5 Reviews

Very easy and tastey. Used Newcastle Brow Ale and loved it. I made haluski with it as a side dish.

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jenny.harnish November 21, 2009

Had these for lunch today and they were a big hit!! Easy recipe with terrific flavor! Thanks for posting! **Made for ZWT4**

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Mommy Diva June 18, 2008

This was very good and super easy to make. I used Budweiser for the beer and Kielbasa Polish Sausage. I loved the flavor that the beer added to the sauce! The sauce hinted at a sweetness (from the beer) and was savory at the same time. This is a great Polish Sausage recipe and I will use this one again. Zaar World Tour 4. Whine and Cheese.

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NcMysteryShopper June 15, 2008

This was easy and yummy! My family will love this on cold winter nights. A definitely comfort food main dish! Served this with a lovely sauerkraut and apple side dish. Thanks! ZWT4

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sassafrasnanc June 15, 2008

You dont have to be Polish to enjoy this sausage! I used Dyngus Style Polish Sausage (Kielbasa), Guiness Draught beer and 1 extra large onion. I used my electric skillet so it took a little longer than 20 minutes to cook the sausage. Kept the sauce on the thicker side and sliced the sausage into bite size pieces. The only thing I would do different is not use a heavy dark beer again because the sauce was a bit overwhelming for the sausage. I used apple cider vinegar and about 1 tablespoon of sugar. Served with Studentchef's Broccoli-Potato Casserole and had a wonderful dinner.

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lauralie41 March 14, 2008
Sausage in Polish Sauce - Kielbasa W Polskim Sosie