How to make it

  • chop cabbage, place 1 head in the bottom of the pot
  • chop rutabega or potatoes(i use potatoes)
  • put half of them on top of the cabbage
  • slice the carrots, place half of them on the taters/rutabega
  • chop ham into bite sized pieces, place it on top of the taters/R
  • then, repeat layers again with the remaining portions of ingredients
  • slice the sausage, set aside
  • Add 3 c. of water and bring to a simmer, reduce heat to low, or if on the campfire, keep to one side of the fire(not on the fire), have fresh coals ready to place under the kettle, as this will take some time and the coals won't last forvever
  • cook and stir about 2 hours or until the potatoes are done, always maintaining at least an inch of water in the bottom to prevent scorching, add water if you have to!
  • Last- about 30 min. from being done( the potatoes will just start to be tender, check with a fork), add the sliced sausage.
  • enjoy....

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  • doubled 8 years ago
    Definitely will try this. I live in a mostly polish community and have tried alot of polish food including this one. I'm bookmarking this one. Thanks
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  • hopscotch 8 years ago
    andi, you're too funny - "cheap and rustic" - you sure know how to tickle my funny bone (laughs).

    I'll make this as a tribute to our loving memories of a dear family Polish friend.

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    " It was excellent "
    momoften ate it and said...
    Sounds good. I like this combination of ingredients, very tasty together.
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