Turkey Kielbasa with Cabbage & Sweet Potatoes

Easy Monday recipe, using sweet potatoes, green cabbage, and bell pepper. Recipe courtesy  of Pillsbury (after all, who knows easy and weeknight friendly, better than our friends at Pillsbury!)

Sweet Basil Farm’s Turkey Kielbasa with Cabbage & Sweet Potatoes


1 lb. cooked, smoked turkey kielbasa or Polish sausage, cut into 6 pieces
2 medium dark-orange sweet potatoes, peeled, cut into 1-inch chunks
1/2 head green cabbage, cut into 6 wedges
1/2  bell pepper, cut into thin bite-sized strips
1/2 teaspoon dried marjoram leaves
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon coarse ground black pepper
1/2 cup ready-to-serve chicken broth with 1/3 less sodium, or water
1. Place sausage pieces in 12-inch nonstick skillet or Dutch oven. Arrange sweet potatoes, cabbage and bell pepper around sausage. Sprinkle vegetables with marjoram, salt and pepper.
2. Add broth to skillet. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat to medium-low; cover and cook 15 to 20 minutes or until vegetables are tender, stirring occasionally.

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An 1840’s General Store situated on our property, is used as our on site Farmer’s Market. The old General Store was once the central hub for a railroad community, and served many important roles in the community of Goggans, even a United States Post Office until the 1960’s. It later served a new, bigger community purpose, inspiring our Farmers Market To You program to be born. This building is registered as a Historical site, and is adjacent to the old “Doctor’s Building”, which is rumored to have served as a Courthouse, among other things. The history on our property, rich with farming and community purpose, inspired us to serve our community in a new and exciting way.

We, both David and I, have always had a passion for growing flowers and plants, rooted from wonderful Grandmothers teachings. We, like everyone began to make a more conscience effort to eat healthy and naturally grown fresh food. Since we have 80 acres, we began by adding a “small” acre and a half vegetable garden. When people began driving an hour or two, just to buy our tomatoes and cucumbers, we realized there was a real need in many communities for families like ours….and Farmers Market To You was born. We have been able to expand in to several of our neighboring communities…and touch and reach families along the way. We are able to donate food and cash to needy families, food ministries, PTA’s, churches and other vital community service organizations because of the overwhelming support from the community!

This recipe post created by Tisha Johnson Matthews, of Sweet Basil Farm & Gardens. Special thanks to J. David Matthews, of Barnesville, Georgia for support and patience with all that I try and test. To see other fantastic recipes, or to find more healthy and delicious recipes, subscribe to our blog and follow us on Social Media. To see the original recipe by Pillsbury, click here.





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