Friday, August 27, 2010

Sausage, Potatoes and Onions

I know I haven't posted in a while. My computer died and is still not fixed. Life has been busy. Hopefully we will get back to normal soon. Anyway, I am thinking about cheap eats lately. Most of my recipes are on the broken computer and I am stuck with just the laptop. I love polish sausage. You can buy them at Walmart for $3.99 for a package of 16. Add to that an onion and a bag of potatoes (Yukon Gold, $3.47) and you have a pretty cheap meal that feeds many. This is by no means healthy but it is very yummy.
8 polish sausage dogs
1 onion
about 3 pounds of potatoes
a stick of butter
seasoned salt

Directions: cut the polish sausage dogs in half lengthwise. Then slice thinly. The thinner you slice, the faster it cooks. Do the same with the potatoes. Cut the onions into a size you and your family can handle. We do ours large since Z picks them out. Mix everything together in a big pot. Cover with a lid. Cook on medium until potatoes are tender and everything is heated through. Takes about 30 minutes.

Leftovers make great hash for breakfast too! Bonus!

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