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Two Ingredient Crock Pot Kielbasa Bites

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Two Ingredient Crock Pot Kielbasa Bites

Two Ingredients? Crock Pot? Kielbasa bites? This can’t be for real…is this for real?

Yup. It’s for real.

That is seriously all it takes to make this Laferriere family, no frills, seriously snacky, staple appetizer. Staple because there legitimately is not a family get together that this is not served. It is so American-French Canadian, it is glorious. ‘Emotional food heaven’ that carries the laughter of family get togethers with each bite.

Two Ingredient Crock Pot Kielbasa Bites

Football = Snacks

Totally not going to lie, not even a little bit. Football? I am solely there for the food.

Having given it a solid effort to understand and appreciate the game, I am hanging up my hat. There’s just no spark. Baseball? Positively my favorite….the most boring game is my favorite. (I quietly wonder what that say about me.)  I’m down with hockey, basketball, and the sounds of a cheering crowd in a far away soccer stadium are a Sunday morning tradition in this family. But American football is just not my thing.

Is it your thing? I love you. I want to be you. It looks like so much fun. Have fun for me, please?

What is my thing? Snacks.

Two Ingredient Crock Pot Kielbasa Bites

Comfort food, picky, dippable, not always healthy, usually gooey snacks. They’re good to make and even easier to eat. So while there are touchdowns and field goals going on, I’ll be at the buffet. Come join me, I will show you where they’re hiding all the good stuff.

Tradition is delicious

There are a handful of dishes that are always at our family gatherings. We are creatures of habit. Tourtiere (pork pie), my mom’s Asian-style Coleslaw, and Kielbasa bites. Or “kielbasi” as my mother-in-law calls it, which I adore.

Two Ingredient Crock Pot Kielbasa BitesEven if you grew up in a culinarily challenged family, everyone has their go to dish. This, is ours. Even better? There are only two ingredients. And you can pretty much set it and [almost completely] forget it. Let me introduce Kielbasa bites. It’s a little bit Polish with an Asian flair, made by French Canadian transplants in New England.

Confused? Don’t be. Just let it happen.

Slice up your kielbasa 1/4″ to 1/2″ slices. You don’t want it super thin, but thin enough it will get just a little crispy in the slow cooker. Throw the kielbasa and one jar of Ah-So sauce in a slow cooker. Cook for three hours.

Two Ingredient Crock Pot Kielbasa Bites

Hey! You’re done. Go watch the game. Go eat snacks. Do both or do either.

Everyone’s taste buds win.

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Two Ingredient Crock Pot Kielbasa Bites

Two Ingredient Crock Pot Kielbasa Bites


  • Author: Lauren
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Cook Time: 180 minutes
  • Total Time: 185 minutes
  • Yield: 0 people 1x

Description

Chinese style Ah-So sauce brings garlicky sweet flavor to slightly smokey Polish kielbasa.


Ingredients

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  • 2 1-lb package Polish Kielbasa (Recommended Brand: Hillshire Farm)
  • 1 11-oz jar Ah-So Chinese Style Sauce

Instructions

  1. Slice kielbasa into 1/4″ to 1/2″ rounds.
  2. Add kielbasa and Ah-So sauce to crock pot.  Stir to coat kielbasa with sauce.
  3. Cook on high for three hours, stirring once an hour.
  • Category: Appetizer
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Kim Rockwell

Monday 16th of October 2017

I love kielbasa and I love Ah-so sauce but I've never combined the two. Definitely going to try this!

Lauren

Monday 16th of October 2017

Hope you love it as much as we do!

Cait Weingartner

Tuesday 24th of January 2017

This looks so tasty! I love making things in the crock pot, and this looks like the perfect snack to eat while watching the game or having a Netflix binge!

Carmen Baguio

Monday 23rd of January 2017

I've made them with grape jelly and barbecue sauce in a crock pot. I'll have to give this a try!

Cristina

Monday 23rd of January 2017

Oh, my God, I'm so confused. What is Kielbasa?! Never heard of it, even though I live quite close to Poland

Lauren

Monday 23rd of January 2017

The easiest explanation is that it's a Polish-style smoked sausage. Very different in flavor from italian style sausage and it comes cured - well the brands available here are. Hope that helps! It's delicious grilled as well!

Sarah Ricker

Monday 23rd of January 2017

Yum! Any time we have done Kielbasa, we usually do brown sugar and mustard but this looks amazing and SO simple! I have totally been craving Kielbasa since I found out I was pregnant-only five more months to go until I can have it again!

Lauren

Monday 23rd of January 2017

Congrats Sarah! It will be worth the wait! :)