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Wunderful gut food !! So easy and so flavorful ~ I used smoked turkey kielbasa, peeled red potatoes and I threw 1/4 head chopped cabbage in at the last minute cuz it sounded good. Definite comfort food and great for a busy week-night dinner. Into the keeper comfort food cookbook! Thanks for posting ~ made for ZWT 6 ~ GERMANY/BENELUX REGION.

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FloridaNative May 24, 2010

Very tasty and easy as well. I only used one potato because I was just looking for a recipe to use it up, but it was still very good.

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Taylor R. April 06, 2009

I too have made this for years with one small addition of shreaded cabbage in porportion to the potatoes, covered it and let it make it's own liquided as it cooked, no oil, I also swithched off the sausage to what ever happened to be on hand but our favorite is smoked. We are garlic lovers so had to add that and celery seed also. A very good comfort dish and easy to throw together, I use red skinned baby potatoes so they don't need to be peeled (I'm lazy)

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Lee from New Mexico September 02, 2008

Quick, easy, and tasty! I followed the recipe, but added some sauerkraut when I added the kielbasa. It turned out great and my kids liked it too. FYI - I used red potatoes and they took quite a bit longer to cook once simmering (I kept adding time in 5 minute increments). Just be sure to allow a little extra time, if necessary. Great dish!

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sonomamama March 22, 2013

Very nice! I had all the ingredients on hand plus some red bell pepper which I chopped and threw in too. Also added a spattering of Italian seasonings (Penzey's "pasta sprinkle"). I used my Vidalia onion chopper to dice the potatoes (yes, as seen on TV--works wonderfully!). This was a great meal to prepare after coming home from work, opening the refrigerator and thinking "what can I make tonight?!" Also, I used red potatoes so no peeling!

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HisPixie January 31, 2012

This was very easy and tasty; however, I think I would like more kielbasa next time. I used Yukon Gold potatoes as directed, but used some fresh kielbasa that I had. This is definitely comfort food! Made for ZWT6.

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JackieOhNo! June 01, 2010

Great easy meal! This worked so well on a busy day! *Made for ZWT6*

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Mama's Kitchen (Hope) May 31, 2010

This is great as written and next time I will add some sauerkraut for a little more flavor. Must say this is quick and easy to prepare :) Thanks for posting. *Made for SSaSSy's ZWT6*

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Papa D 1946-2012 May 28, 2010

Good ole German comfort food! Sauted the oinions and garlic on the stove top. In a baking dish tossed quartered yukon gold potatoes and a few baby carrots with olive oil. Add the onions, garlic and sausage and sprinkled with a little dry dill. Baked at 400 degrees for approximately 30 minutes. Soo good, thanks for sharing. Made for ZWT #6

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Galley Wench May 25, 2010

Very delicious and simple to make. We also used half of a diced green bell pepper and half a head of shredded cabbage. My wife included about a 1/4 cup of raisins to add an interesting sweet hint to it which just topped it off. This is becoming one of my favorite comfort dishes.

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doobadad April 17, 2010
Kielbasa, Potato, and Onion Skillet