Kielbasa Appetizers

"Very tasty addition to your horsdoeurve table. This is a recipe, with a few minor changes, given to me by my dear friend Pat."
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  • Combine all ingredients, except kielbasa, in a medium saucepan, and stir well. Cook over low heat 2 to 3 minutes, stirring constantly.
  • Add kielbasa, and cook until sausage is thoroughly heated. Serve warm.

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  1. Margie99
    We liked these. I browned the sausage first and then added it to the sauce. It wasn't as sweet as I expected but I'm glad.
  2. 55tbird
    Really tasty...will make again!!
  3. Koechin Chef
    Great recipe, great taste! Will also try a spicy sausage next time, not that this was not delicious, but just for fun! Thanks for posting
  4. Pokey in San Antonio
    Wow! I just finished making a batch for today's Super Bowl party. I had to take time out to thank you for posting. I used a very spicy sausage, and your sauce is a perfect compliment to that heat. I'm sure my guests will love them as well. Thanks.


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