This Polish spaghetti with sausage and tomato sauce is the perfect dinner for movie nights or date nights! Reminiscent of the flavors of Italian pasta, it also features kielbasa and sweet paprika powder.
You don’t have to be Italian to love Italian pasta or spaghetti. Every human being in almost every corner of the world loves eating Italian food!
And of course, every culture has assimilated the recipe in different ways to suit it to their local tastes. So have we Poles!
Can I say that Polish spaghetti tastes better than Italian spaghetti? Maybe not. But I can say that Polish spaghetti is just as amazing!
Ingredients You Need To Make Polish Spaghetti
To make this Polish spaghetti, all you need is sausage, tomato puree, spaghetti, cheese, garlic powder, sweet paprika powder, and salt.
Even though I love Polish food, I prefer cooking with Italian pasta. I always use Barilla.
Also, in Poland, people usually buy a block of cheese, then grate them by themselves. You can use any cheese you prefer, but Parmesan gives the best flavor! I also prefer to use a thicker grater, so that the cheese doesn’t coagulate.
How To Make Mouth-Watering Polish Spaghetti
Making this Polish spaghetti with fried sausages meal is easier than you think. Simply cook the spaghetti in the amount of water mentioned on the packet.
While the spaghetti is cooking, dice the sausage and fry in another pan. Place it on a plate, and cook the tomato paste with spices in the same pan.
Place the cooked pasta on plates and ladle some hot tomato sauce on top. Top this with fried kielbasa sausage and cheese and enjoy!
Tips For Making Polish Spaghetti Perfectly!
- I prefer to use Barilla, but if you can’t find it, you can use any other Italian spaghetti you like.
- You can use any tomato sauce you want.
- Add minced onions to the sauce for a sweeter taste.
- Add grated cheese to the tomato sauce to make it richer and creamier.
- Kielbasa sausage may be replaced with minced meat.
- Serve with sliced tomatoes, dill pickles, or crunchy bread.
- Sprinkle with olive oil or canola oil before serving!
FAQs About Making Polish Spaghetti Recipe
What Other Similar Recipes Can I Make?
I Can’t Find Kielbasa. Which Other Sausage Can I Use?
Can I Make This Spaghetti Recipe More Spicy?
If you want the Polish spaghetti to become spicier, add more sweet paprika powder to the dish.
How To Make This Recipe Vegetarian?
To make this recipe vegetarian, skip the sausage and add your choice of veggies to this dish while cooking the tomato puree:
- chopped bell peppers or zucchini
- boiled spinach, broccoli, or mushrooms
- fresh basil leaves
- diced onions
How To Store Leftover Polish Spaghetti?
Transfer the leftover Polish spaghetti to an airtight container and store it in the refrigerator for 3 to 4 days. If storing in the same pot, cover with a lid.
Reheat the Polish spaghetti and sausage for a few minutes in the microwave or frying pan before serving.
Polish Spaghetti Recipe
- 9 oz of sausage (kiełbasa)
- 3 cups of tomato passata/puree
- 1 package of spaghetti pasta (preferably Barilla)
- 6 oz of grated cheese
- 1 tbsp of granulated garlic/ garlic powder
- 1 tbsp of salt
- 1 tbsp of sweet paprika powder
- Cook the pasta following the instruction on the package.
- Dice the sausage and fry it in the pan.
- Cook the tomato puree then season it with garlic, salt, and sweet paprika powder.
- Place the cooked pasta on the plates, then pour the sauce onto it.
- Top with fried sausage and sprinkle with cheese. Serve warm.
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Amount Per Serving: Calories: 459Total Fat: 33gSaturated Fat: 14gTrans Fat: 1gUnsaturated Fat: 14gCholesterol: 81mgSodium: 2560mgCarbohydrates: 21gFiber: 3gSugar: 5gProtein: 21g
These data are indicative and calculated by Nutritionix
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