Roasted Kielbasa & Vegetables
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 40 min.
I substituted Yukon gold potatoes in place of the sweet potatoes.This recipe was so easy and so tasty! I will be adding this to our family favorites list!
This healthy, hearty meal is always a hit and so easy to make.
I make this recipe often, but scale it down to serve just the two of us by using *half* of a 13 oz. package of Hillshire Farm turkey Polish sausage, 1 small sweet potato, 1 small carrot, 1 small shallot, and 1 small-medium zucchini. It couldn't be easier to make and we love it! Sometimes I omit the sausage and just roast the vegetables as a side dish - yum!
We've made this many times now and it's great!...flavorful and easy to prepare. We have found that they kids prefer if I substitute the sweet potatoes with regular ol' white potatoes. But I loved it either way!
Easy and delicious. I combined baking potatoes and sweet potatoes, and I put kielbasa in one pan and cooked chicken in the other. I sprinkled it lightly with salt, seasoned pepper, Greek seasoning, and garam masala.
Delicious! I used white potatoes instead of sweet potatoes and I also used yellow squash as well as zucchini. My favorite kind of meal, quick, easy with very little cleanup!
The potatoes and onions tasted pretty good.
We thought this was ok. For some reason, or veggies either were to mushy or not cooked enough. We liked the sweet potatoes though
This was really good! It took awhile to chop all the ingredients and roast it but it was worth it! In this recipe the meat is more of a side to the vegetables; if you want a meatier dish you could double the kielbasa. I used turkey kielbasa to make it healthier.
My boyfriend and I love making Taste of Home recipes together. We both agree that this one is our favorite!