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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.



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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