Wondeful!! This was a fantastic, easy delicious kielbasa recipe..thank you! I used one packet of italian dsg. Mix, and 1 can of chicken broth, instead of water ,( 14oz.)this is definitely a great addition to my recipe collection!!
I made it according to the directions..yum
This was go easy and good. I used smoked sausage, italian seasoning and velvetta cheese because that's what I had on hand. After reading the other comments I used 1/3 cup of water. The only reason I think is the sauce it makes. Thanks for the great recipe.
A nice and easy weekday supper. Very Tasty!
It was okay. The kielbasa was extremely salty and did not need that extra added salt. I think the american cheese threw it off.
I NEVER use vegetable, canola or corn oil. They're basically very close to using plastic (in liquid form) and the processes they use leave them even more unhealthy. I use either EVOO or occasionally peanut oil. There's no such thing as a canola plant, it's made from the rape seed plant and over processed.
Not sure why this is called a skillet! I'm not a professional chef by any means, but I know my way around a kitchen and I questioned the 1 1/2 cups of water. It does not boil off in the allotted 20 minutes of a simmer. The water makes it more like soup than a skillet. That being said, it's a great sausage potato soup but I have to give it two stars for the fact if you follow the recipe, it's not a skillet
Don't know why 1-1/2 cups water was used. Definitely too much. Tasted ok after draining water off. Will re-rate after making again without as much water
I don't have a dutch oven, so I just cooked this dish in a large saucepan by adding 1 cup of water. Let it boil; uncover and simmer for 20 minutes to allow the water evaporate. The result was probably not as good as a dutch oven, but the flavor was excellent. I used both American cheese and cheddar cheese. There was a bit of liquid left in the bottom of the saucepan, which was very much like a potato chowder. Very yummy!