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post #21 of 28
The fried potatoes & bacon got me! That's how we do Kielbasa.Of course we'd add onions..
Never thought about poaching; I would have just packaged and cooked it as "fresh". Sounds like something good to try!
Gosh, another recipe to try, and the Mrs. is saying " No more sausage because the freezer is full!". (sigh)
post #22 of 28
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Originally Posted by SmokeyMose View Post

The fried potatoes & bacon got me! That's how we do Kielbasa.Of course we'd add onions..
Never thought about poaching; I would have just packaged and cooked it as "fresh". Sounds like something good to try!
Gosh, another recipe to try, and the Mrs. is saying " No more sausage because the freezer is full!". (sigh)

This is great for small batches! At least that's what I tell my bride!

Of course you could do like some others, have 3 frig/freezers in the garage! ROTF.gif
post #23 of 28
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This is great for small batches! At least that's what I tell my bride!

Of course you could do like some others, have 3 frig/freezers in the garage! ROTF.gif
I'm already eying the fridge/freezer at work. No one uses the freezer...devil.gif
post #24 of 28
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I'm already eying the fridge/freezer at work. No one uses the freezer...devil.gif

No, but they'll rob it if you stock it!
post #25 of 28
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Originally Posted by CrankyBuzzard View Post

This is great for small batches! At least that's what I tell my bride!

Of course you could do like some others, have 3 frig/freezers in the garage! ROTF.gif

Ha. I have 2 fridges and 3 freezers.
post #26 of 28
That's some good looking sausage!
post #27 of 28

When I was younger I worked at a small grocery store in the meat department. Every year around Christmas an older gentleman, who worked part time as a meat cutter would come in and make a batch of potato sausage. I have been looking for a good recipe to try. I stumbled across this thread and gave it a shot today. 

 

I am IMPRESSED! 

 

The flavor of this was better than I remember from eating it in the past. A very simple, yet delicious recipe to try. 

 

Thank you for posting!

post #28 of 28
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Originally Posted by ryansguitars View Post

When I was younger I worked at a small grocery store in the meat department. Every year around Christmas an older gentleman, who worked part time as a meat cutter would come in and make a batch of potato sausage. I have been looking for a good recipe to try. I stumbled across this thread and gave it a shot today. 

I am IMPRESSED! 

The flavor of this was better than I remember from eating it in the past. A very simple, yet delicious recipe to try. 

Thank you for posting!

Glad you liked the recipe! The original recipe I have is hand written by my "grandmother", Karin Bengtsson. We called her grandma, but she was actually a great aunt. I never knew that until I was in my teens.

I make potatis korv several times a year since we all like it so much.
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