Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Orange Kielbasa in the crock

In case you can't tell from recent food preps and recipes, I'm cleaning out my freezer. I had kielbasa in there, so I dredged up this old favorite recipe from Michelle. Served over brown rice with a side of broccoli, this is a down and dirty meal. I like it. That's saying a lot, because I might be one of the only working women on the planet who doesn't like to throw a bunch of crap into the crock pot to ensure dinner is ready when I get home.

Orange Kielbasa

by Life According to Steph
Prep Time: 10
Cook Time: 1
Keywords: crock pot
Ingredients
  • 2TBS orange marmalade
  • 2.5TBS brown sugar
  • 3TBS orange juice or sunny D
  • 3TBS ketchup
  • 1 lb kielbasa (turkey okay!)
Instructions
Cut kielbasa into one inch pieces. Put everything into the crockpot and mix well.
Cook on high for 1.5 hours.
Can be doubled/tripled/etc and used as an app for gatherings or served over rice with a side of broccoli for a meal.
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27 comments:

  1. This sounds so good! I never bust my crockpot out during the week, only weekends. Weird. Love the Haiku, Tuesday are worse than Mondays.

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  2. SUPPORT to any yummy crockpot recipe! i love keilbasa so this one is going to be bookmarked for sure!

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  3. This would be great party food. I love kielbasa. It's a staple at our bbqs and gatherings. Thanks for the recipe!

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  4. You had me at crock pot ;-)

    This looks delish, I have some turkey kielbasa sitting in the fridge. I'm definitely going to have to try this out!

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  5. In the crock. Love it.

    I am all about the the fix it and forget it method of cooking especially at 7pm when I don't have someone asking me what is for dinner ;-)

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  6. This is seriously one of my favorite ways to serve kielbasa!! xo, Biana - BlovedBoston

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  7. Kielbasa is good
    I like mine with pineapple
    but I prefer pork.

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  8. Love this! Will definitely try. Since I am Polish kielbasa is one of my major food groups:)

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  9. Steve would love to eat
    Your orange meat recipe
    But none for me, please.

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  10. That haiku is one of your finest.

    Scott would love this and it's a good practice night meal. Quick, easy, and something we'd all eat. I never used the crock pot much when I worked. I knew women who would bring theirs to work and cook their dinner in the crock pot in their office. Efficient. But odd.

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  11. Your brother just discovered kielbasa. Just slices it down. I would have to taste in the orange sauce before making it.
    Love the haiku, as always. I have a hard time not rhyming.
    Safe travels
    extra angels and lights
    I haven't fallen yet-jinx

    Love, Your Momma

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  12. My husband would love this for sure. Kielbasa is a staple at any of his family's parties. I wish he would eat brown rice but I guess I could get those little minute rice cups and make him white rice. Thanks for the new recipe!

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  13. I have never heard of kielbasa...but I am sold because of how easy this one is! Ha! Sounds delish too...thanks for sharing your kitchen crafts!! :)

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  14. An interested blend of flavors that I'm sure came together just great! Would have never thought to use orange marmalade. Thanks for sharing!

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  15. I would never have thought to mix orange and kielbasa! That's so fresh!

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  16. Yum, kielbasa is one of our favorites and that orange sauce sounds great. I'd love it over white rice!

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  17. I feel like I would like this since I'm a kielbasa fan but not sure about the orangey flavor. Recipes that are super big on citrus flavors don't do it for me that much, is the orange overwhelming. I love how with the rice and broccoli it's like a polish version of chinese food ha.

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  18. i am not super big on the crock pot either!! i like the convenience, but i feel like it's very limited for us, especially gluten free or vegetarian meals. i have never had kielbasa! it looks amazing though. yum.

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  19. I am so terrible at using my crock pot. I really should but I don't.

    I have never had kielbasa, sounds good!!

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  20. I love kielbasa! This sounds yummy.

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  21. Growing up in PA, kielbasa was one of those staples. They always had to force me to eat it, but I always thought it smelled really good when my mom would brown it in a frying pan.

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  22. This looks awesome! I'm a huge fan of kielbasa, and I'm one of those working women who loves her crockpot. I think the sauce would be great with chicken as well (I'm imagining that it tastes a lot like the orange chicken I sometimes order from Chinese restaurants). I'll definitely have to give this a try!

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  23. I have never heard of this ever but this looks yummy!

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  24. Sounds yummy & easy- my favorite kind of meals. I always love those sausages.

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  25. sounds delicious and easy, just how I like em

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  26. Bahahha... I was just about to say: ANOTHER CROCK POT RECIPE FROM THE ONE BITCH WHO DOESN'T LOVE CROCK POT MEALS?! lol ;)

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