Originally Posted by PattY1
I am making something I have never had before(believe it or not), Kielbasa, cabbage with new red potatoes, buttered seeded rye bread and green beans on the side. I am still unsure how I am going to cook this. A lot of recipes call for cooking in bacon grease. I think that would taste good, however I want to avoid any more fat. I did buy "lite" kielbasa. Maybe I will use a little chicken broth????
I realize I might be too late, since it's after 5:30 here.
I like to slice my kielbasa in big chunks, as well as the cabbage. I put the cabbage in a greased baking pan/casserole dish (the size depends on how many servings you are making) and lay the kielbasa on top. Then, I drizzle it with a little oil, cider vinegar and a sprinkling of caraway seeds. That gets baked, covered, @375 for about 45 minutes (ovens vary). For the oil, you can
use olive oil, but I think the taste is better with Canola oil (that is also healthy).
Any kind of potatoes go well with cabbage and kielbasa! Below is a picture of a past meal, and I used peeled red potatoes. FYI, I baked them in a separate pan (tossed in oil, garlic powder and salt) for the same amount of time. Of course, how thick your slices are determine cooking time.