I tried this because it seemed interesting, but it wasn't really to our liking. The recipe doesn't say what size of tomato sauce; I used two 15 ounce cans.
A good quick meal, and will be great for those busy weeknights. Would probably be good thrown in the crockpot, too. I used Italian Dressing mix #63812 (no MSG) and 2 15-oz. cans of tomato sauce. Everyone enjoyed this, but it is very salty, and I'd suggest using no salt added tomato sauce and possibly even decreasing the amount of salt in a homemade Italian seasoning mix. Thanks for sharing your recipe!
I had REALLY high hopes for this recipe, but it is missing something I can't quite put my finger on. I thought it tasted MUCH better after it had sat for a day and the flavors had a chance to meld. We served this over spaghetti and had garlic bread with it. I dunno...I guess maybe I am just more of a traditional girl when it comes to sausages with a smoky flavor.
I loved the flavor of this sauce and it was obviously easy to put together. I used two 8 ounce cans of sauce and half of the sausage, otherwise I followed it exactly. Thanks!
We were really impressed with the flavor of this simple pasta dish. The recipe didn't state which size can of tomato sauce was required. I used a 15 ounce can of sauce and a 15 ounce can of petite diced tomatoes with garlic and olive oil. I also subbed a sweet yellow onion for the red. When it came time to add the seasoning packet, I discovered that I was out. I quickly mixed up a batch of Italian Dressing Seasoning Dry Mix Italian Dressing Seasoning Dry Mix to add to the sauce. I tossed this sauce with some penne pasta and served it with garlic bread and a salad. Even with my last minute subs, this was an easy meal for a tired weeknight. The great flavor makes it a winner.
What can I say, this was great!! It was so easy to throw together. I used 2 15oz cans of tomato sauce since it didn't say which size in the recipe and it turned out great. Just the right amount of stuff. My guys didn't leave a drop and they were in the pot sopping up the sauce with the garlic bread. Thanks for the recipe.
This was very good! Being Slovak myself, I've eaten plenty of kielbasa (Polish sausage) in my day :) The recipe didn't mention the size cans of tomato sauce used, so I used 2 standard 8 oz. cans. Also, for the quantity of sauce it made, I think using the entire amount of kielbasa was a little "over the top" for this amount of sauce. I think I'd cut the amount of kielbasa used in half. Other than that, this recipe was a winner! Thanks for sharing! :^)