Thursday, April 26, 2012

Spicy Kielbasa, Tomato and Chili Curry

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 I know... I know... ANOTHER kielbasa dish!  I have really enjoyed working with this ingredient and playing around with it's versatility.  Actually to tell you the truth, this was not even supposed to be a recipe I was going to do for the blog.  I was just cooking something quick to give my husband a "meat" dish to eat with the rice and vegetables curries (Mild Potato Curry and Okra Curry) we had as leftovers.  Since the kielbasa is already precooked I just needed to brown it and and add some spices to it.  When I started to slice the kielbasa I realized that this dish may intrigue some of you so I grabbed my camera. The entire dish took only a few minutes at the stove to make and I winged it when it came to the ingredients.  Since it tasted fantastic, I was so happy that I decided to take the pictures of the step by step process so I could share it.  It complimented our rice and curry meal perfectly, but it would go great with naan, roti, bread, noodles... almost anything. If you like kielbasa and love spicy dishes this one is a winner.


Ingredients:
1lb of you favorite Kielbasa
1 medium onion chopped
2-3 green chilies chopped
1 Tbs of ginger-garlic-paste or 1/2 Tbs each
2 cups of grape tomatoes (I don't recommend using canned tomatoes)
1/2 tsp turmeric
red chili flakes to taste
1 tsp of paprika
salt and black pepper to taste
1 tsp of canola oil
 
Directions:
Slice your kielbasa into 1/2 inch slices and chop onions and chilies.   Heat canola oil in frying pan and add the onions and chilies to brown for  2-3 minutes.  Then add the kielbasa and cook for another 2-3 minutes to brown.  Next add the turmeric, chili, ginger and garlic.  Allow all ingredients to cook for 2-3 minutes.

Then add the grape tomatoes and paprika.  Fry for 2-3 minutes until the tomatoes start to pop and some of their juices come out to flavor the dish. Season with salt and pepper as needed.  Eat with rice, noodles, bread.  Enjoy.
 

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12 comments:

  1. I love kielbasa, and all the ingredients in this dish seem to blend perfectly, awesome idea!

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  2. You know I love this, right? What a cool idea to use kielbasa :)

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  3. Looks so flavorful and spicy which I like ,,,YuM :)
    Ridwan

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  4. Fantastic Ramona! The thing I think I love most about your recipes is that they come together so quickly...which is really great for a weeknight! And look at you...just grabbing your camera to photograph this. I could grab my camera...but then it would take me an hour to figure it all out again! : )

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  5. I love stir fry dish - my son is into sasuages lately (have no idea why because we didn't really eat sausages before) and with less spice I hope to make something similar!

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  6. We love spicey food. Your recipe looks fabulous. :-)

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  7. Now this is my kind of meal! I just want to grab a fork and start eating!!! I WILL be making this for supper Sunday night! The only thing I'm missing is the Kielbasa, but there's a sausage shop a mile away! This dish is perfect and your pictures are delicious! You have a wonderful weekend my friend and thanks for sharing this awesome dish!

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  8. My boy love sausages and this is right up their alley. It looks really tasty with the addition of the spices.

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  9. I love your keilbasa recipes....unfortunately I can't find it anymore (not even turkey!!!) oh well, I have a bunch of recipes though for when I do and I hoard every package I see :)

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  10. Made this for supper tonight. Thumbs up from both me and Bobby! It's a keeper! Didn't change a thing in the recipe.

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  11. A quick stir fry is just of ingredients in your pantry is just what makes for an incredible mid week meal. :)

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