color peppers I have, oh, and I also add onion. Try the leftovers as a breakfast skillet by adding egg and cheese, yum!
i gave it a five star rating, although next time i'll leave out the peppers. to me and my family, they just didn't quite fit with the rest of it. however, the potatoes really tamed down the sausage, which was wonderful! generally none of us can eat a whole lot of sausage, no matter how it's cooked, because it's too overpowering. i added onion to the recipe though, and that worked out great. it made far more than i thought we could eat, but i was wrong, we ate every bite, minus the peppers which we all pulled to the side of our plates! i will definitely be making this again, probably frequently!
I'm not a big fan of kielbasa, but I made this tonight and it was excellent. My cooking method was slightly different than specified in the recipe. I roasted the veggies and kielbasa in the oven with some salt and papirika. I overcooked it somewhat but that to me was the best. The kielbasa was crispy, and when you bit it, it was like a little explosion of juice, salt and flavor in your mouth. My husband said I overdid it a little.
I took some of the previous suggestions and added onion and several cloves of garlic to this recipe. It was quite good, but the general consensus of my family was that it needed more kielbasa and less potatoes. Next time I will try 1 1/2 lbs kielbasa and cut from 6 to 4 potatoes.
I absolutely loved this recipe! I usually avoid kielbasa because it always has a strong greasy taste to me, but this was delicious and my wife loved it also. This is definitley a keeper if you want a quick, easy dinner that is full of flavor.
Very good with the added touch of onion and garlic! Was a hit with my family. Thank you for sharing and thanks to other for offering suggestions.
so easy so comfort foody :)
This was a big hit in my household, although unhealthy as it is. I did spruce it up with onion and fresh galic. Other than that it was really good. I have had requests for this again.
I liked the combo of flavors in this. I threw it in the crock pot with about a cup of chix broth, needless to say the whole oil part was skipped, but it came out wonderful. The addition of red pepper flakes and garlic powder sprinkled over this while serving is fab! Thanks Malonja!
Simply delicious! I skipped the oil--didn't need it--and used a frozen pepper stir fry blend with red, green, and yellow peppers with onion, and used red potatoes with the skin on. I also used Eckrich Skinless Kielbasa, because since I made the fortunate mistake of picking up skinless for a bbq several months ago, my family won't even consider the skinned kielbasa! A definite keeper in my recipe rotation!
We really liked this recipe. The only thing I changed is, I used 1 cup of chicken broth instead of the veg oil. Thank you for sharing. rhkatz3
These were good! I added more seasoning and the family liked them.
This was simple and great. I didn't have red potatos so I used regular. And I also added onion as I coudn't see cooking potatos and sausage without it. But it turned out great and my 83 year old mother who normally doesn't like anything but traditional southern food loved it. I'll be using this recipe again! Contrary to other reviews, I thought the bell peppers were a great addition. Thanks...KR
Very good. Used baking potatoes and made it into a stew by adding can of stewed tomatoes and beef broth.
We really like this recipe. It is so easy. Since the Kielbasa has a lot of grease I don't use oil. We usually substitue mushrooms for one of the peppers and add a little water so we have some sauce for it. We've also made it with spinach and aspargas too. Add a little cayanne, garlic salt and Montreal Chicken seasoning! Yummy
This is one of our go to recipes. It's great as is, but we do tend to switch to red and green peppers since we usually have those on hand. We have also added cabbage which stretches out the servings a bit. We also cook the potatoes in the microwave for a little bit to speed up the process.
Very easy and tasted great!My kids really liked it to.I will be making this again.I served it with a veggie salad and fresh roll's for dinner.Could very easily be used for breakfast or brunch along side scrammbled egg's.I cut the oil,used turkey Kielbasa Boiled it first to get most of the fat gone and then fallowed the directions and i threw in some garlic very good recipe :)
Good recipe..I changed just a few things. For veggies I added onions and sliced cabbage, dash of red pepper flakes a little more Olive Oil. I added in this order to my large iron fry pan. Oil, potatoes and browned a little on both sides then added Kielbasa or Smoked Sausage sliced at a long angle for browning then added all other ingredients...cooked everything till meat and potatoes had a nice browned top and bottom...gently turning with heat turned down till all was tender.
