Not exactly a catchy name I know, but it does well at describing the dish. ;) I love this meal for multiple reasons. It's a one dish meal so cleanup is easy. It tastes delicious. My family loves it. It's quick to make. Serve it with a side salad and some fresh fruit and there you go. Dinner in under an hour.
1 lb. smoked sausage (make sure it's gluten free if that's a concern)
4-6 red or gold potatoes, cut into 1" pieces
1 lb. fresh or frozen green beans
McCormick Garlic Pepper Seasoning
Slice sausage into 1/4" rounds. In large skillet with lid, brown sausage. Add potatoes, stir, and cover skillet. Check often to make sure the potatoes aren't sticking to the pan/burning. Add a bit of water if need be to help them steam and keep them from sticking. When potatoes are done, add green beans, sprinkle liberally with seasoning, stir and cover. Cook until green beans are tender. Be careful not to overcook. Enjoy!
P.S. Be sure and use red or gold potatoes. Russets will turn to mush and do not work well for this recipe.
Thursday, May 10, 2012
I realize I haven't been around for a while. It's been rather busy lately. Even though Easter is long past, I wanted to share this cake that I made. I got the idea from Pinterest, my latest obsession. :) I used the coconut cake recipe posted here. Rather than using homemade frosting I was in a hurry and used Betty Crocker milk chocolate frosting. Peeps were placed around the edge of the cake and mini chocolate chips sprinkled in the middle. It was super fun and easy to do. I can't wait to do another one next year!