Not authentic, but great with sauerkraut. If I treat this as more like a "polish dog" than actually kielbasa, this is a great product. I love it on the grill, but also frequently cook it on my stovetop (cast iron griddle). It's really delicious with some char on it, and I'd take this over any of your other products off the grill. I always have at least one package in the freezer, because it's great for an emergency meal. I cook it in a dutch oven with sauerkraut, onions, and garlic (and sometimes add some shredded cabbage, and sometimes throw in diced apple). This is a great meal in a hurry, since I almost always have the basic ingredients on hand. It's also delicious mixed in with rice and beans. But my favorite, really is grilled as a "dog". — penandraSee All Reviews
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- Preheat gas grill to medium–low heat. (If charcoal, allow it to burn until white ash has formed on the coals.)
- Place links on grill about 7-9 inches above the heat source.
- Cook for 7-10 minutes, turning the links frequently. If possible, use tongs rather than a fork to prevent casings from puncture.
- Place links in a pan, add ½ inch of water and cover.
- Simmer on low heat for about 10 minutes, turning often.
- Remove links from package, place in microwave-safe dish.
- Add water to cover links.
- Cover dish, heat on high for 1 minute 45 seconds.
- Turn links, heat again 1 minute 45 seconds.
- Let stand for 1-2 minutes prior to serving.
For optimum freshness, keep refrigerated and use by the date stamped on package. Open packages should be consumed within 7 days, or frozen no longer than 30 days. Thaw in refrigerator or microwave.
Pork, water, salt and less than 2% of the following: corn syrup, potassium lactate, dextrose, spices, monosodium glutamate, paprika, natural flavors, sodium diacetate, dehydrated garlic, sodium erythorbate, sodium nitrite, collagen casing.