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Can't get much easier than this. I wasn't sure about covering while baking so when the sausage started to get browned I lightly covered the pan with aluminum foil then I took the foil off for the last 10 minutes of baking. I needed to cook about 1 1/2 hours at 350 in order for the potatoes to be tender. My husband already has plans for the leftovers breakfast with a "couple of fried eggs" This dish would be good with green chilies or salsa mixed with the tomatoes.
This made a very quick and easy week day dinner. I would however recommend that you do not use Italian sausage as I did. The flavor wasn't quite "right" - not bad but not particularly good. Next time I'll use a nice Polish sausage or Kielbasa. For a busy day wit's end supper idea this hit the spot. Thanks Judy.
Very good and quick. I thought it tasted even better the second day. I think that next time I'll try covering the top with the foil like a previous reviewer suggested; some of the sausage came out burnt. But this definitely is going into my 'will make again' file
This is good! I thought it was even better the following day. Instead of regular diced tomatoes I used diced tomatoes with green chilis for a little more "kick." I also baked for 1/2 hour uncovered and covered with foil for the remaining 1/2 hour to keep the sausage from burning. Will use again - thanks!:o)
Simple and easy! Great taste. I used little smokies sausages cut in half. After I put the potatoes in the pan I sprinkled garlic salt and pepper all over them before adding the other ingredients. My sausages started burning too so I covered the pan for the last bit of cooking it. Tasty dish!
Wow! This recipe was so yummy.. I ended up making 2 of these. I made one with canned corn and the other with canned peas. I split the 1 roll of sausage that I had between both. I also added a lb of bacon and split that between both of them. I put one in the freezer for a quick tv dinner. They were both delicious. I did as other reviewers suggested (30 min uncovered and 30 minutes covered). I did broil for 5 minutes afterwards to make the bacon crispy. I let the frozen dinner thaw for about an hour before baking it. I have to say this was a really easy recipe. My DH had no problem cooking the tv dinner either. Thanks for the recipe.
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