Kielbasa, Peppers, and Potato Hash

This Kielbasa, Peppers, and Potato Hash is a delicious and easy dinner recipe that takes just 20 minutes and one skillet!

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This Kielbasa, Peppers, and Potato Hash is a delicious and easy dinner recipe that takes just 20 minutes and one skillet! Full of fresh veggies and turkey kielbasa makes this dinner both nutritious and filling! | MomOnTImeout.com

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Last night was an exciting night! Bryce lost his very first tooth! There was a little bit of crying but geez was that kid excited to get a visit from the Tooth Fairy! Somehow, that made everything better :)

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I cried a few tears myself after he went to bed. My baby…lost his first tooth! So proud of him though – such a brave little guy. I took a look at his tooth shortly after swim practice and noticed that it was just barely hanging in there. All it took was brushing his teeth and a little wiggling and voila! Now he’s go this adorable little lisp…but I digress.

Let’s talk about dinner. With swim practice five nights a week, dinner is, shall we say, a little less than a gourmet affair most nights. I completely rely on my slow cooker several nights a week and the other few nights it’s quick meals like this Kielbasa, Peppers, and Potato Hash.

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I can get this meal on the table is just about 20 minutes and it’s pure comfort food. Lots of veggies and lean turkey kielbasa makes for a filling and nutritious dinner.  It also just happens to be incredibly easy.

Super easy. Like, I’ve been making this since I was 10 years old easy. My Nana taught me this one and I used to make it for my family on busy nights. I guess I still am :)

One skillet. 20 minutes. Delicious. Nutritious. What more could I ask for? I make mine in my cast iron skillet but any skillet will do. If you just happen to have some of these mini cast iron skillets, um, SO fun for serving! My boys think they’re totally a big deal when I do this.

This Kielbasa, Peppers, and Potato Hash is a delicious and easy dinner recipe that takes just 20 minutes and one skillet! Full of fresh veggies and turkey kielbasa makes this dinner both nutritious and filling! | MomOnTImeout.com

There’s not many things I like more than meat and potatoes. Especially when it looks like this.

This Kielbasa, Peppers, and Potato Hash is a delicious and easy dinner recipe that takes just 20 minutes and one skillet! Full of fresh veggies and turkey kielbasa makes this dinner both nutritious and filling! | MomOnTImeout.com

I’ve used beef kielbasa almost exclusively with this recipe until lately when I subbed in turkey kielbasa. I honestly didn’t think this dish could get any better but the turkey kielbasa is just so darn GOOD!  The boys devoured this right before swim practice and Reece asked for more when we got back home. I have a feeling that I will need to be doubling this recipe before too long the way those boys eat.

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Kielbasa, Peppers, and Potato Hash Skillet
 
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Recipe type: Entree
Serves: 4 servings
Ingredients
  • 2 tbsp extra-virgin olive oil
  • 1 tbsp unsalted butter
  • 1 lb potatoes, thinly sliced into bite-sized pieces
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 14 oz turkey kielbasa, cut into ¼" rounds
  • 1 onion, thinly sliced
  • 1 - 2 bell peppers, chopped
Instructions
  1. Heat the olive oil and butter over medium-high heat in a large skillet. Add the potatoes and season with salt and pepper.
  2. Cook until browned on one side, 6 to 7 minutes. Turn the potatoes over and cook for another 4 to 5 minutes, or until golden brown. Remove the potatoes from the skillet with a slotted spoon.
  3. If the skillet is looking dry, add another tablespoon of olive oil.
  4. Add the kielbasa and cook for 2 to 3 minutes on each side, until lightly browned.
  5. Add the onions and pepper and cook, stirring frequently, until the onions are soft and translucent and the peppers and tender. Season with salt and pepper.
  6. Stir the potatoes back in and continue cooking for another minute or two. Check seasonings and serve.

Now this is one pretty dinner!

This Kielbasa, Peppers, and Potato Hash is a delicious and easy dinner recipe that takes just 20 minutes and one skillet! Full of fresh veggies and turkey kielbasa makes this dinner both nutritious and filling! | MomOnTImeout.com

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Comments

  1. Yum! I’m all about quick and easy dinners.
    Emily recently posted..Small Batch, One Bowl, Perfect Muffins

  2. Thank you Trish for the nice recipes. Have a great Sunday!

  3. Thanks for the recipe, Trish. Wow. That’s a simple dinner that the kids will like. My daughter is not a vegetable fan, but she loves potatoes, that’s about all. This recipe sounds great.
    Lissa recently posted..Vegan Quinoa and Brown Rice Fiesta Salad

  4. this sounds SO good Trish! and yes, just wait till you have teens, Charlie literally eats me out of house and home
    heather @french press recently posted..devils food cake with raspberry buttercream frosting

  5. Congrats to him!! That’s so exciting! And I love this dinner so much. :)
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  6. Your son looks so cute with his missing tooth :) What a hearty and delicious meal!

  7. I liked this recipe, but I do not like unsalted butter, I can use it instead of sesame oil

  8. How exciting he lost his first tooth! I remember I used to be terrified to pull mine out. This hash looks so good! Perfect for a quick weeknight dinner!
    Danae @ Recipe Runner recently posted..Tips to Increase Your Running Mileage Safely

  9. Great weeknight dinner. My family would love this!

  10. This is a wonderful dish, I love the combination of flavors you’ve put together.
    Michelle @ The Complete Savorist recently posted..Sausage and Mushroom Frittata

  11. Trying this now…going to add fried egg on top!!!

  12. Great recipe… I added a bit of cheese and served eggs on top for breakfast!
    Thanks, Trish. Looking forward to trying more of your dishes.

  13. This was wonderful! My daughter-in-law normally doesn’t like bell peppers but loved them in this dish! I am making this for 2nd time this week! Thank you.

  14. I enjoyed this and will definitely make it again. Next time I’ll try it with garlic. Thank you.

  15. Just made this to get rid of some food in the fridge and also make leftovers for lunch at work. Definitely my kind of food, not too saucy or wet (no spilling! I’m clumsy) and a comfort food. Even though I already had dinner, I snuck a small bowl before putting it in the fridge. Definitely a keeper!!! Thanks so much!

  16. T. Wells says:

    Tasted good but it was pretty greasy – too much oil, I think.

  17. I’m back to rave. I’ve made this 3 times (we had a LOT of potatoes we got for free and we were sick of baked potatoes, and we host people often) and told like 8 people to make it – it’s so simple and delicious! My favorite thing to do is put it on a sunny side up egg (for a little bit of gooey and making it not dry, then have a piece of bacon and make it my breakfast. Easy to reheat to toss on the eggs in the morning, and if you make bacon ahead of time…breakfast in under 10 that’s SUPER filling and yummy. This has made it on my list of foods to keep around, and I love to cook and make simple recipes, so i’m gonna take the time to peruse your blog a bit more. Thank you thank you thank you!

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