As any avid reader here knows, I love Kielbasa and use it a lot here. My Spicy Kielbasa Pasta and Kielbasa Potato Bake are two popular recipes for good reason, you can do so much with some Kielbasa links and this Crockpot Kielbasa and BBQ Beans are no different. You make your own smoky sauce that gives everything tons of flavor and this is a recipe everyone will love! This made my whole house smell awesome and I would wait to get a big heaping bowl and chow down! Continue reading “Crockpot Kielbasa and BBQ Beans”
I love kielbasa! I prefer it over sausage and try to incorporate into my recipes when I can. This Skillet Kielbasa Mac and Cheese Penne is a spin off of my Spicy Kielbasa Pasta, it’s a great option if you don’t want the extra spice. This is perfectly creamy and the Panko breadcrumbs give just the right amount of crunch! If you prefer sausage or that’s the only thing you have, you can absolutely substitute that for the kielbasa. The great thing about this is that it’s one pan and low prep so you can get it on the table quickly and clean up will be a breeze! Continue reading “Skillet Kielbasa Mac and Cheese Penne”
I think I’ve stated a few times here about my Polish heritage. My mother was raised with an abundance of Polish traditions and one she passed on is the yummy food. I’ve been eating kielbasa since before I could remember and I also love pierogis. I could eat a whole batch by myself. This Kielbasa Pierogi Casserole is the perfect mix of both and also gets a little bacon and cheese in on the action because why not!
This recipe calls for a package of frozen pierogis for convenience. However, to take the casserole to the next level, try making your own pierogis. This recipe by Mary Jane Robbinsis super clear and the step by step instructional photos wiped away any sense of intimidation. Please note, after you boil your homemade pierogis and let cool, then add them to this Kielbasa Pierogi Casserole recipe, following the steps below.