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This is an excellent, simple dish. I used turkey kielbasa and doubled up on the onions and peppers. I didn't use the oil but it still came out fabulous. I served it over brown rice, it really hit the spot. Thank you.

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Kristiina November 20, 2007

I made this with kielbasa and used a mixture of peppers, instead of just green, because I didn't have just green peppers on hand. I used a frozen mixture of slices bell peppers. It turned out wonderful. Grandma's Homemade Macaroni and Cheese was made to go along side. What a tasty combination! :) I'll be making this again!

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VickyJ April 13, 2007

I made this, but used skillet only. It was great! Added a little garlic powder too. Thanks!

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herb607 April 24, 2011

I love kielbasa, onions & peppers -- and together, they're just fantastic! I would definitely make this again... would like to try one other reviewer's suggestion and add some diced potatoes into the mix. This time, however, I made exactly as written, and it was a big hit at lunch. Thanks for posting!

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NELady May 03, 2010

I usually make kielbasa this way but have never put it in the oven - just eat it "out of the pan." I'll have to try baking it next time - thanks!

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Jess McKnight February 01, 2010

Have not made this yet but it is looking delicious. Going camping, might actually try this in the crock pot.

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April1 September 01, 2009

This is a great way to make keilbasa. I added some diced potatoes to the mixture as well. Yum!

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Busy Lindsay March 16, 2009
Kielbasa Bake