24 Reviews

This was delicious. I used Bratwurst and the potatoes were delightful. thanks for posting this easy to make, delicious recipe.

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Robyn:) August 12, 2003

I added shredded cabbage to mine and a little garlic and it now resides in my keeper file, thanks so much for sharing.....Lee

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Lee from New Mexico August 28, 2008

Great! I added lots of red pepper, oregano, savory and seasoned salt, 2 small onions and browned them all in 2 tablespoons butter. For me, the amount of liquid called for turned out to be too much, but I know it will make a great soup base later!

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juniperwoman March 29, 2006

I fix this often. Sometimes I use smoked sausage. Often I cook the potatoes in the microwave for a few minutes while the sausage is brwowning. Then I slice them and add to the pan. A favorite quick meal.

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Kaye York November 05, 2003

A+++++ recipe. Very quick and easy and wonderful on a COLD Minnesota nite

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TinaSue November 02, 2003

Excellent Easy Meal! I added sauerkraut as a side dish and it was wonderful... just make sure to keep in mind, a little bit of charring is fine, alot is not :)

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~*~Cali~*~ October 22, 2003

Simple and delicious. I love Keilbasa and this is an easy dinner to put together for a weeknight meal. Serve with Stouffers Escalloped Apples and you have a great Fall dinner!

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Little Bee September 19, 2003

So simple and so good! I used a smoked chicken-apple sausage (Sam's Club) and redskin potatoes sliced but not peeled. I added chicken broth instead of water. And the results were fantastic. The sauce was thick and everyone just loved the whole dish.

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Paula5 September 06, 2003

This is a wonderfully easy recipe when you want something hearty without a hearty effort. I added some Southwest seasoning while browning the sausage and onions to give it a little kick. I also used the recommendation to use chicken broth in place of the water and found it to add a really nice flavor. Thanks for posting this, I've made it several times nice. So easy I don't even need to look the recipe up any longer.

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lindy2112 June 14, 2009

I love how easy this is and that its made with things I always have on hand. My family devoured it, even my pickiest. This will be eaten many times. Thanks for a great recipe that works for busy families.

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Bilette March 14, 2009
Kielbasa and Potatoes