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Honey Mustard Kielbasa and Potatoes

Honey Mustard Kielbasa and Potatoes recipe
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In the mood for hearty comfort food? This kielbasa, onion and potato dish is perfect—and easy too! Just add some white wine, honey mustard and brown sugar.
15 min
1 hr 10 min
6 servings
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I thought this was easy and great tasting.
This was very good. I would recommend using a good quality kielbasa or a different type of sausage, because the one I picked up at the grocery store tasted more like a hot dog than sausage. Still very tasty, I will definitely be making this again.
This recipe was very good. It had a nice flavor mixed with the potatoes.
My entire family loved this recipe. Even my husband who doesn't like onions. They were easy for him to pick them out. My Mom and I both really like it.
Delicious and easy. My husband is not a kielbasa or cut up potato lover, but he loved this! I did microwave the cut up potatoes for 4 minutes prior to baking, then only needed to bake everything 45 minutes. Also sprinkled with salt, pepper and garlic powder as suggested by other reviews. It's a definite keeper at my house!
I used a honey mustard marinade rather than the mustard and it turned out well. I also added a sliced red bell pepper for color. My daughter loved it!
Really good! I only had to cook it about 10 mins longer. About 20 mins in, I stirred it and then covered it with foil. Then when my timer went off at 55 min, I stirred again, covered it with foil, and left it in another 10 mins.
Very good. I used kielbasa made by a local Pork Shop, which is more sausage-like than what the grocery stores carry. I also used a mixture of mustards that I had on hand. We enjoyed it.
Everyone in my family loved this recipe, even my 7 and 9-year-olds. Easy to make and delicious. I used turkey kielbasa and substituted chicken broth for the white wine. We will definitely have this again many times!
This was really easy and really good, I used beer instead of wine and added course sea salt, pepper and garlic powder. I also used a light kielbasa to make it a bit more healthy. My kids loved it!!
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