Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Kielbasa & Cabbage

This is one of my husband's favorite meals. It is very easy to make and is great for a busy day.

Kielbasa & Cabbage

First, get the following ingredients ready:

6-8 peeled potatoes, cut into bite size chunks
1 bag of baby carrots or about 6 large carrots, peeled
1 medium onion, peeled and cut into chunks

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Slice 1 head of cabbage into thin wedges.
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Take 2 lbs. of kielbasa and cut into small pieces.
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Mix everything together in a crockpot and then fill the crock about 1/2 full with water.
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Turn the crockpot on high and cook for 5-6 hours. After about 2 hours, once the cabbage has cooked down a bit, add salt and pepper to taste.

It turns out perfect every time.
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Enjoy!

9 comments:

  1. Oh that looks good!! We'll have to put that on this weeks grocery list...Kielbasa is one of Dallas' favorite things :)

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  2. Ooh, hadn't heard of this before!

    Love your new blog theme! Pretty!

    Love, Tina :)

    (thanks for all your encouragement and kind words...I really appreciate it xx)

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  3. I think my husband would enjoy this one too ~ it looks yummy! Thanks for sharing it, some new menu inspiration is always helpful! :)
    Yes, your lilac theme is pretty! We planted a lilac bush a couple of years ago and my husband had me come outside yesterday and showed me the first blooms ~ I am so excited as I love lilacs too!
    Blessings,

    Sharon

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  4. Oh that looks good I will have to give it a try!! I am trying to use my crockpot more so this will be a perfect recipe to try!!
    I love your new blog page it feels like spriwendyng!! Be Blessed my friend!!~

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  5. Looks Yummy, Terri! Also looks like an easy meal to fix. That's what I'm looking for. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. Hi, first time here. I love your blog background; it's so pretty. And this recipe ... I think I could do it! I'm interested in your ministry and church plant. I have friends who are planting in Ft. Collins, CO. I work in a large youth ministry in Indiana.

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  7. Linda,

    Welcome! I'm glad you found my blog and thank you for the kind comments. I hope you'll come back again!

    Terri

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  8. Terri, I have got to get on your page more often! This looks sooooo delish! I mean, really, I don't even have to bother buying cookbooks anymore when I can just pull up these great recipes off of your blog! I can't wait to try this! Thanks so much for including the pics too, that's really helpful for me anyway! Thanks for setting such a great example of the Proverbs 31 woman! Love ya!

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  9. I check in every once in a while and I had to come back just for this recipe! I'm not a huge cabbage lover, but you made this dish look so delicious! I'll have to make it on a night my hubby isn't working! Thank you!

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