Monday, October 4, 2010

Super Easy Kielbasa Bites

It's football season, which means you'll probably be invited to a party or two where copious amounts of food will be present. What's a girl on the MSPI diet to do? Bring something yummy she can eat!

Don't be fooled by this not-so-great picture, these little bites are delicious and only two ingredients! You might even want to make a double batch -- they will disappear incredibly fast!

Super Easy Kielbasa Bites
Source: Lauren's Kitchen (Her pics are much more tastier looking!)

1 package MSPI-friendly kielbasa sausage
12 oz. can ginger ale

Chop the kielbasa into half-inch slices. Place in a medium to large skillet and pour the ginger ale over the top. Bring to a slow boil and then simmer until brown and caramelized and all liquid is gone, stirring occasionally -- about 45 minutes to an hour.


Deanna said...

What brand of sausage do you use? It's so hard to find it MSPI friendly down here!

Andrea said...

Hi Deanna. I usually use Oscar Mayer's Turkey Smoked Sausage. But just be aware there is sodium lactate in it, which technically shouldn't be a problem for milk intolerance because it isn't a protein, but of course there are always exceptions to the rule.

Deanna said...

Thanks for the reply! I may give it a try. We've seen some eczema due to preservatives but that's been a while.