Kielbasa Skillet Meal

I always have Kielbasa in my freezer for a quick meal. If I'm having a busy day or I'll be getting home late it's a sure winner! It thaws quickly and can be used in so many recipes. I sometimes pair it with sauerkraut or with cabbage...
 like in this post

This one is my own very simple recipe. ( I have no amounts listed, you can adjust to your family size)
Kielbasa or summer sausage
Olive oil
Chopped onion
Canned or cooked frozen green beans
Egg noodles
Jar of Alfredo sauce
Seasonings of your choice

See how easy it can't go wrong!
Chop the kielbasa into bite-size pieces. Add to a large skillet with one tablespoon of olive oil and chopped onion. Brown on medium heat.

Boil the egg noodles and drain.
Then add the green beans, cooked noodles, and your choice of seasonings to the skillet. Add the alfredo sauce. Stir. Cover and let everything heat through on low for a few minutes.

 Simple and filling!
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  1. Lovely comfort food, just the thing for the changing season.
    Happy Mosaic Monday.

  2. Looks delicious.

    My linky is back. Feel free to link up
    Have a safe and happy Monday


  3. Great recipe for any day of the week!

  4. I haven't made a dish like that in a long time...looks SO good! I may buy the ingredients and make it this week! Thanks for the recipe!

  5. Yummy.... it looks delicious.
    Happy MosaicMonday

  6. Suzy - you are making me hungry! Lately, we have been cooking calorie-conscious meals, and it has become a joke to say "this would be better with sausage"! Thanks for linking to Mosaic Monday with such an appetizing dish!

  7. Angie, you could always use turkey sausage! Have a great week.


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