4 Reviews

Excellent! Some people may find it a little spicy. I even added some Sriracha Chile sauce. Cured my New Year's hangover. Could have even topped it with a couple eggs. I will be making this again.

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mikepr2 January 01, 2015

I made this recipe on 4/22/09 as part of mine and SO's dinner.I made this almost as written, the onions were added along with the potatoes.The potatoes didn't get as brown as I would have liked,but the recipe itself was very good.I served this with scrambled eggs and Jelly Jar Biscuits. This will be made again (but not to often, because I'll eat too much ;) ). Thanks for posting and, " Keep Smiling :) "

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Chef shapeweaver � April 23, 2009

Very good recipe! The only problem I had was that I should have added the onion when I added the potatoes as the onion needed as much cooking time as they did. I ended up having to pick out the potatoes so the onion would finish cooking. I will definitely make again though. Thanks for posting Alyss, please see my rating system.

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puppitypup December 26, 2008

This was used to make breakfast tacos along with Chuy's Hatch Green Chile Salsa. The sausage was a reduced fat sausage and healthy fat in the form of about 2 teaspoons olive oil was used to aid in the cooking process. The sausage was cooked and the onions along with fresh grated garlic was added to the skillet. The potatoes were red skin potatoes which were scrubbed and cubed. After the potatoes tested fork tender, the cheese was sprinkled over all, covered and allow to stand for a few minutes until melted. Made for *PAC Fall 2008*

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PaulaG September 20, 2008
Potatoes and Sausage Skillet Fry