Sunday, January 23, 2011

Keilbasa and Cabbage

This is a family favorite. Takes less than 15 minutes from start to finish.

1-2 kielbasa sausages (can be turkey, beef, pork- your choice)
1 medium cabbage

Slice the sausage into a large pot or dutch oven and saute them till brownish on medium-high heat. (If you use turkey- be careful to stir them or they'll stick).
As it sautes, slice the cabbage into bite size chunks.
When the sausage is brown, add the cabbage and stir together. Put the lid on and stir occasionally. It is ready when the cabbage is a bit wilty but still crunchy.
Adding the cabbage and mixing it up. Then the lid goes on...
After it has cooked down a bit- this is how we like to eat it. You can see that I cut up two kielbasa sausages. I have one daughter who loves it.


  1. delicious amazing incredible fantastic

  2. Glad you liked it, Zoe! Just the thing to make when you are rushed.

  3. This was awesome - thanks! I tossed it with a half pound of amish kluski noodles from Keller's, and used Keller's kolbassi. I think it is going to become a staple dinner at our house.

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  5. Hi Dan- So glad you commented- thanks! Great that you liked the dish- your additions sound delicious!