Cabbage Sausage Supper
Total TimePrep: 10 min. Cook: 40 min.
This was a good hearty supper but it took at least 25 minutes longer to cook. I think next time I'll give the potatoes and carrots a few minutes in the microwave to get them started.
One of our favorites. I add red and green peppers for color and flavor. Add a bit more beef broth and you have a great soup.
I use egg noodles instead of potatoes. It's a good substitute. Love it.
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I have been making this for 40 years. I add a green pepper into for extra flavor. Easy and cheap.
I really wasn't sure about this one because I don't like smoked sausage and am just so-so about cabbage. However, because it had excellent reviews, I decided to make it for my husband. Unbelievably, I REALLY, REALLY liked it! My husband loved it, and it made enough for left-overs. I used small unpeeled Red Bliss potatoes, and followed the advice of other reviewers and increased the amount of liquid to 1 cup water plus 1/4 cup of beer. I added a dash of caraway seeds, a little salt, and 1/4 tsp pepper and cooked it for an hour. I'll definitely be making this again-easy and tasty.
I thought this would be good but I never dreamed it would be THIS good. Perfect for my ethnicity. Brought back fond childhood memories of cabbage and kielbasa. I wasn't able to find kielbasa thanks to the pandemic but I did find some cheap polish smoked sausage that resembled hot dogs. Was worried but they turned out pretty good even though. I did follow someone's advice and cook the potatoes and carrots a small amount of time before adding to the rest. And I also used small unpeeled red potatoes. Highly recommend.
Loved the simplicity and taste of the meal. I used turkey kielbasa and next time I would not chop the cabbage as small. Perfect for a cold fall or winter supper!
This is a wonderful one dish meal. I used bone broth in place of water and add some spices at the end, as it needed a little more zip for our taste. Will make again, delicious and I loved having it all in one pan. Made for easy clean up!
The best kind of sausage to make this with his kielbasa. Follow the directions exactly and you won't have a problem with flavor or need to add anything. Make sure you use a big Dutch oven. although the cabbage does shrink down and takes up a lot of space initially. Sometimes I pre-cook the potatoes and the carrots just to get it to pre soften stage so it cooks faster. Buon appetito!