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Easter Kielbasy

The local "Polish Sausage" we have in the South just isn't anything like what we're used to from a good Polish Butcher. In New Jersey, every butcher makes, and smokes their own sausage, and every one's just a little bit different. It took me a while, but I've been able to find a place that will vacuum bag it, then ship it to South Carolina.

If you'll be making the Kielbasy Soup, use the chicken and beef broth. If you're not making the soup, you can just boil it in water.

  • 2 Rings Kielbasi
  • 3 Rings Kabonosy
  • 2 Rings Double Smoked Kielbasy
  • 1 Can Chicken Broth, optional
  • 1 Can Beef Broth, optional
  • Water, to cover

Kielbasy, Picture

1. Boil the kielbasy for 45-60 minutes with one can of chicken broth, one can beef broth, and just enough water to cover. Pierce with a fork during cooking to let some of the fat out. Be careful not to pierce too much because then the kielbasy will be dry.
Kielbasy, Picture

2. Set it on a plate and cover with aluminum foil to keep warm until you're ready to eat.
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Kielbasy Soup

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