i didn't have the can of mushrooms and the can of potatoes. so i omitted those and followed the 3 ingredients...surprisingly came out really good. so simple...so fast...and w/ big flavors! never would've thought looking at the list. i used kiebalski sausage. thanks for sharing..will make this many times!
Great meal!! Tried it today, being a single guy, I was looking for something quick, easy, and for a better word cheap!! Something that was in my cabinets, all I had to buy was sausage, me being a country boy I used down-home sausage, added some bellpeppers and garlic, WOW!! It's something I'll serve to my friends, like I said, quick, easy, filling, and goes with beer!!
I give this five stars b/c you would never, ever guess how good this is based on the ingredients. My family, who is very picky, loved this. We didn't have one bite left. I only had whole new potatoes from the can but they sliced easily. My husband loves fresh green beans so we are going to make this again using fresh instead of canned. I also added 1/2 tsp minced garlic (from jar) and Old Bay Seasoning while frying the onions and sausage. Highly recommended!
What a pleasant surprise! I was running desperately behind one afternoon and decided to try this recipe since I had all of the ingredients on hand. DH and I were both surprised at how well the flavors combined to make a very tasty meal. This is one of those "sum is greater than the parts" dish.
This was good and easy to make. I added five cans of green beans and one can of potato but I didn't add the mushroom. I let this simmer on the stove for about two hours and it was real good, even better the next day. I did add pepper also to the mixture.
Made this recipe for a group of 30 people and it was a huge hit!!! Easy and delicious... a great combination. Thank you
Ok, I was dubious at first, but after eating this dish I have to say that it was pretty good. I wouldn't say that this is by any means food to serve when company is coming over, but for a quick and hot family meal it's very easy and tasty.
Great tasting casserole. Loved how the sausage seasoned the green beans. Thanks for posting this recipe.
Wow, great skillet dinner! I used 8 oz. smoked sausage and about 4 c. frozen hashbrowns, to serve 4. I fried the sausage and onions first, then removed them and fried up the hashbrowns until crusty. Added the onion/sausage back to the skillet and continued from there. This would be even prettier with some red pepper for color. The taste was wonderful. This dinner rescued us from turning to carryout on an uninspired evening and I'm so happy I found it! Served with roasted asparagus and crescent rolls. Winner!!
Looking at this list of ingredients, never would I have thought this combination would make such a fabulous tasting, incredibly easy meal. Since the recipe does not include package sizes, here is what I used: 16 ounces smoked sausage, 16 ounce can green beans, 16 ounce can sliced potatoes, and 7 ounce can of mushrooms. I drained all of the cans before adding to the skillet.