Get Your Fill on Game Day

This week’s Big Game recipe, the Pro Bowl Kielbasa, will fill even the hungriest stomach on game day.

Kielbasa, otherwise known as polish sausage, is a popular dish in the North and Midwest, especially on game day. With a combination of pineapple juice and brown sugar, this recipe is a fun and easy recipe for kids to provide hearty nourishment to big fans. Our recipe focuses on the cooking techniques of slicing, simmering and boiling, while constantly ensuring kitchen safety standards are upheld.

Next week, we’re rolling out the recipe for Burger Bombs, another Game Day favorite.

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Yield
• 4-8 servings

Ingredients
• 3 lbs. pre-cooked kielbasa sausage or turkey sausage
• 2 cans of chunk pineapple, with its own juice
• 1⁄4 cup brown sugar

Equipment
• Measuring cups
• Large pot
• Pastry bench or plastic knife

Directions
1) Cut kielbasa into 1⁄2 inch slices (like a thick quarter).
2) Place in a pot with the pineapple, its juice, and the brown sugar.
3) Stir and let simmer, stirring occasionally, until it comes to a boil.
4) Once it is bubbling, take it off the heat and serve. (It is even better if it is left in the refrigerator overnight and eaten the next day!)
5) This makes enough to feed 4 hungry people OR 6-8 people as a supplement to hamburgers and hot dogs.

This is a football favorite up north – ENJOY!


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