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{recipe} Super Easy Baked Kielbasa with Chutney

  Monday, January 27, 2020 at 7:30 AM   |    Post a Comment     Tagged:,,, 
I posted this kielbasa and chutney dish on my Instagram a couple weeks ago and quite a few people commented/messaged saying they wanted to try making it so I thought I would post it here too!  My aunt makes this dish as an appetizer for a lot of our holiday gatherings and it's always a hit. Christian has taken a particular liking to it so I decided to surprise him with it for dinner.

On holidays we eat the kielbasa with toothpicks but for dinner I served it over rice pilaf. Easy, tasty and cheap! I made it again so Christian could take some more professional photos instead of what I shared on Instagram stories. The second time we made it for Christian's work meal preps. I made roasted broccoli and white rice with cilantro and green onions. YUM!

I wouldn't exactly call this a recipe as you only need 3 things but here's how to make it. I used a 7" Le Creuset Rectangular Baking Dish since this is a small portion but if you're making it for more than 2 people you'll want to use more kielbasa and obviously a larger baking dish.

Super Easy Kielbasa with Chutney

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 25-50 minutes
Servings: 2 or 3 depending on your appetite



1. Cut up kielbasa into bite-sized pieces.
2. Add kielbasa and half a jar of chutney to baking dish and toss to coat (you can use as much or little chutney as you'd like)
3. Bake at 375° for at least 25 minutes, longer if possible to let everything caramelize more
4. Serve with side(s) of your choice

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  1. this looks yummy although I don't think I've ever tried chutney, haha! Is it like jam?

    Hope that your week is going well! We had a relaxing day yesterday with the public holiday :)

    Away From Blue

    1. Yea, jam with a few chunks. This is the only recipe I've ever had that used chutney, haha! When I bought it in the grocery store there was only the one kind.

  2. Loved this recipe!! I made it with Trader Joe's Mango Chutney and it was delish!...And now I'm hungry LOL
    xo Annie
    New England Romance


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