Ingredients

How to make it

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
  • Cook kielbasa chunks as explained above, then set them aside.
  • Heat 4 tablespoons of butter over medium heat.
  • Saute onions and mushrooms until tender.
  • In a medium saucepan over high heat, boil cabbage for 15 minutes.
  • In a 9 x 13 inch greased or sprayed baking dish or casserole, combine kielbasa, onions, mushrooms, cabbage, sauerkraut, sugar, thyme, salt and pepper and mix well.
  • Dot remaining 2 tablespoons of butter on top.
  • Cover.
  • Bake in a preheated oven for 1 hour, gently stirring every 20 minutes.
  • Serves 4-6 people or you can have this as a side dish on a buffet table.

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  • cormier 4 years ago
    We used to make Kapusta all the time but in the form of a soup. Cook cabbage in vegetable stock, add cooked onions with Kielbasa, celery, carrots and couple of large potatoes and can of stewed tomatoes. Salt and pepper to taste and cook on top of stove until vegetables are soft. Serve in soup bowls with toasted bread on top covered with grated cheese. You can use any sharp cheese but cheddar is the best. Try doing it this way. Its a great winter supper. This is a polish recipe and I was told it was usually made on a Friday night. Friday was the night the fridge or cold box was cleaned out and all the vegetables that were left went into the pot. Hence Kapusta.
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  • sitbynellie 4 years ago
    Nice - my Dad was Polish and my mum used to make something like this for him. Nice memories of a delicious smell.. I will definitely make this! Thanks for the recipe!

    Susan
    PS I like caraway!
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    " It was excellent "
    chacha ate it and said...
    Growing up we always had this. We have Polish ancestry and Kapusta has been passed down from generation to generation. I agree with you, I do NOT like caraway seeds and they are never added to anything I make. Blaugh...
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    jett2whit ate it and said...
    I am part Polish and I remember my grandma's house always had a special smell when she made dishes like this. I also hate caraway seeds....Pooey!
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    juliecake ate it and said...
    I've been making this for years and years! Just gotta love it! I'm awful and use butter like your mother-in-law did. Wonderful comfort food plus my SO is Polish and needs his cabbage-kraut fix often! Thanks.......j
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    momo_55grandma ate it and said...
    great cabbage recipe love it thanks
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  • joker 6 years ago
    Reasonable people may differ. I think the caraway is essential.
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  • possumqueen 6 years ago
    I'm with you - can't stand caraway! But this recipe is a keeper!
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    " It was excellent "
    minitindel ate it and said...
    ANOTHER GREAT ONE I LOVE THIS TOO THANK YOU LOR GREAT RECIPES THERE GIRL...........
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    " It was excellent "
    chefmeow ate it and said...
    I agree with krum, who doesn't love kraut and cabbage? Yummers. I also will be making this soon, Thanks for a great post my friend. You have m 5.
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  • krumkake 6 years ago
    another one I have to try...love kraut and cabbage - very delish sounding recipe...thanks Lor!
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