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These were really good! A keeper of a recipe! The only real change one should make is to use red potatoes and not white. Red potatoes (skin on) hold their consistency better and don't turn to mush as quickly. Next time I will make this for breakfast with scrambled eggs. By the way, I posted 3 photos, a before, during and after.
These just came out of the oven! WOW! Delicious. I added a bit more creole seasoning, sprinkled on some cayenne pepper and parsley flakes, and left out the sausage. My creole seasoning is not very salty, so I added a dash of salt (very little!). For those who alter this recipe severely (like using hot dogs instead of sausage ???), ewww, please do not give this recipe a poor rating. This recipe is awesome and it is not the recipe creator's fault that you added the incorrect ingredients and made it taste bad. This is so, so good! Thank you.
I love anything with Creole seasoning and this recipe didn't disappoint. We can't get andouille sausage here in Canada so I used a couple of smokies that I halved and cut into thirds. My husband and I had this as a main dish with a side of creamed corn and garlic bread. The blend of spices was perfect.
big hit - i had fresh andouille sausage and wasn't sure if i was supposed to brown it first or not - i put in a skillet for a bit but not quite until browned. worked great. i wasn't able to slice the sausage either but it mixed in really well w/ the potatoes as crumbled sausage and had a great kick to it. used the spices as ordered. left out the bell peppers