Crock Pot Italian Sausage Dinner

"This is one of my mom's recipes when she wanted to change things from just meat and potatoes all the time. I have adjusted this recipe after additional review."
 
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Ready In:
9hrs 10mins
Ingredients:
9
Serves:
6
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ingredients

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directions

  • Place water, sausage and green onions in crock pot.
  • Add steak sauce, red pepper flakes, Italian seasoning and salt.
  • Cover with lid and cook on low for 6-8 hours or on high for 3 hours.
  • Stir in uncooked rice and tomatoes with juice.
  • Cover and cook an additional 1 hour.

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Reviews

  1. Bergy
    Your Mom's recipe is delicious, easy to make and a crock pot recipe is always good in hot or cold weather. The aroma is wonderful. I bought my Sausages from a butcher shop that I had not tried before and they were quite fatty-My advise is to know your sausage. I had to remove the fat with one of those defatting gizmos (not the fault of the recipe). All was well again. I found that 6 hours on low was fine. I used basmati rice (not instant or minute rice) that I had soaked all day in water. Added it and the tomatoes to cook for a final hour. The basmati soaked up the liquid and had a lovely flavor. Next time I may leave the sausages whole and cook the rice separately serving it with the lovely sauce & sausages over it. Either way it is a very easy tasty recipe thanks Bippie for posting it
     
  2. sahm2threeboyz
    This is an awesome recipe! Easy and so good!
     
  3. Ck2plz
    This is so good for the few ingredients it requires. I did not have tomatoes with green peppers so I added about 1/4 cup chopped green peppers with a little over an hour to go. I added 1 3/4 instant the last 30 minutes. Turned out great. My DH loved it. Best part about it...it takes about 10 minutes to prep.
     
  4. hmms1660
    This was very simple and good. My husband loves Italian Sausage, so this was a must try. I'd printed the recipe awhile ago, and finally got around to trying it. The origial recipe from before called for 2 cups of Minute or instant rice, so I used instant brown rice. After 8 hours, I put it in uncooked and it took slightly longer than 20 minutes to cook. The dinner has a little kick to it, but isn't overwhelming. Thanks!
     
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