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We aren’t new to Kiolbassa Smoked Meats but let me tell you, these are ALWAYS in my refrigerator as they’ve become a staple. Kiolbassa is Honest Meat, Real Smoke, Slow Crafted. If you have family or friends over for dinner, need something amazingly delicious for your Super Bowl party or just need to eat these yourself, Kroger is the place to be. It’s time to make dinner even more delicious with these Kiolbassa Smoked Meats. Right now we have a sale price of $5.99 on these smoked meats at Kroger until February 28th.
Making their guaranteed delicious sausage begins with premium meat chopped in small batches creating their signature meaty bite. Next, they add their secret blend of fresh spices, and a natural pork casing. That’s it – never ever any hidden fillers – just honest, authentic ingredients for Kiolbassa. In the smokehouse, they use only real hickory smoke and their uncompromising slow method to craft that famous, mouthwatering Kiolbassa experience.
On those busy nights when I see fully cooked on the package, I get pretty happy. If you’re a busy parent who finds themselves short on time, something like this can be enormously helpful. All you have to do is keep it refrigerated and pull it out when you’re feeling hungry, and warm it through. And if you have small children, this allows you to prepare afterschool snacks within minutes. Slice these up with a side of cheese and your kids will never know you were in a rush.
Although you can enjoy these plain, you don’t have to. With these cooked beef sausages, you have the opportunity to let your imagination run wild. For example, many enjoy using a smoked sausage to enhance their kabobs, soups, sandwiches and more. You can also slice and dice this smoked meat and toss the pieces into your spaghetti, eggs, salad and even your pizza. These would be a great addition to your Super Bowl party table or charcuterie board and that’s my jam!
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With bbq sauce, heated in air fryer. Easy!!!
We put them on a sheet pan with potatoes, bell peppers, and onions. Sprinkle with garlic powder and italian seasoning. It’s great for breakfast or dinner.
We had them on the grill with peppers and onions. S0 Good.
In the summer we tend to cook it and just eat it when grilling out. It’s a special treat that my dad has always done for us growing up. He slices them up kind of on the thin side and they get really crispy and done. In the colder months, I cook it up and put it with rice and veggies and make a sort of jambalaya dish.
In a skillet mix! Witch cheesy rice, keilbasa, and veggies! Mmmmm.
I put cut up sausage, peppers, onion, and mushrooms on a sheet pan and bake until nice n brown. I serve with roasted potatoes and an assortment of mustards! MMMM and easy!
Grilled with onion and peppers. We will have them once the weather warms up and it’s grilling time.
Fried with pirogies and sauerkraut!
I would use them in fried potatoes and in homemade macaroni and cheese.
I would use the polish sausage with some grilled peppers and onions!
We love these for breakfast. Just sear and serve with eggs!
Grilling season is almost here! With some peppers and onions and a cold beer! #yummy 🙂
I think they’d be great just on a bun with grilled onions & green pepper.
I would eat them in a breakfast hash! Yum.
I’ll add them to a sheet of veggies to roast and get all of them all crispy and delicious.
Heated in my air fryer and wrapped in a mini naan bread!
Sausage and macaroni
I like to grill kielbasa and have it with a cheese plate while watching sports an drinking a cold brew.
I’d cook it with sauerkraut!
Fry it up with some potatoes or make a sheet pan dinner with veggies!
I make a sheet pan meal with sausage, taters,onions and peppers. YUMMY!!!
It’s great to season pinto beans a delicacy in our house
Would be great with stir fry
Mix it with Stir Fry and veggies is the way to go.
I would grill the Kiolbassa Smoked Meats and serve it with rice, peppers and onions.
I split mine down the center and fry it in a cast iron pan till the skin is bursting and a bit crispy, then serve it with a good BQ sauce. Yum!
Jo Ann Gleisner
I love the Kiolbassa sausage cooked on the grill, but I also have a good recipe to use it as Number 2.
Grilled and served with sides
Polish Sausage with rice & broccoli casserole – yum!
I will make some jambalaya with it
Sounds good with fresh veggies
We like to heat them and make sausage tortilla wraps.
I like to pan fry them with sauerkraut.
With sauerkraut and mashed potatoes
I’d eat it with rice.
Love it with fresh green beans and red skinned potatoes.
I like them fried up with cabbage.
I love to use it in the recipe “Shrimp, Sausage and Potato Stew” recipe from Big Momma’s Kitchen on facebook.
I always love keilbasa in a potato skillet meal, or in pasta.
Delicious topping on homemade pizza
I would add them in my pepper and rice.
Add to fried potatoes and onions , chop up meat, sprinkle with shredded cheese and a little desired salsa on top.
Grill them with peppers and onions!
With peppers and onions
I love Polish kielbasa and this sounds like right up my alley. Can’t wait to try it.
I’m trying a carnivore diet, these would be perfect.