Easy Sausage Dish

For years now, my family and I have been huge fans of Aidells’ sausages. And while we do love their Italian sausage and their Italian sausage with mozzarella, we tend to pass on their chicken and apple flavor. So on a recent trip to the grocery store, I went to the smoked meat section and grabbed a package of my usual Aidells’ Italian sausage. But, just as I was placing the package into my basket, another brand caught my eye.

After reviewing the various types of sausages this brand had, I stuck a package of their polish smoked sausages in my basket and headed to the check-out line. Last night, I opted out of cooking up my famiIMG_4745.JPGliar Aidells’ brand sausage for Kiolbassa brand, and boy, did I make the right decision. I can say with complete confidence that I have found a new favorite brand of sausages. Kiolbassa has made my quest for the best packaged, fully-cooked sausage, complete.

Kiolbassa offers a range of beef sausages, as well as, sausages using both pork and beef. The sausages are made using natural pork casings and do not have any nitrites (except those natural occurring in season
ings) or MSG. You can smell the smokiness of the product as soon as you open the packaging. As a huge fan of smoked sausage, the Kiolbassa brand exceeded my expectations.

So run to your local grocer and pickup a package of Kiolbassa Polish Smoked Sausage and make this delicious meal.

Sautéed Sausage and Veggies


1 package of Kiolbassa Polish Smoked Sausage, sliced

1 leek, cleaned and chopped

2 portabella mushroom caps, cut into 1 1/2 inch cubes

1 pound of asparagus, cut into bit size pieces


Place a large pan over high heat and add the sausage. Allow the sausage to heat up for thirty seconds and then add the leek. After a minute, add in the mushroom and asparagus. Cover the pan with a lid and allow the sausage and veggies to cook for three to five minutes, or until the mushroom and asparagus are fully cooked. Sprinkle on some salt and serve in bowls. This dish is best enjoyed with a glass of your favorite wine.

This dish is simple yet flavorful!

*The sausage I cooked with was fully-cooked so it only needs to be heated up to your desired temperature*



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