Sausage Potato Supper
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 25 min.
I frequently make a version of this very versatile recipe, using whatever I have on hand. I usually have German brats or Italian sausage, which I brown and then slice. Veggies vary, depending on what's in the fridge needing to be used. I often add thick-sliced onion, potatoes, cherry tomatoes, peppers, fresh string beans or asparagus, and sometimes a jar of rinsed/drained sauerkraut. I don't cook the potatoes separately. I just add a little broth or water to the pan and let it simmer, covered, until everything is cooked and tender. Quick-cooking veggies are added during the last 10 minutes. Regardless of the variation, it's always an easy, delicious one-pot meal..
Easy and good! I really liked this!
My husband who is a much better cook than me moaned with satisfaction at this meal! Like the author, I used what I had. I did cook potatoes in a bit of chicken broth mixed with water. I used yellow squash, potatoes, sweet onion, banana pepper, jalapeño pepper, roasted red pepper, fresh thyme and oregano. After potatoes boiled a while, I dumped them along with the broth into the pan with the other ingredients. It made a very nice addition to the meal. It looked and smelled amazing! Everything but the mild Italian sausage and potatoes was from my garden. Will definitely make this again.
Very easy and tasty!
This is a great and easy recipe. I did not have red potatoes, so I used russet potatoes, but I followed the recipe and it worked great. It was delicious and my husband loved it.
This is so great it is in my regular rotation, I lighten it up sometimes by using a turkey sausage. Great flavor especially by using fresh garlic instead of garlic powder or salt.
Nice combo. I always add some onion, though.
Quick and easy comfort food dinner -- the family loved it! I doubled the recipe and there were no leftovers.
It was good - nothing stellar but still a good comfort dish for really anytime of year.
Reminded me of a recipe my mother made years ago (60 or more) and she called it a depression food. Her recipe was with potatoes and hotdogs, but the idea is the same. Seems what goes around comes around with current staples. Thanks for a good meal full of good memories!