How to Cook Fresh Kielbasa?

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You can cook fresh kielbasa by adding it to your spaghetti. Just peel the kielbasa, and while you are heating up your spaghetti sauce, just add your kielbasa to the pot, and let it cook until the sauce has been heated.Just make sure you chop your kielbasa into small pieces.
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Cut kielbasa in five inch chunks and brown in fry pan. Place browned kielbasa in baking pan, cover with partially drained sauerkraut, and home made dumplings. Cover with foil and bake in slow oven for 1 hour.
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1. Preheat your countertop roaster to 325 degrees Fahrenheit. If you don't have a countertop roaster, preheat your oven to the same temperature. 2. Pierce the sausage with a toothpick
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Try THIS Answer. Kielbasa is quite similar to Czech/Slovak/Bohemian sausages, and I have plenty of experience with those. You're lucky to have some to cook, because you get to choose
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Cut in 2 inch pieces. Saute in nonstick pan until browned on all sides. After browning, cover with sauerkraut and dumplings. Back in slow oven for one hour.
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In a medium-large skillet, pour in 1 bottle of beer and put at just over medium heat. While the beer's heating up, cut the lengths in thirds, then poke holes in them with a fork.
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