Cabbage Kielbasa Skillet

I believe this came from TOH's Simple and Delicious. It's pretty quick and cleanup is easy too so it has become a regular weeknight meal for us. My husband sometimes eats it on toasted wheat bread.

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  • In a large skillet, saute onion and peppers in butter until tender.
  • Add remaining ingredients. Cook about 8 minutes, stirring occasionally, until heated through.
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"I believe this came from TOH's Simple and Delicious. It's pretty quick and cleanup is easy too so it has become a regular weeknight meal for us. My husband sometimes eats it on toasted wheat bread."
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  1. Senior Lady
    Since I had the broccoli slaw on hand, that is what I used. Otherwise, I followed directions. The combination of ingredients comes together nicely and this can be prepared quickly and easily. This is a great choice for a busy day. Thanks, lilchris.
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  2. RecipeJunkie
    Made this tonight for dinner. Very easy and quick. Nice flavor. I wondered at first about the onions and peppers being too overpowering, but I actually liked it a lot. Big garlic lovers may want to add a bit more (I may even try fresh garlic next time). I also used a turkey kielbasa for less fat, and next time might try to just use butter flavored cooking spray instead of butter to saute the veggies. I will certainly be making this again - thanks for sharing!
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  3. RecipeJunkie
    Made this tonight for dinner. Very easy and quick. Nice flavor. I wondered at first about the onions and peppers being too overpowering, but I actually liked it a lot. Big garlic lovers may want to add a bit more (I may even try fresh garlic next time). I also used a turkey kielbasa for less fat, and next time might try to just use butter flavored cooking spray instead of butter to saute the veggies. I will certainly be making this again - thanks for sharing!
    Reply
  4. lilchris
    I believe this came from TOH's Simple and Delicious. It's pretty quick and cleanup is easy too so it has become a regular weeknight meal for us. My husband sometimes eats it on toasted wheat bread.
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