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This was a winner! Now, everytime someone is having a casual party, I recommend it to them. It's so easy and grown-ups and kids alike love it. I get the longer toothpicks with the little plastic fringe stuff on the top and put some of the sausage out on a tray, run around (mingling!!), come back and put some more out to replenish the tray. I might try adding those little smoked sausages for variety next time. They don't even need cutting up. The sauce is great like a sweet and sour sauce but more sweet. "As is" makes a very economical dish (less than $10!) with absolutely no trouble in the preparation. It really doesn't take the whole 4-5 hours on low since kielbasa is already cooked. So, if you're in a pinch for time, probably a couple hours to warm through is enough and just leave it on low until they're gone! Thanks for another Good-n-EZ party food!

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Laurita May 01, 2003

Very easy to prepare - used it for a superbowl snack.

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BJ January 31, 2003

I made this for a barbeque I was having, and EVERYONE loved it! Very good! Easy to prepare too!

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SunflowerLeigh August 06, 2002

I used a large can of tropical fruit (pineapple and papaya) And half the brown sugar. It came out fantastic. The papapya was sweet and delicious. I served it with with steamed rice. Plan to make often.

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mymainefamily July 12, 2009

I did not cook this exactly the way it said. But i got the idea for a new dinner that i'll cook many times more! I used BBQ sauce instead of ketchup and the whole recipe was cut down for only 2 people and I cooked everything in a skillet. YUMMMMY! Thanks!

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Katy O. April 22, 2009

This was great! Loved the "BBQ" sauce this made. Very easy to throw together. With the leftover sauce I put it over some cooked chicken breast tenderloins and placed it in the frig. It was a fantastic snack. Thanks Denise for sharing this. Can't wait to make it for the next potluck.

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Gadgetsmidnight July 02, 2011

This was dee-lish! Since there are only two of us I 1/2'd the recipe but didn't change any ingredients. This is definitely going in my "keep" file!

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LynneLoves2Cook April 20, 2011

Yummy treat! I have made these alot for potluck events and end up with an empty crock every time. I sometimes have added a few shakes of pepper flakes to heat it up..yum. I bring long wooden skewers so guests can stab what they want. Easy and tasty!

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Leigh in WA May 17, 2010

I made this for Dinner tonight in the crock pot and served over white rice. I did change the recipe slightly. I added onions & green peppers (just because I love them), I also used tomato sauce and ketchup, and 1 lb of the kielbasa was chipotle kielbasa. It was delicious! Though, a little too sweet for the Hubbeast. Next time I make it I will cut back on the brown sugar some to please his palate (it was fine for me though). Thank you for a yummy recipe!

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Lora J. October 25, 2009
Island Kielbasa