Kielbasa and potatoes

Kielbasa and Potatoes

January 27, 2015Danita

Kielbasa and potatoes

Today on Time Saving Tuesday I’m sharing a quick and easy meal, Kielbasa and Potatoes.  

Our family has most often enjoyed this dish on a Sunday night after church.  We’ve usually had a big lunch and just want something quick and easy.  It’s a great way to use left over baked potatoes or cook them ahead in the crock pot.  Serve with a salad, green veggie or fruit for a more well balance meal.  

My family likes Kielbasa but smoked sausage could be used if you prefer.

Here’s the Recipe:

1 package kielbasa

2-3 medium baked potatoes

Kielbasa and potatoes

Slice kielbasa in 1/2 inch slices

Cut potatoes in large chunks (no need to peel) about the same size as kielbasa 

*This allows for more even cooking

Kielbasa and potatoes

In a large skillet over medium high heat, add kielbasa 

No oil is needed if you’re using a non stick skillet

Brown on both sides

Kielbasa and potatoes

Add potatoes and fry together until potatoes are as crispy as you like

Kielbasa and potatoes

Kielbasa and Potatoes
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Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
15 min
Total Time
30 min
Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
15 min
Total Time
30 min
Ingredients
  1. 1 package kielbasa
  2. 2-3 medium baked potatoes
Instructions
  1. Slice kielbasa in 1/2 inch slices
  2. Cut potatoes in large chunks about the same size as kielbasa
  3. In a large skillet over medium high heat, add kielbasa
  4. No oil is needed if you’re using a non stick skillet
  5. Brown on both sides
  6. Add potatoes and fry together until potatoes are as crispy as you like
Notes
  1. If you don't have left over baked potatoes, uncooked can be used
  2. Cut sausage and potatoes as directed above
  3. Brown kielbasa and remove from skillet
  4. Add a little extra oil if needed
  5. Add potatoes and cook completely
  6. Return kielbasa to skillet and cook until heated through
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