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How much Kielbasa for about 30 guests?
Maureen Proffitt
04/10/12
I am having a luncheon for about 30 people. How many pounds of Kielbasa and sauerkraut should I prepare. It would be for sandwiches. I plans on making a smaller dish of hotdogs and sauerkraut for the pickier children/adults. There will be plenty of appetizers and side dishes, but this will be the main dish.
ellen
04/12/12
I would do 1 pound kielbabsa per 4-5 (1 full sausage) plus about 10% extra (the hot dogs could cover this) plus 1/4 cup sauerkraut per person.
Jane
11/12/16
How many pounds of sauerkraut for 12 people
ellen
11/12/16
For groups that don't eat lots of sauerkraut, a quart would be plenty. For people who eat plenty, or as a mainstay of the menu, double that!
Susan
04/12/17
How much Kielbasa and ham for about 25 guests?
I have 22 people coming for a typical Catholic Easter brunch. 5 are children ages 4-10. How much ham and kielbasa should I make?
ellen
04/13/17
Assuming 4 per pound, 5 pounds k, some left. 5 pounds ready to serve ham.
Lauren
07/07/17
How much Kielbasa for about 80guests?
Hi im making kielbasa and sauerkrat for my cookout inhave about 100 people of course not everyone is going to eat but lets say 60 people do.how manybpounds should i get and i plan on dicing it up
ellen
07/08/17
16-20 pounds depends on what other things served.
Linda
10/13/17
How much Kielbasa for about 100 guests?
How much sausage and sauerkraut for a hundred people there will also be chicken as the main dish
ellen
10/14/17
About 16 pounds of sausage in chunks if there is plenty of chicken. Sauerkraut, no more than 6-8 quarts
ellen
10/14/17
About 16 pounds of sausage in chunks if there is plenty of chicken. Sauerkraut, no more than 6-8 quarts
Susan
10/25/17
with beef sausage
ellen
10/26/17
??? Not clear on question? For what recipe and how many people?
Joan Tourville
12/22/17
How much polish kielbasa to feed 10 quests along w
I need to know how many lbs of Polish Kielbasa I will need to serve 10 quests along with other side dishes. Thank you.
Joan
12/22/17
How much polish kielbasa to feed 10 quests along w
I need to know how many lbs of Polish Kielbasa I will need to serve 10 quests along with other side dishes. Thank you.
ellen
12/23/17
5-6 pounds.
Ann
05/29/18
Ellen
Im serving sausage and pepper sandwiches to 75 quests at a graduation party. This will be the only protein
Will 15 lbs be sufficient
Ann
05/29/18
Ellen
Im serving sausage and pepper sandwiches to 75 quests at a graduation party. This will be the only protein
Will 15 lbs be sufficient
ellen
05/29/18
15 pounds is cutting it very close. If it were my party, I would do 20-22 pounds, maybe 25 f it was mostly teen guys.
Steven A Ozerhoski S
09/17/18
How much Kielbasa for about 150guests?
I need to make enough for about 150 people. I appreciate any help. Keilbasa and sourkraut
Mary Vendetti
09/19/18
If I’m having 100 people
If I’m having a party for 100 people and serving chicken, pit beef and Italian sasuage how much of eat meat should I serve and Im having 3 salads how many pounds should I make of each
Sue Walker
09/20/18
How much Sauerkraut for 75 guests?
Octoberfest serving German sausage so how much sauerkraut do I need?
ellen
09/23/18
Steven and Sue, happy October!

1 pound kielbasa per 3 adult eaters, 1/4 cup sauerkraut per adult eater.

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ellen
09/23/18
3 Meats for 100
Mary,

chicken,
pit beef
Italian sausage,
Beef is likely to be preferred, and I would have someone serve the first round of beef, placing both the chicken and sausage ahead on the buffet. People eat more meat when there are several choices, often some of each.

8 whole chickens in 8 pieces
5 pounds sausage, in pieces, equal weights onions and peppers
35 pounds boneless round for the pit beef, slice very thin

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