This tasted so so good! I didn't use red and yellow peppers, just green and added an onion to it. I didn't use the oil because the kielbasa makes enough juices. I cooked my peppers and onions with half a teaspoon of butter with minced garlic for like two minutes then I added the meat and potatoes and cooked till potatoes where soft. It came out great, nice and easy way to make kielbasa. Thanks!
I made this dish and added 1/2 cup chopped onion. Instead of frying the potatoes in oil, I cooked them in watery ham broth. The result was delicious.
This was GREAT!! I added mushrooms and onions. I give this recipe a 5.
We loved this, especially with the sweet onion addition. As others suggested I sautéed the peppers and onion together, sautéed the kielbasa separately, as well as the potatoes. I was out of fresh potatoes so I browned 1/2 bag of diced hash browns. Worked perfectly. Combined all together, S&P, yum.
What a tasty & easy recipe! I've made it many times, once or twice as directed, other times adding red onion, shredded green cabbage & I use olive oil in place of veg. oil. The whole family loves it.
Had to add onions, garlic and seasoning. Great recipe.
This was a great recipe concept. I am a working Mom, so I used frozen pre-diced potatoes(hashbrowns)frozen pepper mix and added corn, and eliminated the oil. I did cook the kielbasa first before adding the other ingredients. GREAT, GREAT!
skipped the peppers as no one here likes them - kids gobbled it up.
Taste was so so. Didn't care for this much at all. Had to stir constantly to keep from burning. Just didn't feel like a good dinner at all.
This recipie was great, I did saute the peppers and the onions in a seperate pan first with some oil and spices, before I put them in with the potatoes and kielbasa, I also added some water to help cook the potatoes a little faster.
I've cooked this meal twice already. I don't have any peppers on hand, so I used an onion instead, it's still tasty. I put the potatoes in first(salt them a little), then put the sausages on top of the potatos so that the juices would seep into the potatos. Will keep making them. Maybe I'll throw in the peppers if I can remember to pick them up.
Substituted a bag of Birds Eye pepper stir fry veggies for the peppers and used white potatoes because I had them. Yum! Not one bit leftover. Thank you for sharing your recipe.
Kind of a "blah" recipe. I ended up putting ketchup on it. Would be better with some seasonsing.
This was fabulous. I have never written a review before but I felt the need to after trying this super simple delicious dish. I used turkey sausage, one red bell, one yellow bell, and some white potatoes and it turned out fabulous! I will say it was a bit oily so next time I think I will not use as much oil. Yall must try this if you have not :)
I cooked this according to the directions, and found it to be almost perfect. I did add about half of a sweet onion, and used regular kielbasa, and the only problem I noted was some of the kielbasa got a little burnt, but none of this dish was greasy at all. I saved the leftovers to use for an omlet for breakfast. Yummy!
This was good. I will make it again. I would say it's a good recipe for when you don't have a lot of time. Also, for me, it takes ingredients I typically have on-hand (we make our own kielbasa so we have a lot in the freezer) so it's also good for those days when you didn't really have time to think about supper ahead of time.
UPDATE: FORGET THE OVEN! PREPARE THIS AS DIRECTED (I.E. STOVETOP) AND YOU WILL BE AMAZED!!! THE SAUSAGE JUICES WILL MAGICALLY CARAMELIZE YOUR POTATOES (AND ONIONS IF YOU ADD THEM) TO YUMMY PERFECTION. :) MY ONLY SUGGESTION IS TO ADD EVERYTHING TO YOUR POT AT ONCE.... IT ONLY TOOK 15 MINUTES FOR MY POTATOES TO COOK THRU AND AT LEAST THAT LONG FOR MY PEPPERS TO CATCH UP. YUM! For a quick, easy & economical meal, this can't be beat!!! Considering I went to my local Italian market to purchase the produce for this (it is waaaay cheaper there), my most expensive splurge was for the sausage. :) Following Erin Kurinsky's lead, I too browned my sausage FIRST, then tossed everything together in a large stoneware baking dish, s&p'd to taste, drizzled with a tiny bit of EVOO and roasted in the oven. My only other change was to add almost an entire red onion (cut into large chunks), three (sliced) garlic cloves and two (each) fresh rosemary / thyme sprigs on top. I covered with aluminum foil and baked in a 425 degree oven for 35 minutes, then uncovered for 5 minutes more. French bread rounded out this scrumptious meal. I can't wait to repurpose leftovers for tomorrow's breakfast skillet! Thanks for sharing your recipe, Slipmaloney! :-)
Really good. Next time I'll omit the oil. Also, I have leftovers so I might make an omelette or scrambled eggs later this week.
