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Very good, and simple too! I don't always have time to bake it, so I brown the kielbasa a little in the pan, then add the chopped onion and cook until tender. Finally I add the sauce ingredients and cook for several more minutes. The liquid in the recipe doesn't thicken, so I add a cornstarch/water mixture just before serving. Serve over rice; yum!
This was easy and delicious. I didnt add the hot sauce, but it was still delicious! Served over rice.
So much flavor and so little effort. Love love love the sweet and smokey flavor of this dish. I sliced my sausage in 1/4 inch rounds but otherwise made as directed. Served with some cheddar cheese bread to soak up all the lovely gooey sauce.
I'll make this again. Made it even easier by omitting the stove-top step and letting the oven do all the heating. I cut the sausage into 1 inch chunks, and served it with mashed red potatoes. Yummy!
Me and my husband loved this !! I followed the recipe exactly only used light brown sugar instead of dark. Worked great.
Was really good!! Everyone liked it, served over white rice.
Really nice way to do kielbasa. I used good Polish kielbasa from my old hometown, where the company is located. Loved the sweet and tangy flavor of the sauce. It was perfect during a busy week, I put all the ingredients together and had an hour to get some other things done. Thanks Holly!
Very easy to make. I served it over jasmine rice seasoned with pumpkin pie spice. Gave it just enough bite to work with the sweetness of the sauce. I will definitely make this again.
Very good flavor! I don't often make kielbasa, so this was nice for a change. I one and a halved the sauce. I did add a little clearjel while it was still on the stove, but it didn't really thicken as much as I would have liked. However, it was very delicious over rice!