Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 10 mins

A real family pleaser! And as if delicious and satisfying weren't enough, this is fast to the table and a one-pot clean-up afterwards!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Cook the pasta according to package directions; drain and return to pot.
  2. Add the pasta sauce, kielbasa, and peas.
  3. Heat through.
  4. Top with Parmesan cheese.


Most Helpful

This was incredibly delicious! All through the meal my BH was saying "MMMMMMMMMMMM, This is GOOOOODDDDDDDDDD"! He rarely does that and you can really tell he loves something when he does that over a meal. I also loved this. I did fry the sausage first though just because I like my sausage a little browned and before I took the sausage off I tossed the peas in with the sausage to get them defrosted a little. This was so delicious. I will be making this again and if I were able to give you 10 stars on this one, I would. Thank you for a wonderful recipe. YUMMY! P.S... Instead of Kielbasa I used Butterball Turkey sausage to cut the fat a little bit but Kielbasa would also be just wonderful!

Gingerbear November 07, 2002

This was EASY and WONDERFUL! I did not have parmesan at the time but I used some grated mild cheddar. Instead of the frozen peas I used a can of peas and then added a can of kidney beans for additional protein.

Dianne48 February 13, 2003

Great basic, quick recipe! I also browned my kielbasa and then I spiced mine up with a touch of cayenne pepper. Loved that it's a one dish meal and all the kids ate it with no problem. Thanks much!

Kimex May 19, 2003

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