Kielbasa Green Beans Potatoes come together to make a wonderful, hearty and comforting meal that cooks in less than 30 minutes, making it perfect for busy nights.
Delicious Kielbasa Green Beans Potatoes is one of those meals that you toss everything in one pot in stages, making the clean-up super easy to accomplish! You will be in and out of the kitchen in no time!
This recipe for Kielbasa Green Beans Potatoes is made from very few ingredients, and you can always find them at your local market at any given time. This is awesome because you can make this rustic creation all year long by using some suggestions in the blog post for ingredients.
Be sure to look for the variations and tips to follow below. Trust me, they are an essential part of this recipe and will only help you in the long run. I know some of you are “Just get to the recipe followers” However, most often, if you took a random scroll through the blog post, you would have the answers to 98% of your questions.
Specific amounts, directions, and nutritional info will be listed on the recipe card where you can easily print to save for a later date. All tips, tricks, and other information can be found in the blog post should you need additional information on the recipe.
I bet you are wondering what you need to get started on making this recipe? I have listed the equipment and ingredients required below for your convenience.
Equipment needed for the Kielbasa Green Beans Potatoes
Sharp kitchen knife to slice the veggies and kielbasa
Cutting board to slice the kielbasa and veggies on
Measuring spoons (optional) to measure spices if needed
Dutch oven with a tight-fitting lid to cook Kielbasa Green Beans Potatoes on the stovetop
Serving dish (optional) you can serve directly from Dutch oven
Serving Spoon to serve the Kielbasa Green Beans Potatoes
Ingredients for Kielbasa Green Beans Potatoes
Organic olive oil will be combined with a pat of butter once the Dutch oven heats appropriately.
Unsalted butter– to add to the olive oil once heated.
Large sweet onion– if you want, you can use a yellow onion if you prefer a more robust onion flavor.
Cloves of garlic– do not use garlic powder or minced garlic in a jar.
Kosher salt to saute the sweet onion and garlic.
Freshly ground black pepper to season the recipe.
Organic Stewed tomatoes- If need be, you can substitute the Organic Stewed tomatoes with a quality brand of non-organic stewed tomatoes
Low sodium chicken broth– to add to the Dutch Oven while cooking
New potatoes or two-bite potatoes
Organic fresh thin green beans- May sub with organic frozen green beans in the offseason.
Beef Kielbasa or smoked sausage – see the recipe card for the amount needed to feed your family, as the amount can be easily adjusted.
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Kielbasa Green Beans Potatoes
- Sharp kitchen knife to slice the veggies and kielbasa
- Cutting board to slice the kielbasa and veggies on
- Measuring spoons (optional) to measure spices if needed
- Dutch oven with a tight-fitting lid to cook Kielbasa Green Beans Potatoes on the stovetop
- Serving dish (optional) you can serve directly from Dutch oven
- Serving Spoon to serve the Kielbasa Green Beans Potatoes
- 2 tablespoons olive oil organic preferred
- 1 tablespoon unsalted butter
- 1 large sweet onion may sub with yellow, chopped
- 3 cloves garlic
- ½ teaspoon Kosher salt or to own taste
- black pepper to own taste
- 1½ cups Low sodium chicken broth
- 1-14- ounce can stewed tomatoes
- 1 pound green beans organic fresh
- 1½ pounds new potatoes
- 1 pound Kielbasa sliced, may sub with smoked sausage
- Add olive oil and butter to a heated Dutch oven over medium heat. Heat oil, add chopped sweet onion (may sub with chopped yellow onion)—season with Kosher salt and ground black pepper. Saute the onion until slightly softened, then add garlic cook another 2 minutes.
- Next, add stewed tomatoes, low sodium chicken broth, new potatoes, green beans, and sliced kielbasa to the Dutch oven. Reduce the heat to medium-low and cook for about 25 minutes, or the potatoes are done.
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