I love this recipe. I have made it several times, and came back to this page to reprint it. I even joined food.com just to write this review!
I would suggest adding some salt. Other than that, I make it just as it was written.
Prepared to posted recipe, using Jimmy Dean's original sausage. DH is not oerly fond of "1 pot meals", but I enjoy a combination of flavors as well as easy clean-up. This was very tasty, and there is plenty left for another meal. Did skimp on the red pepper flakes, but had some zing. Thanks for posting, blondegreen
Thank You for such a wonderful and easy recipe!!! I love it. I used navy beans. Everything went together just have you have in the recipe. Nothing to change. I will make this over and over. Hugs
This is simple, easy, delicious, and healthy.
This was delicious!I made as directed except I boiled the sausage first, then transferred to a frypan. I used the tiny navy beans which we like, also. Thanks for a great meal, blond green.)!
Fantastic recipe! Easy to prepare, easily varied using different types of sausage and, most importantly, the kids loved it!! This is one that you will make over and over.
My 11 year old ate 4 bowls of this! It was tasty and when I added it up, very inexpensive too (about $6). I'll be making this again throughout the winter. Thank you!
We had this tonight (Tuesday, 9/20/05) for supper. I used RoTel (R) diced tomatoes with green chilies in place of the diced tomatoes in juice, giving it a bit of a kick to help the red pepper flakes. I also doubled the onion & garlic (Personal preference), and it turned out very delicious. Definitely a keeper. Thanks.