The kielbasa with peppers and potatoes is a dish my family and I will really enjoy and it's really easy to prepare.
Was very good..though I added an onion and a couple of cloves a garlic for added flavor. This one I will definately make again!! Thanks sooo much for sharing :>)
Simple and easy - next time I think I'll add some sliced onion and some mushrooms.
Really Good! Made a few substitutions to suit my families tastes. Cooked potatoes in the oil by themselves for 30 min to crisp them a little, then added Kielbasa. Added Zataran's Creole seasoning, and garlic powder to liven up the flavor a little...my family loved it! I will definately make this recipe again.
This was really good. I have never had kielbasa prepared this way before. I got some fresh home made kielbasa and used that in the recipe and used red green and yellow pepper. I ended up adding some seasonings at the end (salt, pepper, and paprika)We will definitely have this again. Oh, and it passed the Toddler Test.
Very simple yet full of flavor! My DH does not like peppers so I diced them up small hoping he would not notice - LOL - He did :)
several people said that this was greasy - could it be a regional difference with kielbasa? I know that many people where I live call ALL sausage kielbasa. I can see why using regular sausage would be an oil issue, but true kielbasa should not produce a lot of oil. We have made this recipe for decades without any oil issue. Thank you for sharing!
This was good, but I changed the recipe to make it easier and with more veggies. I used O'Brien potatoes (frozen w/peppers & onions), frozen mixed veggies, cut up kielbasa and then added shredded cheddar cheese on top at the end. My family loves it and only takes 15 minutes to make.
Delicious, added some Italian seasoning, some water and onions. A definite keeper!
I listened to other reviewers also. I used 1.5 lbs of turkey kielbasa and sauteed it with 3 russet potatoes and 3 carrots, peeled and sliced. In a separate skillet, I added a tbsp. of butter and sauteed a green pepper and a red pepper, cut into chunky pieces,also some chopped onion, 2 stalks of sliced celery, and about 5 cloves of of garlic, sliced. I added a little salt and pepper and Italian seasoning. I combined the two skillets together for another 5 min., and served it with some left over brown rice with black beans. It was so tasty. My daughter is taking a combo of the two dishes to school for lunch tomorrow in a Thermos. A winner for sure.
I loved this recipe. I did boil the meat to diminish the fat content as someone suggested. Great meal and both children love it!
So easy even I can make it , and I don't like to cook. And it tasted great. I did add a green pepper in as well.
This was indeed yummy. My family all loved it. I added some celery, diced onion, and whole kernel corn. Have to make my recipes BIG, because I have good eaters!
I am 76 and I got this recipe from my Mother, so you know it's old! It is one of my favorites. It will last for several days in the fridge, if it isn't eaten before then.
Followed the recommendation of several reviewers to bake it - in my dutch oven. Added a splash of white wine, lots of herbs (celery salt, chili flakes, garlic, onion, black pepper...) in addition to carrots and a little cabbage. Did not add any additional oils. Plenty from the sausage and moisture from cabbage and wine. Baked at 350 for 60 minutes. Stirred once, added some more herbs. Perfect and super easy!
So easy and good....used turkey kielbasa red peppers and also added red onion. Yummy and a pretty inexpensive meal.
I liked this. Added lots of minced onion and garlic, some crushed chillies. Leftovers were excellent with fried eggs the next morning.
