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Monday Morning Menu – Apple Kielbasa Roasted Vegetable Dinner

Roasted vegeDo you need a fresh new and easy menu for dinner?  Have lots of apples?  Then I have just the answer for your dinner.

This recipe for Apple Kielbasa Roasted Vegetable Dinner caught my eye because I had lots of delicious apples, company coming and the vegetables just needed to be roasted.

Everyone loved this Fall flavored dish.  The sage aroma filled my house and tantalized the taste buds and everyone wanted seconds.  Start to finish this recipe takes about an hour.

Here you go:

3-4 Cups Brussel Sprouts, halved

1 large red onion, cut in 1/2 inch thick rounds

1 pound of Turkey Kielbasa cut in 1/2 inch rounds

2 large potatoes, cut into 1/2-1 inch chunks

2 baking apples – chunked (I used my favorite Honey Crisps)

6 carrots, peeled and cut into 1/2 inch chunks

2 Tbsp olive oil

2 tsp dried sage

1 1/2 tsp Real or Celtic Salt

3/4 tsp pepper

Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.  Toss the vegetable chunks and apple pieces into a large mixing bowl along with the Kielbasa.  Drizzle the olive oil over the veggie mixture.  Sprinkle in the sage, salt, and pepper.  Mix well.  Transfer to 2 9 X 13 inch casserole dishes or one large cookie sheet with rimmed sides.  Arrange the mixture into one even layer and bake for 40-45 minutes or until everything starts to carmelize or brown at the edges.

I served this dinner with homemade apple sauce, crusty bread, and garden greens.

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4 comments to Monday Morning Menu – Apple Kielbasa Roasted Vegetable Dinner

  • This looks SO good Marilyn! Thanks for sharing the recipe. I really look forward to hearing you share more from your experience…you have SO much to give! Have a wonderful day!

  • Marcy

    Look lovely! I’m making it today

  • Marilyn Moll

    Marcy, I hope you saw the update to the recipe. I forgot the brussel sprouts in the emailed update. I corrected the recipe. Hope you liked it.

  • Marcy

    Dear Marilyn, This is the second time I’m making this. I did see the brussel sprouts in the photo before I made it the first time and I substituted squash. This time I put corn in it because that’s what I had on hand. Both times it was just delicious!

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