Aunt Mim's Pickled Polish Sausage

Aunt Mim's Pickled Polish Sausage Recipe

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Pearl Florick


This recipe really does not have "correct amounts" per se. But it is a very easy and quck recipe. We love this recipe and at the holdays make large batches and present them as gifts. I hope you will try it.

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white vinegar
4 or 5
bay leaves
crushed red pepper
garlic cloves (leave them whole)


1Cut the kielbasa into chuncks (appetizer sized) and add to a clean mason jar (use a big one)
2Add in whole garlic cloves. (we love garlic so we use a lot of them and they can be eaten as well later) Use how ever many you would like to suit your taste.
3Add in 4 or 5 bay leaves and a few pinches of crushed red pepper flakes (again, to suit your taste)
4Fill the mason jar abour 3/4 full with the vinegar. Then fill the remaining 1/4 of the jar with water.
5Put the lid on and shake to blend. Keep refrigerated (they don't seem to last too long in our fridge but they are good for a couple weeks at least)

About Aunt Mim's Pickled Polish Sausage

Course/Dish: Meat Appetizers
Other Tag: Quick & Easy