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Cabbage and Kielbasa

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    Cabbage and Kielbasa

    My husband loves this, especially when he's been working outside on a cold day.

    1 large head cabbage, cut into bite-sized pieces
    1 yellow onion, quartered and sliced
    2 cloves garlic, minced
    2 1-pound kielbasa (or similar), sliced into coins
    8-ish cups liquid
    chicken bouillon to taste if any part of your liquid is water
    black pepper to taste
    cayenne to taste (I use about a teaspoon)

    Throw everything into a soup pot and bring to a boil. Reduce to a simmer and cook until the vegetables are tender. Serve with rice.

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    I bet a beer or 3 would go good with this dish!

    Matter of fact, I'd replace the water with beer to cook it in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post
    I bet a beer or 3 would go good with this dish!

    Matter of fact, I'd replace the water with beer to cook it in.
    I'm sure that would be tasty, but I can't afford the carbs in beer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulag1955 View Post
    I'm sure that would be tasty, but I can't afford the carbs in beer.
    If I were just an old redneck I'd probably say something uncouth and mean like;

    "Reduce the number of Bon bon's that you're cramming into your pie hole during the week, get a treadmill and lighten up with a few brewski's every now and again."..

    But I'm not that kinda guy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post
    If I were just an old redneck I'd probably say something uncouth and mean like;

    "Reduce the number of Bon bon's that you're cramming into your pie hole during the week, get a treadmill and lighten up with a few brewski's every now and again."..

    But I'm not that kinda guy!
    Oh, I actually don't eat sugar either. And I do lighten up with the brewskis, but only occasionally, because I don't want to look like this:

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    Looks real tasty.

    My Polish grandmother always had taters and carrots with the keilbasa and cabbage And some strong horseraddish and brown mustard
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad Trapper View Post
    Looks real tasty.

    My Polish grandmother always had taters and carrots with the keilbasa and cabbage And some strong horseraddish and brown mustard
    I sound like a broken record, but I can't afford the carbs in taters and carrots. I think about adding carrots, though, every time I make it.

    My husband was practically weaned on jalapenos so we like our food hot, but neither one of us particularly cares for horseradish. We like it mixed with sour cream (to cut it) when we do prime rib, but other than that, we just never use it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulag1955 View Post
    My husband loves this, especially when he's been working outside on a cold day.

    1 large head cabbage, cut into bite-sized pieces
    1 yellow onion, quartered and sliced
    2 cloves garlic, minced
    2 1-pound kielbasa (or similar), sliced into coins
    8-ish cups liquid
    chicken bouillon to taste if any part of your liquid is water
    black pepper to taste
    cayenne to taste (I use about a teaspoon)

    Throw everything into a soup pot and bring to a boil. Reduce to a simmer and cook until the vegetables are tender. Serve with rice.

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    Fine effort on that Sir. Thanks. Kielbasa is a Pollock Word meaning sausage if any peckerwoods around here dont know that. Its typically large diameter..uncured and bland mainly flavored by garlic. Sorta like fat Braturst a little. If a person throws a bit of cure and some spices in it and can morph into a Januine Texas Hotlink. lol.
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    My wife hates boiled cabbage.
    But, keilbasa and sauerkraut is OK with her. And we have that, or brats and sauerkraut on a regular basis. Or, even Nathan hotdogs and sauerkraut.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rice paddy daddy View Post
    My wife hates boiled cabbage.
    But, keilbasa and sauerkraut is OK with her. And we have that, or brats and sauerkraut on a regular basis. Or, even Nathan hotdogs and sauerkraut.
    What are Nathan hot dogs?

 

 
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