Total TimePrep: 25 min. Bake: 45 min.
Makes2 casseroles (6 servings each)
A nice change in taste for a kielbasa dish.
I make this all the time. This is my "go-to" recipe for mashed potatoes.
Because the dish sounded delicious, I made it, exactly as the recipe said. My hubby enjoyed it, but I didn't care for the dish; couldn't figure what it was that turned me off, but it sounded much better than it turned out, in my opinion. It was't a 'keeper' for us.
Loved this! Made large batch, frozen in small foil lined casserole dishes. Once frozen, removed from dish
Absolutely fabulous recipe. We can't stop eating it...
where do the green onions fit in?
Good! Would like to try with corned beef or pastrami next time.
Absolutely delicious, hearty and filling. Only change I made to the recipe was I had only a 13-ounce package of smoked sausage (that was plenty) and I also used rigatoni pasta rather than penne as that was what I had on hand. I will definitely be making this again!
I found this tasty. The negative reviewers (“straight into the trash”? Really?) apparently didn’t give much consideration to the ingredients. It’s a casserole: if you like the ingredients you’ll like the dish. If you don’t, you won’t. Haters gotta hate.
I’ve been “shopping” in the back of my freezer, fridge and pantry during this time at home and found this recipe to accommodate some odds and ends. I halved it, but kept the same amount of sauerkraut, subbed cream of celery for cream of mushroom, used 8 slices of Swiss, and subbed chickpea rotini (I’m GF). I forgot to take out some rotini so I actually used 3 cups dry for half the recipe. My family LOVED IT!!! My 11 year-old wanted to lick the plate (or was that me?)!!! This was a winner and will go into our regular rotation. That same 11 year-old suggested that next time I dice the kielbasa so there’s some in every bite. Will do!