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what would you do with a keilbasa sausage?

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TinyBit Wed 24-Jun-15 21:02:36

My granddad was Czech and I can remember having this kind of smoked sausage in a potato salad or just with dry bread and mustard.

Anyone got any other suggestions?

Oh, and keep it clean eh? grin

CarbeDiem Wed 24-Jun-15 21:10:50

Make home made beans (buy the dry ones) and fry the kielbasa and add to the beans as they cook.

It goes well with any tomato base/sauce especially if you let it stew for a while - the flavours really come out.
My favourite thing for it is to make Bigos (Polish hunters stew) with cabbage and sauerkraut - I'll bet there's a Czech version of it.

RattleAndRoll Wed 24-Jun-15 21:17:56

Don't let your child eat it in a mother and toddler yoga class

TinyBit Wed 24-Jun-15 21:24:29

you mean like Boston baked beans type thing?

<googling Bigos> sounds good! i bloody love cabbage and pickled stuff

TinyBit Wed 24-Jun-15 21:25:28

grin RattleAndRoll I'd rather eat keilbasa than do yoga to!

CarbeDiem Mon 29-Jun-15 00:16:51

Sorry for coming back so late, I've not been on for days.

The beans recipe I follow is Polish and called Fasolka po bretonsku - which translates into Czech as - Pecene fazole (according to Google)
They both have many similar dishes it wouldn't suprise me if the Czech version is the same/very close to the Polish.
I love it served on toast or just dunking fresh bread in.

Nabuma Mon 29-Jun-15 00:22:18

Bigos is lush! Could you fry it with onions, peppers and add rice, tinned tomatoes garlic and paprika/spices/chilli for a different take on a jambalaya?

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