Cider Roasted Kielbasa and Potatoes

Cider Roasted Kielbasa and Potatoes
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I need to share one of our favorite supper recipes with you. Cider Roasted Kielbasa and Potatoes is perfect when it’s cold and you need to be filled up, but it’s also perfect because it’s ridiculous easy.

Like, so easy I’m probably breaking some code by letting you in on this secret.

But I love you, and you’re awesome, and you deserve to know about the awesome tastiness of this food.

Now don’t get me wrong, I love Cider Roasted Kielbasa and Potatoes because it’s super tasty but also because it’s super simple. After the kielbasa and potatoes are cut up, it’s literally a mix, dump, bake sort of supper.

But it seems fancy because, you know, Cider Roasted and all.

(Scroll to the bottom for a printable version of this recipe!)

Ingredients for Cider Roasted Kielbasa and Potatoes

Kielbasa—or any other kind of ring/loop sausage that is smoked/fully cooked—cut into bite sized pieces

(Or, if you’re super awesome like Quinn from Reformation Acres, you can just go ahead and make your own kielbasa!)

5-7 potatoes with their skin on,  washed and cut into bite sized pieces

1 envelope dry onion soup mix

1/4 cup oil

Apple cider vinegar (1/2 cup or to taste)

Garlic (to taste)

Cider Roasted Kielbasa and Potatoes is the perfect meal when it's cold and you need something yummy -- and simple -- to fill up your belly.

How to Make Cider Roasted Kielbasa and Potatoes

Cut the kielbasa (or sausage) and the potatoes into bite sized pieces. Smaller is better, especially with the potatoes, to make sure they cook all the way through.

Place the kielbasa, potatoes, and all other ingredients in a large bowl. Mix thoroughly.

Cider Roasted Kielbasa and Potatoes is the perfect meal when it's cold and you need something yummy -- and simple -- to fill up your belly.

Pour everything into a 9×13 pan.

My suggestion is to use stoneware if you have it. Because, awesomeness.

Cider Roasted Kielbasa and Potatoes is the perfect meal when it's cold and you need something yummy -- and simple -- to fill up your belly.

Cover the pan and bake this for 1 hour in a 425 degree oven.

Your house will smell amazing while this is doing its roasty-toasty thing. And the aroma will bring your oldest son out from his room, and down the stairs to ask, “Are you making that kielbasa potato thing for supper?”

And you will nod.

And he will say, “Yaaaaaaaaaaassssssss.”

(Which is a good thing.)

And then you will serve it up in something fancy, like your great-grandma’s china because, Cider Roasted.

Cider Roasted Kielbasa and Potatoes is the perfect meal when it's cold and you need something yummy -- and simple -- to fill up your belly.

It’s so good, y’all. I hope you enjoy as much as we do.

Cider Roasted Kielbasa and Potatoes is the perfect meal when it's cold and you need something yummy -- and simple -- to fill up your belly.

Cider Roasted Kielbasa and Potatoes is the perfect meal when it's cold and you need something yummy -- and simple -- to fill up your belly.
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Cider Roasted Kielbasa and Potatoes

Delicious and simple, this is a perfect meal for a cold night!

Ingredients

  • 1 ring kielbasa cut into bite sized pieces
  • 5-7 potatoes, skin on cut into bite sized pieces
  • 1 envelope dry onion soup mix
  • 1/4 cup oil
  • garlic (to taste)
  • 1/2 cup apple cider vinegar (or to taste)

Instructions

1. Mix all ingredients in large bowl until well combined.

2. Pour into 9x13 pan/stone.

3. Cover and bake at 425 for 1 hour.

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