My boyfriend and I loved it, although this recipe calls for way too much cabbage. Other than that it is divine!
This is good. I used turkey kielbasa (my husband does not eat pork). It didn't make enough grease and the potatoes and carrots were sticking a bit so I poured about 1/2 cup of broth in. It came out fine. We dabbed sour cream on top. This is a very economical one dish meal. Potatoes, carrots, cabbage and onions are so cheap and kielbasa can usually be got on sale. I will make this again and I will put it in my group of super low cost emergency meals. Thanks 3KillerBs!
DH, DS & I really enjoyed this dish last night. I thought about getting out the bacon grease to cook this dish but restrained myself. Next time I will add a big ole dollop of bacon grease. Cabbage just begs for it! I did add Beau Monde' which gives it a little of the celery seed taste and extra salt and pepper. I think a nice sprinkling of caraway seeds would be tasty too. This was a good tasting dish but next time I will use more sausage for the amount of vegetables. We loved it! Thanks 3 KB's! Cooked for PAC 2007
YUM! I've been making a version of this for years---it's a real family pleaser!! My version calls for browning everything in bacon grease and topping each serving with crumbled crisp bacon. This is equally good subbing the cabbage with broccoli or celery, or a combo thereof.
My husband's family is Polish, so I thought they would appreciate trying this recipe...the ingredients are wonderful...we do enjoy things with a sauce, so I tweaked this a bit by adding a l/2 can of low-sodium beef broth, a T. of low-sodium soy sauce, salt, pepper, and garlic...there was only one tablespoon of leftovers. Thanks so much for sharing this unique stir fry.