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Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Sausage, Onion and Greek Potatoes

This is always a good recipe when when the pantry and frig get low. With three basic ingredients, it's quick and easy! It's also a good meal for the meat and potatoes man/woman in the house!



1 pound of Kielbasa Sausage, sliced
4 or 5 potatoes, boiled and cut into slices
1 large onion, sliced
1 tsp minced garlic
Oil
Lemon Juice
Cavendar's Greek SeasoningSalt & Pepper, to taste

Saute sausage and potatoes in a cast iron frying pan in a little oil over a medium heat... just enough oil to keep it from sticking, because the sausage will render some fat. Cook until sausage and potatoes take on some good color... about 15-20 minutes. Add the onion and garlic. Sprinkle well with lemon juice, and add about 2 tbsp of Greek seasonings. Toss and transfer the frying pan to the oven, and cook at 350 degrees for about 30 minutes or until golden brown and caramelized.



Shared on Meal Plan Monday 

13 comments:

  1. What a delicious and simple dinner idea! I am featuring you this week, over at Simple Supper Tuesday. We hope you can join us again, starting Monday night at 8pm EST.

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    1. Oh! Thank you so much! I have been so busy the past few weeks! I will be back! :-)

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  2. How much lemon juice exactly? Specifies all other ingredients but not lemon juice..

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    1. I had mine to taste, but probably about 1/4 cup. Add a little and when it's done taste it. Add more if you like. I like mine lemony.

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  3. Do you use fresh or cooked Kielbasa?

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    1. I used packaged Kielbasa from Carolina Pride, sliced and browned in a skillet.

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  4. How long do you boil the potatoes for?

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    1. You don't have to boil them. I do as a short cut. If you boil them, boil until they are starting to get tender or done.

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  5. Thanks for sharing at Meal Plan Monday! This is optional, but for a chance to be featured don't forget to link back ;)

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  6. What else would you serve this with? I need suggestions. Another meat or veggies-or salad.

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    1. I use it as a one pot meal, but you could serve a salad and garlic bread, or maybe corn on the cob and french bread or cheese biscuits?

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