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This was SO good! I was able to lighten the recipe by omitting the butter and using turkey kielbasa--and it was still so rich that I wanted to lick my plate. It's a great way to use up all those mostly empty packages of frozen vegetables that lurk in your freezer--just be sure to use all 16 ounces or more, as the veggies taste absolutely fantastic. One other thing: I had to add an extra cup of water, and it took almost an hour for my potatoes to be fully cooked. I think I will be making this constantly!

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juniperwoman January 07, 2008

This was very easy to make and a hit with my husband. The kielbasa I got was a little strong flavored for my taste so I might try a different kind of sausage next time.

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Sonia #3 January 05, 2007

WOW and wonderful...I had everything on hand and everyone gave it a HIGH 5!!!! I did not change nothing. I loved it also. Thank You for such a easy recipe to make everyone wants dinner NOW!!!! Hugs

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Braunda November 25, 2007

This was such an easy weeknight recipe. I am not a fan of veggies cooked in casseroles and omitted the mixed vegetables. I don't usually have packaged potatoes on hand, but Hubby had picked one up and this was a perfect use. We served this with a tossed salad and frozen peas on the side. It was very filling, and the flavor was even better as leftovers the next day.

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Ms B. July 30, 2006

This turned out really well. The only thing I did different was used a can of mixed veggies instead of frozen. Thanks for the quick recipe.

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Jazze22 April 14, 2006
Kielbasa Au Gratin Casserole