198 Reviews

My whole family LOVED this! It was surprisingly easy to make. I used fresh basil and oregano, I also used a few american cheese slices and some colby jack shreds. I also used red potatos and left the skin on. My DH added red pepper flakes to his and said it had a cajun flair.

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Emily August 29, 2002

This was very, very good!! We love kielbasa, so this recipe was right up our ally. Now, one point - I'm not sure what "American Cheese" is - so we used grated mild cheddar - it turned out wonderful. Thanks for posting!

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Graybert August 05, 2002

Great! I used less potatoes(don't like to peel) and also used 1 cup chicken broth instead of water. I didn't add the cheese because my husband comes home late, so instead I spooned out the portions into bowls and added cheese then threw them in the microwave for 30 seconds when we were ready to eat. I even liked this recipe and I'm not a big fan of kielbasa.

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cperry October 21, 2002

This is a very good supper!! For the cheese, I laid slices of Kraft singles on top. Yummy!!

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flowergirl August 07, 2002

Delicious! Thanks for the recipe.

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turtle August 19, 2002

My wife and I loved this. I changed a few little things up...I sauteed the onion and pepper in olive oil and then added potatoes and kielbasa. I transferred to a large pot (I have no dutch oven) and browned the potatoes a little. I added a little less water, probably a cup, and covered the pot to steam the potatoes. Then I cooked all the excess water away and it was really good. I used colby jack on top because I love that cheese. This is a keeper! Thanks!

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TrinkDawg November 12, 2002

I would have to agree with some of the others. I'm not sure why you would add the broth; it would make it watery. I made this dish in a cast iron skillet and browned the sausage, potates and peppers together. I skipped the broth completely and added the cheese when everything was done. The family loved it this way.

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Java October 12, 2002

This was soooooo good. My husband has been asking me forever to make a kielbasa dish. He absolutely loved this recipe. Even my kids gave it a try and liked it! Thank you for such a delicious recipe!!! (I made it without the cheese and it was still perfect).

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Mrs. DJ August 25, 2002

Wanted a quick dinner for a late friday night... found this! Only used about 1/3 cup of water and after the potatoes were almost cooked, I took off the cover and let the rest of the water cook off before I added the cheese. The whole time my DH ate it, all he kept saying was MMMMMMMMMMM!!! The only other thing I did different was use red onions and grated cheddar cheese (and only had 3/4 cup of that) Oh my...it was SO GOOD! Thank you again Inez!

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deb k February 07, 2003

Fast, easy, comfort food. Thank you for the recipe, we really loved this!

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Douglas6 August 19, 2002
Potato Kielbasa Skillet