Polynesian Skillet Supper

Turkey Kielbasa is my favorite quick protein with which to cook, as of late. I threw this dinner together in minutes last night. The recipe is called Polynesian Skillet Supper and is from Taste of Home (clearly my favorite recipe source!). Into a skillet went sliced Turkey Kielbasa, chopped onion, and chunks of green pepper. I pre-chopped the veggies on the weekend, so I just had to pour them out of a storage container – easy peasy.


More goodness – canned diced tomatoes and pineapple. I also added ingredients that thickened into a thick, tangy sauce, including the juice from the pineapple can, brown sugar, beef broth, garlic powder, pepper, and cornstarch to thick.P1060361

After simmering for a few minutes – dinner was ready! I served this dish atop brown rice. It’s quite colorful and festive-looking, so maybe you can even swing it as a holiday-themed weeknight dinner?


Polynesian Skillet Supper: recipe & nutrition facts from Taste of Home.

  • Nutrition: One 1-cup serving (prepared with reduced-fat turkey sausage; calculated without rice) equals 201 calories, 7 g fat.
  • My rating: 8.2/10


Just one more day to work this week – then I get 12 days off!!

Note Currently listening to: Rebellion (Lies) – Arcade Fire.

3 thoughts on “Polynesian Skillet Supper

  1. Pingback: Top Dinner Recipes of 2011–Part II « Meg.Goes.Nom.Nom.

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