Delicious I used the caraway seeds, added more kielbasa and baked it. When I make it next time I will add more sauerkraut. Family fav.
What a wonderful combination. Thanks! It will be made again.
Delicious I didn't use the bread crumbs. I used Parmesan cheese since I didn't have Swiss. I used extra kielbasa. I baked it instead of using stove. Will definitely be making this again!
Better than I thought I put this on my weekly menu because it was quick- but I had doubts that either me or my husband would be ecstatic about this. But I was wrong! It's actually pretty tasty! I did make a few changes: I used some leftover breadcrumbs that I had kicking around instead of rye ones. I did however have some chopped up fennel kicking around from leftover thanksgiving stuffing and pan fried that up and mixed it right in- which definitely compensated. If I didn't have that fennel laying around I would have probably ground up some herbs that taste kind of like rye and tossed that in instead. Second- I used extra cheese. I probably bumped it up to about a cup. 3/4 of a cup stirred in to the mix, 1/4 sprinkled on top. I don't know if I'd sprinkle it on top again because I don't know if it really enhanced the dish- and no one wants a bunch of extra calories just for visual appeal! Also, I bumped up the amount of turkey kielbasa. I just thought 2 oz. was kind of too small? Maybe because I had the extra addition of fennel? I used half a link. Next time- maybe 1/3 of a link instead. Turkey Kielbasa was really good in this dish though- I was kind of worried because sometimes turkey products can be kind of yucky. If there are any major errors in this post I apologize- my husband is singing with the dog and it is really distracting LOL My overall thoughts- definitely weeknight worthy! Pros: Easy to make, Cheap, Seasonal Ingredients