I'm a stay-at-home mom with 3 little girls and a husband who travels ALOT! This is such a great meal to prepare and serve when my husband is gone (and home). It's easy, tasty, and there's little clean up involved. During the cold winter months I bake this in the oven at 375 for an hour and it comes out perfect. Thanks for a simple, super meal!
Great recipe...it reminds me of something we used to make at camp called a HOBO meal. I made mine in the oven since it's January in Minnesota and they turned out great. I added brussel sprouts and substituted leeks for onions since I had them. Baked at 400 degrees for about 45-50 minutes. The fam loved them and it was easy clean up!
I made this tonight out on our BBQ and it was great. I layered the packets with the potatoes on the bottom, sprinkled some fresh chopped garlic and fresh rosemary. I then placed the kielbasa on top of that. I sprinkled thinly sliced onion over the sausage and topped with grated cheddar cheese. I can't wait to make these next time we go camping.
I cooked these in the oven, at 375 for about 50 minutes. I would love to try these on the grill next time. I'm on South Beach, so for myself I omitted the potatoes and added onion and green pepper. I also used low fat keilbasa. I added the red potato for my husbands packet and they came out very tender after the 50 minutes of cooking. I also sprinkled some garlic powder over the mixture for both of us. Thanks for posting!
Have been making these for years. I add a couple of ice cubes and spray the foil with Pam. Also we do chicken breasts. Add broccoli to them. Takes about 45 minutes on grill. Such easy cleanup.
Great week night meal! Baked this in the oven - 375 degrees for 50 min. I used quartered yukon gold potatoes and also replaced the rosemary (DH does not like) with basil, oregano and garlic powder. Thanks for posting!
Loved this! I baked this in the oven since we don't have our grill fired up for the season yet. 375 for one hour. Just serve with a salad. So easy!
Made this on the stovetop by cutting up potato and cooking in water in microwave 8 min. Then sauteed onion with some peppers in olive oil, added sausage and cooked potatoes and cooked until warmed through. YUM!
My father's side is Polish, but my mother's is pioneer/American Indian so she didn't cook Polish. I have some dim memories of my grandmother's cooking & occasional Polish foods, like golabki & pirogi. Reading this recipe brings up a memory. It's simple enough that I'm going to try it. I'm going to use a covered pan instead of foil. Then I'll write an additon to this.
Simple and satisfying. Thank you Lorac!