Loved this recipe. Used turkey kielbasa. It was unbelievably easy. Even my 3-year-old ate some of it. Plan on making this again and again.
Very good, basic recipe. I followed the recipe except using green pepper in place of the red and yellow. No problems with grease or mushiness. Want to point out that sausages vary widely in the amount of fat in them, so people should be aware of that and make accommodations while cooking. The smoked polish sausage I got from the deli was pretty lean for sausage, so no greasiness at all and it browned up nice. If I had used one of the top brands in kielbasa, I imagine this would have been much greasier. The pan you cook it in makes a big difference too. I use cast iron, so a little bit of oil at the start is needed; the person who submitted the original recipe may also have used cast iron. If you use non-stick pan, then you don't need ANY oil. You have to think through what size to cut the potatoes into and you shouldn't stir very often - that way they brown up nice. If you cut the potatoes too small, and stir too much, you will end up with a mushy mess.
OH MY GOD!! What a wonderful recipe. I added a couple of cloves of minced garlic and a touch of Italian seasoning. My family thought it was so good, there is nothing for leftovers. Thanks for an easy alternative to my normal kielbasa dinner.
THIS RECIPE IS TO DIE FOR !!! I USED A NONSTICK POT TO COOK THESE IN. I THINK THE SECRET TO MAKING THESE POTATOES IS TO COOK AT A PRETTY HIGH HEAT, SO THEY DON'T GET SOGGY-- I ALSO LEFT THE SKINS ON. I ONLY USED THE YELLOW AND RED PEPPERS AND IT CAME OUT PERFECT. THANK'S FOR THIS RECIPE.
excellent and super easy. No complaints from my husband or picky eaters!!
This was so good! I cooked the peppers and onions on the side as others suggested, and added minced garlic and pimientos. I took the "skin" off the kielbasa before adding to the pan and melted american cheese over the whole thing at the end, it really made it a great comfort food dish! This was so fantastic and easy, thank you for sharing!
I thought this was good, but it needed some spices. Once I'd added chopped garlic, s+p and creole seasoning, it was fabulous! Used 2 green peppers.
This was very good but I couldn't help but think it was a little "breakfasty". It reminds me of a breakfast skillet we get in a restaurant near here. I think I'll top the leftovers with a couple of eggs in the morning and have it again for breakfast. Next time I make this for dinner I'll add onion and garlic and saute the peppers first.
Excellent recipe.. added onion and garlic as others stated and gave it a nice flavor.. hubby loved it and asked me to make it again so it is a keeper
Great recipe...although everytime that I have made it, I omit the veg oil and use regular Polska Kielbasa...not lean or anything like that, just the regular one and there's always enough juice from the kielbasa in the pan that adding the veg oil would just make it to oily. I also add one medium to large onion. Very good and very easy recipe that I always make.
I love one dish meals! Made as written but added some onion I wanted to use up, and also some fresh garlic, and a mild cajun seasoning. Didn't quite take the whole 25 minutes, but that's always a good thing. Fiance loved it. Will definitely make again
Hubby really enjoyed--great flavors!
I wanted to make something quick and simple for dinner tonight and that's how I stumbled across this recipe. I did not have Kielbasa on hand, but I've been known to use smoked sausage as a substitute (and vice versa!) and it never hurts the recipe. I added just a teaspoon of minced garlic for flavor, but other than that and using smoked sausage instead, made no changes to the recipe. The dish is simple, but tastes good enough on its own that you don't even really need to make many changes to it. I will be making it again.
I really enjoyed because I LOVE Polska Kielbasa! Added a carrot cause I had it around, used green onions at the very end, again had to use it up. Started on stove with the potatoes & carrots then added green peppers (on sale). Added garlic powder & oregano. Added the Kielbasa then put in oven for 30 mins. at 350 degrees, used same pan from oven top to stove. I would certainly make again with my own spins!
I make this all the time with kielbasa when there's nothing else to make for dinner. Instead of using oil, just put the kielbasa in the pan first, it makes it's own grease, then throw in the potatoes and peppers. I also put in onion and some garlic salt.