- 16 ounces kielbasa (fully cooked, sliced in ½-inch slices)
- 3 large potatoes (cut in chunks, about 2.5-3 cups)
- 1 pound fresh green beans (or equivalent of whole frozen)
- 3/4 cup chicken stock
|Calories520Calories from Fat190|
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|Calories from Fat190|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Courtney K. 10 Jan
It was super quick to prepare and turned out yummy. I tossed in some smashed garlic cloves for some extra flavor and some of my freshly ground pepper blend from McCormick. Topped the potatoes with a packet of gravy that i used some of the stock that was left over from cooking to prepare the gravy with. My wife loved it and the kielbasa was melt in your mouth tender! Will make again for sure.
Sherri Blevins 9 Jan
Great flavor and so simple to throw together. Will definitely make it again
Rachel 25 Apr 2018
I haven't made it yet.
Charlene S. 8 Feb 2018
My family loves this recipe the key however is to brown the kielbasa. I also add garlic, onion and a good amount of pepper
Hogeboom 3 Feb 2018
We loved this. The basic recipe could be easily adjusted with the kind of meat, vegetables and soup used. I plan to use the leftover broth on rice.
Sara Kriz 8 Jan 2018
Disappointed with this recipe. Tasted blah. Should’ve browned the meat first & used less chicken stock. Ate with Hawaiian rolls.
Linda S. 1 Nov 2017
This recipe is a keeper. I added carrots and onions for more nutrition and flavor.
Hayley Nicole 25 Sep 2017
Amazing, didn’t change a thing