Saturday, December 10, 2016

Simple Winter Vegetable Kielbasa Skillet

Winter is almost officially here, but it's been snowy and gross for a month in the Southern Tier.  My CSA farm share is over, and I've started trying to clear out the fridge and prep things before they go off for storage.

It's also that time of year where I'm grading until I die, and I'm cold, cranky, and hungry.  So I thought I'd toss together a simple skillet to pick away at all day. I used up the last of my pretty purple faux kraut I made with red cabbage.  I'm going to have to do that again!



6 oz. turnips, diced small
6 oz. daikon radish (or red radishes, either work) diced small
2 oz. red onion, diced small
6.5 oz. Hillshire Farms Turkey Kielbasa
1-2 tsp. extra virgin olive oil
1/4 cup Faux Kraut or Sauerkraut

  1. Combine turnips, radish, and onion in skillet with olive oil, just enough to brown with. If you want to kick up the flavor, try an infused oil.  I infuse mine with ghost peppers.
  2. Once it starts to tan up, add in kielbasa.
  3. Cook until tender and kielbasa has some char to it.
  4. At the very end, add in the kraut, and heat through.
Makes 2 servings, a heaping bowl, at 225 calories a serving