This was made on 6/25/09 for mine and SO's dinner.Since the was just the two of us,the recipe was reduced down to serve two.I used three medium sized potatoes and about 7 ounces of beef smoked sausage. And the onion was cut back to 1/3 cup, and I forgot the garlic ( next time I'll remember it ) This was a very good "comfort food " recipe. Thanks for posting and, "Keep Smiling :) "
Edible, but nothing special. Made the recipe as written and it was very bland, even with a bunch of salt and pepper.
OMG!!! This was sooooo good. Even my picky toddler loved it. Will make again!!! Thanks for posting.
Serious comfort food! I cut the servings down to 1 and used Louisiana Hot Links for the sausage. Added a handful of sharp cheddar cheese at the end and let it melt. This recipe was just what I needed on a cold and rainy night! Thanks for sharing. ***Made for Spring PAC 2012***
Easy tasty meal idea.Followed directions except added lot more garlic onion and sprinkle of season salt to bite sized cubes of potato. Took mine about 20-25 min to cook throughly. Served with french toast. Husband enjoyed, 8 yr. old didn't complain. Will make again :)
I made this pretty much exactly as written but I didn't have onions. YUM! My potatoes didn't all get done totally but that's due to my own impatience and laziness on not cutting them smaller. Plus, I broke my skillet lid so wasn't able to trap the steam with them in the "cover" phase, so any issues were my fault. They were done enough to eat and totally Delicious.
Nice for a quick dinner idea...I served it with some fried eggs and toast...=)
My sister in law made this years ago. I loved it, it was one of the dishes that inspired me to learn to cook.
I was looking for a new recipe to use up some turkey sausage I had leftover, and am so glad I found this one! This was simple, delicious, and was made with ingredients I had on hand. I imagine that this will be made frequently at my house. Thanks, MamaRebe!