Kielbasa Czosnkowa

8 reviews

The Santini family sure sounds Italian - and they definitely are! The other half you rarely hear about, though, is Polish. While nobody speaks the language, we do know that Kielbasa literally means sausage. Eastern Europe's love affair with garlic is pretty legendary at this point. Czosnkowa (pronounced cho-sin-KO-va) is Polish for garlic. This mainstay is a smoked sausage built around garlic, with the simple additions of Himalayan salt, black pepper and marjoram to round out the flavor. Grilled or fried, this one is one of our kids' favorites!


    1. Himalayan Sea Salt
    2. Organic Raw Sugar
    3. Organic Fennel
    4. Organic Paprika
    5. Organic Black Pepper
    6. Organic Garlic
    7. Organic Basil
    1. Sausage, pepper and onions (in a sandwich)
    2. In a red sauce
    3. On the grill!
    1. Wine: Pinot Noir
    2. Beer: Porter (Dead Reckoning)
    3. Cheese: Tallegio, Reverie

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    Kim I.
    United States United States
    Delicious Kielbasa

    My family & I enjoyed the kielbasa. It has a nice smoky flavor. I don’t think I can buy kielbasa from the supermarket anymore. This kielbasa has elevated my tastebuds.

    Jason D.
    United States United States

    It’s the best I’ve ever eaten. My family loves it.

    Kim I.
    United States United States
    Delicious Kielbasa

    Flavorful! Oh so flavorful!

    Lillia L.
    United States United States
    Never Going Back to Processed

    Seriously, I was a little apprehensive about trying a “homemade” kielbasa as I’m picky about seasonings. WOW, just WOW!!! This was so good. I will never go back to eating that over processed, super greasy stuff the grocery stores call kielbasa. Perfect amount of seasoning, just the right amount of snap when you bite into it. I was tempted to stuff myself with several.

    Peter C.
    United States United States
    Can’t get enough

    This is one of our son’s favorite meats from NMP.