Quick and Easy Kielbasa

Remember when I told you that I “God Willing Plan” my week night meals? This is a meal that I make when I don’t have something “planned”. Good “ole faithful” Kielbasa. Every member in the family loves it. It’s easy. It’s quick. It works.

Kielbasa stays well in your refrigerator because it comes “vacuumed packed”. This is so nice because it can be a “back up” plan at anytime! I never fail to pick this product up when I’m at the store. I tend to lean towards Hillshire Farms or Healthy Choice brands. They are very tasty and come in “low fat” varieties.

This isn’t my most “showy” recipes- but sometimes quick, easy and tasty are the most important necessities of a weekday meal.

I simply sliced the Kielbasa with 1 vidalia onion (you can also do peppers if you wish). Put them in a grill skillet (you can also do this on the stove in a pan). I grilled them on med-high heat for about 8 mins. Remember, the sausage is already cooked. The grilling technique gives it a nice, smokey flavor. Don’t have a grilling pan? I strongly encourage you to get one! They are wonderful. Mine was $10 at Kitchen Collection in the mall.

Can you almost smell the smokey flavor? It’s goooood.

I served this with a dollup of spicy mustard on the side for dipping. I also added a simple tossed salad, chicken stock noodles (egg noodles simmered in chicken stock for 30 mins, and sliced watermelon. This dinner took me about 30 mins.

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Quick and Easy Kielbasa
 
Serves: 4-6
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Ingredients
  • 1 package of Hillshire Farms Kielbasa
  • 1 Onion
  • Seasoned Salt
  • Pepper
Instructions
  1. Slice Kielbasa into angled coins
  2. Slice Onion
  3. Place in grill skillet
  4. season with seasoned salt and pepper
  5. (no oil needed due to the sausage having natural fat)
  6. Grille on med-high heat for appx 8 mins or until done

A little tip: I purchase these greens from Marcs- love them. I just drizzle olive oil, balsamic vinegar and cracked pepper on top. Then add some onions, some dried cherries and cucumbers and I put the lid back on and SHAKE it! Am I gourmet or what? Actually, I am really humbling myself..but if you can share a tip, why not. :)

 

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  1. Grill skillet? Why have I not heard of this? Genius! That looks soooo good! My mouth is watering!

  2. I didn’t know until recently that this was pronounced ‘k’bassa.’ No kidding. I thought it was ‘keel-bassa,’ of course. It wasn’t in my Scandinavian vocabulary. :-) I also love having those ‘go to’ meals that you can prepare in just a few minutes, ones that everyone will love!

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  4. This is a “stand-by” meal for us, too – only we add green peppers, too.

  5. I made this (added green peppers) and instead of salad we had pasta and broccoli because that is all that was in the fridge. Thanks for sharing your recipes. I have family members that are not as generous as you with recipe sharing…can you believe it?? YOU are my “God Willing Plan!” Every recipe I have used has been a HUGE hit at our house and they are soooo easy. I usually have the ingredients, or they are easy to get.

    Hugs,
    Thea

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