Recipe by Teri Denlinger
"Potatoes, beans, sausage and cheese...this is definitely 'stick to your ribs' fare. It's savory, spicy and slightly sweet all at the same time!"
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chopped fresh parsley
ground black pepper
potatoes, peeled and cubed
spicy pork sausage links, sliced
packed brown sugar
shredded Cheddar cheese
This was really wonderful! I made some modifications. I cooked this in my slow cooker. I cubed a bunch of potatoes and placed those in the bottom, layered sliced onions on top of that. I browned the sausage (I used the regular sausages cut up, not the skinny links). Placed the sausage on tops of the onions and my sauce mixture over the top. I added a little more BBQ sauce and used 1/4 C. brown sugar. I added a little Worchestershire sauce and prepared mustard as well. Hubby said the meal was PERFECT! Also I used fresh herbs for everything. Will deffinitely make this again, will be especially good come Fall and Winter.
A waste of time for me. Too wet (hardly a casserole) much too sweet, between the sugar and the BBQ sauce; ambiguous instructions: are the potatoes cooked or not(if so, how long?) Are they sliced or cubed? Badly written-
My bf and I both really enjoyed this recipe. It was full of spice & flavor. It's not very messy or difficult to make if you plan it out ahead of time. I started by chopping the potatoes and putting them to boil. Then I chopped the onions, garlic, & the sausage while I was boiling the cubed red potatoes. I also pre-mixed the spices so that it would be ready to go. Once you start sauteeing the garlic and onions it all goes pretty quick so you need to be prepared. The directions were a little ambiguous, but I think just on the cooking & cutting of the potatoes. I took another reviewer's suggestion of putting the cheese on for the last 10 minutes & it was perfect. The final product is a little soupy, but who said a casserole had to be dry & stay all stacked up nicely. I am thinking of next time adding some zuchinni or squash & maybe some french fried onions to add some different flavors and textures.
Excellent recipe. We enjoyed it.
This is the ultimate comfort food! Takes a bit of work, since you have to cook the onion mixture and brown the sausages, but it's well worth it!
A big hit every time I serve it! I found it better to just partially cook the potatoes so they don't turn to mush and to sprinkle the cheese over the beans 10 minutes before done.
I was making this dish for 30 people, and to save money I substituted 30 hot dogs and 1 package of American cheese.... everyone loved it! Thank you for this great recipe!
I will not make this again, sorry. After cooking for 45 minutes in the oven, the beans were mushy, the potatoes were mushy and the cheese was a bit crusty. What made it worse was the work and mess involved. From now on I will do it my old way- mix beans, bbq sauce and sliced sausage links in a dish, pop in the oven for 20 minutes along with a pan of cornbread and enjoy.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Hot Sausage Links and Beans Casserole
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 165
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