February 7, 2011

Potatoes & Sausage?!?!? YUM!

Another recipe from Guilt Free Cooking = another successful dinner meal! I am super excited to share this recipe as it is DELISH! If you LOVE potatoes and sausage get a pen and paper and jot this one down cause it's a KEEPER!!

You will need: Garlic, Chicken Broth, Kielbasa, Oregano, Parsley, Mushrooms, Onion, Sour Cream (Light), Potatoes, and Cheddar Cheese!

First get everything prepped, it will make life a WHOLE lot EASIER! But before you prep your ingredients grab your potatoes and get them peeled, chopped and into some boiling water! Just like you are making regular old mashed potatoes!
Now onto your prep work:
Slice up your kielbasa, slice your mushrooms, and crush your garlic! Thanks to my awesome Sous Chef Chuck for crushing the garlic as I hate doing it!

Once your potatoes are done you will want to drain them and then put them into a mixing bowl. Add in the sour cream (1/2 cup) and some Chicken Broth (1/4 Cup). Then mix away!

Check out these fluffy mcfluffsters! I will be remembering this way of making potatoes because they are SO GOOD! I don't know if its the chicken broth or sour cream that makes these amazing but they were so good and so fluffy!

Once your potatoes are done you can set them aside. Grab a pan, plop it on the stove top and heat it up. Add in your mushrooms and Kielbasa and cook until the mushrooms are tender and your sausage is browned to your liking!

You will then need a loaf pan, spray it down with some cooking spray and now the fun part! You get to start layering your dish! Start with a layer of potatoes (keep some aside), then add your sausage and mushroom mixture.

Another layer of potatoes!

Top with cheese and the parsley and oregano. You put as much or as little of the parsley and oregano, just depends on what you like.

And we made a little amendment to this recipe! We had some of these babies in the cupboard and how could you go wrong?

Top with some bacon bits if you please, not needed by any means!

Pop in your 350 degree oven to warm it all up and to melt the cheese! Doesn't this look delish?

Slice it up into 7 servings and get to plating your meal! We chose to have crescent rolls with it, looking back we should have done a veggie cause this meal is pretty heavy!

But check out the goodness!! This was so good and so filling!

An A+ for this recipe for both the night of and for leftovers! I literally had it three times for lunch the same week I made it! This would even be a good breakfast dish for special occasions! I LOVED IT!! I highly recommend everyone try it! And if you are daring enough add just a little bit of hot sauce to it to give it some spice!



Patter Cross said...

Oh goodness, that does look good! I might need to try that one! Yum!

Danielle said...

Meat and potatoes. My hubby will love this one. Thanks-

Connie said...

you know there is a hamburger recipe like this also. Just use hamburger instead of the sausage~this looks so good!!!

Lynn said...

oh fine. shouldn't have looked at this while i was starving. it looks yummy and comfy. my kind of food.

Tracy said...

Oh this looks yummy.
I am so hungry right now, but it is bed time. So I guess I will be tightening the belt.
But I will show this to hubby in the morning ;)


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