Italian Sausage and Potato Casserole

"Another one of my easy ones! But also another good one. If you leave out the potatoes, this is also very good served over egg noodles."
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Ready In:
1hr 10mins




  • Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
  • Grease large casserole.
  • Cut precooked sausages into 2" pieces, and both peppers into 1/4" slices.
  • Cut precooked potatoes into fourths, lengthwise, then into halves.
  • Combine sausage, peppers, potatoes, onion, undrained tomatoes,and basil into large bowl.
  • Mix very gently.
  • Spoon mixture into casserole.
  • Cover with foil with slit cut into center.
  • Bake until done, about 50 minutes.

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  1. My family and I loved this. I only put in 1/2 of a pepper and some zucchini and fresh garlic and sliced mushrooms.
  2. This was really good, a hearty comfort food, with great textures and lots of flavour. It was quick and easy to make, I added 1 tsp salt and I cooked my casserole for 75 minutes, it was perfect. The heat from the sausage was nice and blended well with the tomatoe and basil, the potatoes were nice and tender. Thanks so much for sharing.


I originally joined the site as "aussiekarin", but decided instead to go with my nickname - Kayne. Sorry if this causes any confusion! I moved to the US from Australia in 1970, and apart from three years in Germanyhave been here the whole time. However, still consider myself an Australian, although I was actually born in Holland. Since I come from such a diversified background, my cooking is rather strange at times. Many times it is a combiniation of Dutch, Aussie / English, German and American. I'm not really much of a cook, but enjoy it, nevertheless. I just wish I knew more and could do more - without a recipe! I'm retired now, so one of my goals is to really learn to cook. I intend to enjoy my retirement, doing what I never had time to do before. Since joining Recipezaar in November, 2006, I find that my cooking has changed somewhat. I'm more adventurous, willing to try new and more varied tastes, and combinations, and just about all of what I prepare is edible. Lately, due to a major life change, I've been letting my cooking go, but hopefully that will change one day. Oddly, I miss it, more than I ever thought I would!!!!!
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