Mar 25

Delicious kielbasa skillet

My kids are weird. Weird in the fact that one of their very favorite meals that I make is my kielbasa and cabbage, which happens to also be one of my favorites as well except sometimes I feel the need to dress it up. So the other night I came across this skillet meal on Pinterest that caught my eye and I knew I could twist it around into a really delicious version of it with kielbasa and cabbage in mind.

Easy Kielbasa skillet dinner

Thats when I came up with this delicious kielbasa skillet that is now one of our favorite meals! The kids ate all of it and I even found myself and Chandler gathering around the pan after dinner fighting over the remnants of dinner. I hope that you give this a try (even though it doesn’t photograph well) and that your family likes it as much as mine did.

Delicious Kielbasa Skillet

3 large potatoes diced and cooked in the oven
1 large onion
1/2 green pepper
1/2 red pepper
1/2 yellow pepper
1/3 head of cabbage
4 teaspoons butter
salt and pepper (optional)

  • Chop your kielbasa into thin slices, along with your onions and peppers and combine in a skillet with your butter.
  • Begin cooking at medium while you chop your cabbage.
  • Add your cooked potatoes and your cabbage to your skillet.
  • Simmer until your cabbage is cooked and soft.
  • Salt and pepper to your liking and enjoy!


  1. Suzie@homemaker-mom

    My husband would so love that!
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  2. Ashley

    Yum! This looks yummy and filling! Thanks so much for sharing!
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  3. Cindy

    Good Evening, just came across your blog & couldn’t resist mentioning the fact your delicious picture of Kielbasa looks yummy, I also make the same thing ,but sometimes I switch it around & pre cook some of those “famous delicious pirogues” they sell in your local supermarket that comes frozen… I slice up my turkey kielbasa, with sliced onions, peppers, love the red or yellow, so much sweeter, & garlic with chopped cabbage & at the last 15 min. or so I toss in the pirogues, boy is it ever a filling delicious meal, my adult son loves it so much, but he leaves out the cabbage, not a big fan of it!
    Hope you try this version sometimes & let me know if you liked it & your kids too! Happy Cooking, Cindy

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