Kielbasa MashSubmitted by: TRINIAN84
IntroductionJust a recipe I made up one day. Just a recipe I made up one day.
8 oz Kielbasa or one of the packages.
3 tbs butter, preferably I can't believe it's not butter.
3 tsp minced garlic
6 C of potatos (peeled and cut into chunks)
Add the butter and garlic to the pan with the kielbasa. Then pour the potatos in to the skillet on top of the kielbasa. Cook until the potatos are a little mashed, with lumps and are somewhat covered in the butter and drippings from the kielbasa. This should make about 6, 1 to 2 cup servings. I've never measured when I cooked this, it's kind of a "see if this tastes good" kind of recipe.
Number of Servings: 6
Recipe submitted by SparkPeople user TRINIAN84.
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I've made this recipe for many years, but I put thin slices of onion & brown them with sliced pototoes, meat with olive oil (avoid margarine/butter). To make it more browned, spread it on a cookie sheet & bake until golden brown. Wrap in flour tortillas & can add mustard, bbq sauce, etc. Yummy!!! - 4/19/10
this is basically the same as a very old school austrian recipe my grandmother used to make. just add some onions and a little beer. it will do wonders! - 7/21/09
Reply from TRINIAN84 (1/20/10)
The onions sound good... but i think i'll pass on the beer lol
sounds pretty easy - 3/15/09
Reply from TRINIAN84 (3/17/09)
if u think this one's easy you should check out my Judaba recipe.. lol :)