4 Reviews

I absolutely love keilbasa! This was a great way to serve it. This is a great fast meal and my whole family enjoyed it! No changes made here because I did not see a change needed. Thanks Maddy331 for an awesome dinner!

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RecipeNut November 14, 2005

This has become an old standby for me, as I've made it several times. I change it a bit: I substitute 1 lb fresh broccoli for the frozen & steam it until just tender before adding to the vegetable mixture. I also use 2 cloves garlic, minced, instead of garlic powder. To cut down on the fat, I start by coating the pot with nonstick cooking spray & sauteing the kielbasa by itself, minus the butter, over medium-low heat. After about 2 minutes, I add the onions, peppers, mushrooms & garlic & continue cooking, stirring often, about 8 min. I've made it with and without tossing the spaghetti in butter; it's still quite good without the butter so that's the way I eat it when I'm cooking just for myself. My last change was that I used grated romano in place of parmesan cheese.

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echo echo November 14, 2004

Yes! This is excellent! I used a pound of fresh broccoli and a package of mild Italian sausage and shredded Parmesan. Great treatment. Quick and easy. I can tell this is going to be one of those "old standby" recipies. Everything can wait snug and secure in the freezer for those nights when I need to go shopping and haven't or I'm tired or...

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Countrywife November 13, 2004

My mom use to make this stuff...it is awesome...thanks for posting this recipe, mom couldn't find hers when I asked for it.

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Harley Seashell Princess March 12, 2004
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