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 one of several cooking methods. My favorite is to "steam" it, using a rack or basket holding the sausage(s) just above the boiling/simmering water in a pot or frying pan, or a regular Steamer, Western or Oriental/bamboo. It's important to keep the link whole. You might have to replenish the water supply while it cooks, but when the skin begins to pop and rupture, it's done. It also smokes up great when you're grilling or BBQ'ing other meats. They won't take long, and again, when the skin ruptures, it's done. Try not to overcook it this way. You can also slice it into short lingths and cook it with lots of things...pastas, noodles, beans or black-eye peas or gumbos (YUM for all of the above) I hope this helps you. You've already made me HONGRY! ;) :D
you should cook it for about 10-13 minutes
I have taken fresh kielbasa (or bratwurst) and sauerkraut and after the kielbasa was cooked, I added frozen perogies, nestling them in the sauerkraut, and cooked another hour..came out great
Depends, smoked Kielbasa (not frozen) can take about 15-20 minutes on a medium flame. Sometimes if the Kielbasa is really thick we slice it in half to help with the time for grilling. Raw Kielbasa (not frozen) should take longer.
Kielbasa is a fully cooked sausage. It only needs to be heated through. I usually just cook in a covered skillet with an inch or two of water until hot unless cooking with other foods, then I add it the last 15 minutes or so. Sorry but this is not accurate. I have a refrigerator full of RAW garlicky Kielbasa from the butcher. If buying prepackaged at a supermarket, maybe it is already cooed, but if you are purchasing FRESH kielbasa at the butcher shop - it is definitely not pre-cooked when purchased.
If its a tv dinner no,but if it isn't a tv dinner,yes you do put kielbasa in the oven.
Yes, you can cook with fresh cream.
Kielbasa is originally from Poland.
No, not in its uncooked state. You can, however, cook it and then freeze it.
3 hours on high for 3-4 Ibs or 6 hours on low
kielbasa is made out of pig
Yes, you can safely freeze kielbasa.
cook it idiots!
Most of the kielbasa sold in Canada or USA is smoked and needs no cooking. If you have uncooked it will say on the label and can be boiled, grilled or fried.
of course u can, you can cook with most things!!!
Kielbasa is a Polish word, meaning 'traditional polish sausage'.
Max Kielbasa was born on 1921-08-23.
Max Kielbasa died on 1980-01-12.
Uncooked kielbasa should be boiled for 30 to 30 minutes. Cooked kielbasa can just be heated in boiling water or grilled.
You can cook it many ways, boiling, frying, baking, steaming.
You can store kielbasa in the freezer for as long as 6 months. It is important to be sure that the kielbasa is sealed properly to prevent freezer burn and preserve the freshness of the meat.
You cook the fruit in a sugar syrup.
you can boil them mmm lovely.