6 Reviews

This is delicious! Since I made this as a main dish, I used a whole pound of kielbasa. It was hearty and flavorful and it made a lot! I didn't have any Lipton's so I used 3 tsp chicken bouillon powder and a half cup of superfine egg noodles. I used long grain rice. The result was a perfectly seasoned rice and sausage dish that my whole family enjoyed. It makes 6 servings, with the pound of sausage. Next time I'll toss in a handful of sweet peas for color and to round it out with a little veggies. Thank you!

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SaraFish September 14, 2003

The taste was alright, but kind of bland. I had to add more water for the rice to finish cooking and the bottom of the pan still burnt. I might make it again, but it would need more seasoning and more kielbasa added.

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Jadelabyrinth May 14, 2006

This was wonderful, I lost track of how many helpings my son took! I did not have the soup on hand, so I used 1 Tablespoon of Chicken Base...and about a 1 cup of noodles....Next time, I will use fine noodles...It was just great and easy thank you. We love kabasa!

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Big Sis January 08, 2006

Great recipe! I have very picky eaters! I didn't have the soup mix, but used boullion and spinch egg noodles. I threw in some frozen mixed veggies... and watched the pot empty-up quick! Thanks Rani...

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foodbuff November 12, 2005

This was a very delicious easy one pot stove top dinner. I used regular keilbasa, couldn't find the hot. Definite keeper here! Really would like to try it with the hot, will keep looking. I doubled the recipe and it worked out fine. I added a cup of frozen baby peas for color Thanks Ranikabani

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RecipeNut September 19, 2004

What a great tasting, quick stove top dinner! Very economical too. I'm always looking for new ways to prepare keilbasa. My husband devoured this like there was no tommorow. And this makes a lot! I did use 1 lb of keilbasa and all of the soup packet, though next time I would probably use the same amount of meat and soup but cut back on the rice/water amount, in half to serve 4 people. I would also maybe add a peas/carrots combo for color; not for flavor because this dish has alot of it already. Thanks for posting!

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TheDancingCook July 20, 2004
Kielbasa Rice a Roni