Kielbasa and Potatoes

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  • In a pot that will comfortably hold all ingredients, brown sausage (1 inch pieces or smaller) with chopped onion.
  • The more you brown them, the better it will taste.
  • Don't worry about a little bit of charring.
  • Toss in peeled, cut potatoes and cook slightly to coat potatoes with juices.
  • Add enough water to not quite cover potatoes.
  • Salt lightly.
  • Cook until potatoes fall apart with fork and the liquid has thickened, stirring occasionally.

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  1. This was delicious. I used Bratwurst and the potatoes were delightful. thanks for posting this easy to make, delicious recipe.
  2. I added shredded cabbage to mine and a little garlic and it now resides in my keeper file, thanks so much for sharing.....Lee
  3. Great! I added lots of red pepper, oregano, savory and seasoned salt, 2 small onions and browned them all in 2 tablespoons butter. For me, the amount of liquid called for turned out to be too much, but I know it will make a great soup base later!
  4. I fix this often. Sometimes I use smoked sausage. Often I cook the potatoes in the microwave for a few minutes while the sausage is brwowning. Then I slice them and add to the pan. A favorite quick meal.
  5. A+++++ recipe. Very quick and easy and wonderful on a COLD Minnesota nite


  1. This is a wonderfully easy recipe when you want something hearty without a hearty effort. I added some Southwest seasoning while browning the sausage and onions to give it a little kick. I also used the recommendation to use chicken broth in place of the water and found it to add a really nice flavor. Thanks for posting this, I've made it several times nice. So easy I don't even need to look the recipe up any longer.
  2. My son and I cooked this meal together and it turned out great!!! I also used the chicken broth instead of water and added some paprika and pepper. I also added some of Emerald's spices and wow...what a dish. Simple but delicious.
  3. This was so simple to make, great for a quick dinner at night. I used chicken broth instead of water and it added a nice flavor to it. Thank you.
  4. So simple and so good! I used a smoked chicken-apple sausage (Sam's Club) and redskin potatoes sliced but not peeled. I added chicken broth instead of water. And the results were fantastic. The sauce was thick and everyone just loved the whole dish.



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