I got this years and years ago from a gal at Ft Benning when we were both army wives and it is VERY TRIED and TRUE. The only person I've ever served it to who doesn't like it is my oldest daughter. Even the grandkids think its good.
This is not only fairly easy, but if you have all of stuff ready can be thrown together in the microwave and it's done in 12-15 minutes. I got it when I bought my Panasonic microwave way back in the 70's. It is very good & very different.
Our dinner would not be complete without spiced peaches - and they are so EASY to make. Much better than the store bought, and I use the extra syrup as part of the glaze for ham when I cook one. And the house smells soooooo good too.
I got this recipe from David Wade's (a renowned chef) radio show last Spring. He got the recipe from some place in San Fernando. They are delicious and the flavor can be changed depending on the type of apples, spiciness of the sausage and amounts of chili powder. Only problem I have is remembering to soak them overnight.