Well when I’m lazy and don’t feel like spending much time cooking, this is always a good meal to make. We grill up some Tofurky Kielbasa, fry up some Hungarian hot peppers and onions, and dish out some Bubbies’ Sauerkraut. Rob likes to eat his kielbasa with bread or on a bun with mustard (usually hot mustard). I prefer mine plain and sliced, without bread or a bun. I’m also not much of a mustard fan.
Rob and my parents also like the Tofukry Beer Brats but I don’t really care for them. The Italian Sausage is ok but I rarely buy it. I tend to buy the Tofurky Kielbasa when it’s on sale at Whole Foods and freeze it until I’m ready to use it.
Bubbies’ Sauerkraut is made without sugar, vinegar, or preservatives. It might seem a little pricey but it’s worth it. In Metro Detroit, you can find Bubbies at Whole Foods and Nino Salvaggio.