This is a yellow rice dish that my husband "created" in his mind. Of course, I had to make the culinary magic happen, but at least he contributed! A very good rice dish that can be served on the side, or as the main course.
Cut kielbasa/smoked sausage into small cubes. After cutting, brown in a frying pan for about 2-3 minutes until the sausage is heated through and slightly browned. Place into a separate dish but leave the oil produced from the kielbasa in the pan. In the same pan that the sausage was removed from, cook onions and green peppers until soft.
In a medium sized pot, put water, rice, oil, 1 packet of sazon, and salt together and bring to a boil. Once this begins to boil, turn it down to a low heat setting and simmer for about 20 minutes with the lid on, but tilted to release air.
When water is almost completely absorbed into the rice, add vegetables and kielbasa (with the oil that the kielbasa produced). Stir and cover.
Cook covered until rice is fluffy and tender, about another 5-10 minutes.