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Is a good recipe and can get a lil messy but fun anyway.What I do is get it all mixed up and start frying some and tasting until it is how we like it.I may add more garlic or salt,etc.Once my spices are right I begin to stuff.I do it all by myself.Oh yes,we like it with brown sugar but sometimes will use white.Thank you for posting.

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nesbitt929 December 25, 2014

A fair recipe. However, EPIC FAIL, on the note at the bottom, about the Marjoram. If you don't put the Marjoram in, it is NOT Kielbasa. Dupa Jasz.

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Mike H. December 18, 2014

An excellent starting point for a DIY sausage noob like myself! I added almost double the garlic and it turned out awesome. I buzz a few cloves in the Blendtec and use that garlicky water to boil the other spices (yes, more garlic!) My humble first attempts were VERY well received and this is my go-to recipe when I get the urge to make a mess. Thanks for sharing it!

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TeamDub June 10, 2014

This is a Fabulous Polish sausage recipe. I didn't add the sugar and replaced the accent seasoning with fresh ground paprika. Best polish kielbasa I have ever had and I am a 2nd generation Polish American. So glad I finally made my own. My father Would have loved it too!

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5solasfarm December 08, 2012

great recipe and fun to make.six to 8 cloves of garlic make it really good.

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LOUD March 28, 2010
Kielbasa, Homemade Kielbasa, Fresh Polish Sausage