it was pretty good :) the kids loved it!
We really liked this. I made a couple of adjustments. I sauted a chopped onion and the sausage in a large skillet and then added a few cloves of garlic. I then continued on a directed using chicken broth instead of water. I used cream of onion soup and we liked it. I served the cheese at the table so everyone would get some and to entice my little ones to eat it.
I follow the original recipe, but I diced the sausage and browned in olive oil,(didnt use butter)with onions, garlic, salt and pepper. My family loved it
I love this recipe. I am making it for my second time tonight. I use 98% fat free cream of celery, and I use turkey kielbasa. Because I cut those calories out, I cook the kielbasa in a little margarine (as another person suggested) for flavor, and it comes out delicious. Even my husband loves it!
Super supper! I did not have the same issues as some other commentors with bland flavor. I think this is because I browned the kielbasa first in the butter before adding the other ingredients. Also, instead of using canned cream of celery, I made it from Cream of Celery Soup (which obviously took a bit longer - but not much - and it was *soooo* good) . Thank you TBG!
I made the recipe exactly as written, and like shapeweaver, I found it to be a little bland. Next time I make it, I'll use a spicier sausage and brown it first, leave out the mushrooms (my husband wasn't crazy about those), and add some onions and peppers and a bit more seasoning. I think it's a good base recipe to work with, and I loved the convenience of having it all in one skillet. Thanks for posting it!
I made this on 5/10/08 for mine and SO's dinner.I followed the recipe except for having to use cream of broccoli instead of the soup that was called for.But, we found this to be a pretty bland recipe, and I don't think it was because of the different soup,since cream of celery is pretty bland in itself. Maybe if the sausage was browned a little and some garlic powder was added it might perk it up some.I'm sorry we couldn't give it a higher rating. But thanks for posting anyway.
I changed it up just a little bit. I didn't use the peas or the mushrooms. I also added in about 1/2 cup each of chopped celery, onion, & bell pepper. I used ground pork sausage and I also used 1 cup chicken broth & 1/2 cup water. This dish came out OUTSTANDING!! My husband said this is one of the best sausage dishes he's ever had. Thanks so much for the keeper!
My family loved this! This fits into my $5 meal plan. We figured out this meal cost about $3 to make and it fed my family of 4 kid, two of which are teenagers and myself. It got rave reviews and recieved the "do-over" (make this again!) rating from around the table!