Smoked Sausage, Taters, Peppers and Onions Country Style

"Simple One Pot Meal"
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  • Combine smoked sausage, potatoes, onion, bell pepper and water in a large pot.
  • Cover and simmer over medium heat 15 to 25 minutes, stirring occasionally, until potatoes are soft.

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  1. This was good. But, I also completely modified the recipe. I just up the potatoes, onions & added celery. I sauteed those while I cut the sausage and a red pepper. Add them to the sauteed veggies added 1/2 cup chicken broth and let it simmer.
  2. MY family loved these potatoes. I did not measure the sausage, I just kept adding until the amount looked about right for us. I did add a Knorr beef cube and some black pepper. This was an easy dish to prepare with great results. Thanks for the recipe.
  3. Thanks for such a great, easy recipe. I followed the recipe pretty closely only adding a couple of small tomatoes cut up and some garlic/pepper season salt (after checking the saltiness of the sausage). It was soooo good. This got thumbs up from both husband and daughter. This is one of those great recipes that is quick and includes ingredients I always have on hand.
  4. Not as healthy, but we like this done in a skillet with olive oil. I fry the potatoes and peppers first. Then when they are almost done I add the sausage. Salt and pepper on the table if someone wants it, but the sausage is enough spice for us. Sometimes I add cabbage to the skillet. Yum
  5. Very good recipe!!! I have made this twice this week, once with bratwurst and once with chorizo; both are tasty and delicious. I also added some corn on the cob to the chorizo and it fit in perfectly. Thanks for a delicious meal that I'm adding to my regular rotation.


  1. Broth, crushed red pepper, other seasonings.
  2. So I thought I had a bell pepper when I started this... but alas, it went missing... so I added 2 jalapeno and 2 carrots instead... I also used chicken broth instead of water for a bit more flavor... and OMG! It turned out wonderfully!!! Smelled so good cooking... and DH just gobbled his up!! Thanks for a keeper recipe smiley_face!!


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