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My Father Loved This Meal
Though you will probably have the biggest craving for comfort food like this in winter, something this soothing and savory can be enjoyed any time of year.
Throw together this Smoked Sausage & Potato Bake with a few fairly common ingredients, and you will have a hearty meal for the family in under an hour! When she was pressed for time, or just wanted to make good use of a few extra ingredients lying around, Mother often would slice up some sausage and onion, cook it in olive oil with a few basic seasonings, and serve that over rice. It was delicious but oh-so-simple! This is a baked variation of that, with potatoes added to the mix. Oh, and did I mention that it has CHEESE in it? So yummy!
This is such a hearty meal and you don’t have to spend hours, slaving away in the kitchen, to serve this to your family. I have a couple of very picky eaters in the house, and they’ve both told me this was the best meal they’ve ever had. So you know it’s a winner!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Recipes From The Big Blue Binder.
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Quick Tip: This recipe is easy to double or triple when cooking for a large crowd.