Tuesday, April 18, 2017


4-5 medium potatoes, cut in chunks
1-2 bell peppers, cut in strips
1 kielbasa, cut in chunks
Shredded cheese (any kind, any amount)
seasoning to taste

1. Preheat oven to 450.  Layer potato chunks in bottom of a 9x13 casserole dish (or a half-size steamer pan from Sam's Club, like I did). 

2. Spread the bell pepper strips over the potatoes.  Season (I used Slap ya' Mama cajun seasoning), then spray with olive oil or cooking spray. 

3. Put the kielbasa on top of the veggies, and cover the dish with foil (or use the steamer pan lids from Sam's Club). 

4.  Bake for 40-45 minutes, then check potatoes.  If the potatoes are done, add cheese (I used Italian blend, about 1 c, and another 1/2 c chedder/colby jack) over the top, and put back for 3-5 minutes.

This was stupid-easy, and gut-bustingly good.  

No idea what to call it, besides tasty.


  1. If it works, it's NOT wrong...LOL Belly Buster is as good a name as any!

    1. I will be doing this again. Kielbasa's cheap, and so are potatoes and peppers.

  2. This recipe reminds me of an old joke: A Polish guy walks into a shop, goes up to the counter
    and orders a a pound of Kielbasa and a half pound of potato salad. The guy at the counter says
    "You're Polish aren't you. The guy says yes, how could you tell? The counterman says well sir,
    because this is a HARDWARE store!