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Wow! My fiance and I love this dish! It's becoming a staple around here. (I make it almost every week!) I've tried it with Hot Italian Sausage as well as Hot Breakfast Sausage. Both options are very good. You can also reduce the calories slightly by using 2% Evaporated Milk and Hot Turkey Sausage and it's still great.

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Blue Toile November 03, 2010

Great ! I didn't have the cream corn on hand , so I omitted it . I started the potatoes and spices in a slow cooker a little ahead of time , then dumped in the sausage and onions after cooking. Let that simmer for about an hour , then lowered the temp and added the corn and milk for another 20 mins . Really good recipe and easy to make.

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Max82 February 24, 2010

This is very, very good. I only made half the recipe. After browning the Owens HOT sausage and onions. I transferred them to a large heavy pot. Then I put the one cup of water, one teaspoon salt, and a little over 1/4 teaspoon marjoram, into the skillet I browned the sausage and onions in. I let it come to the boil, then added it to the browned sausage and onions. The only other change I made was the addition of about seven ounces of cooked fordhook lima beans. Thanks, Darlene, this is a keeper.

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TexasChef Judi Coleman December 05, 2005

Darlene,Thanx so much for this recipe,My husband absoutely LOVED it.Now I have to admit,I wasn't that crazy about it,but I lean more to the really creamy soups,Like potato soups and broccoli,but Floyd wants you to know he thought it was fabulous,and I say it was very easy to make and smells delicious.Just not my style.Thanks so much,Darlene

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Darlene Summers February 05, 2005
Sausage Stew