Sausage, Peppers and Potatoes- A Family Favorite

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Sausage, Pepper, Potato Bake Cheap, easy delicious last-minute meal! thoushallnotwhine.com

Being a family of 7 means that there are bound to be some hiccups in our daily plans, which means quick, delicious dinners are a must. There are a few favorites in our family meal routine that we could eat several nights a week and no one would complain. The ingredients for those meals are staples in our home so I know I always have what I need for those “hiccup” meals.

Sausage, peppers and potatoes is one such meal.

I buy our smoked sausage at Sam’s Club. I think its Cavanaugh brand but I’m not sure. It comes in 3lb packages with no fillers, by-products, yucky stuff… etc. In general, smoked sausage comes in the U shape, right? I only use half of the U in our meals, making the meat go a bit further.

In general, the non-Sam’s size packaging is 12-14oz, so we use about 7oz of sausage per meal.

The potatoes are, well, potatoes- regular, run-of-the-mill potatoes from Aldi. I use around 10 potatoes for us.

The frozen pepper mix is from Kroger but I’m sure it is available at other grocery stores. I use about half the bag at a time.

Peppers

I like to chop and sauté the sausage with the pepper mix and some oregano, salt, pepper and olive oil.

mix

Until it looks like this.

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The potatoes I slice to about a quarter of an inch thick and boil for 10 minutes or so. If you’re really in a pinch, skip this part and just use some frozen potatoes O’Brien.

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I spray a 9×13 with oil and dump in the drained potatoes. Add salt, pepper, oregano and olive oil to taste. Top that with the sautéed sausage and peppers.

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Being the cheese lovers we are, we add a bit of cheese to the top.

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Bake at 400 for 20 minutes or until the cheese is melted and bubbly. (YUM!)

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This will feed us all (most of us having seconds) for dinner plus enough leftovers for a couple of us to have it for lunch the next day.

Cheep, easy and delicious!

For variety, you can add frozen green beans, asparagus and/or kalamata olives. We’ve tried it all and it’s delish!

Sausage, Peppers and Potatoes- A Staple and Family Favorite Meal

What are the favorite meals in your house?

 

 

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