Recipe by RILEYBAMA
"A one pot dinner with sausage, cabbage, and root vegetables - Easy and hearty - Great on a cold winter night! Serve with cornbread or a crusty farmhouse type bread."
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2 1/2 pounds
potatoes, peeled and cut into large chunks
rutabaga, peeled and cut into large chunks
turnips, peeled and cut into large chunks
carrots, peeled and cut into large chunks
onions, cut into large chunks
1 large head
salt, or to taste
ground black pepper, or to taste
This recipe is so simple. I made some changes to it because I had other ingredients: I used fully cooked kiebasa and boneless/skinless chicken breasts instead of the hambone and sausage. I also only had onion, potato, carrot and cabbage. My daughter loved this, even though she "doesn't like cooked cabbage!" Thanks, Karen!
The ONE time I go to buy ham hocks, the store didn't have them. Typical! Instead I used a boneless piece of ham that I diced into chunks. I made it as written, and thought it was pretty bland, so I ended up adding a lot of garlic powder, onion powder, and also some chicken bouillon paste. Much better. Happy New Year everyone!
Wow! I wasn't expecting much from this recipe, I thought it be bland and boring with no spices or garlic, but it was terrific. I didn't have ham hocks so I used only wild rice brats. I sliced them and sauteed them, then sauteed the root vegetables in a little olive oil, and used chicken broth instead of water. Next time I'd like to add some garlic.
Great recipe! I had turnips, carrots, garlic scapes, cabbage and kohlrabi from my CSA share and didn't know what to make. Pulled out some smoked sausage and started there. I didn't have ham hocks, but not to worry. Sliced the sausage and sauteed with a sweet onion. Deglazed the pan with white wine as well. In a crockpot I put 5 chopped turnips, 1 chopped kohlrabi, carrots, and a few garlic scapes sliced thin. I added a can of black beans and corn and a bouillon cube. Lastly I added a can of mild chiles and didn't add the cabbage until about an hour before serving. My husband said the turnips tasted like potatoes and it was a great soup. Super easy and used my produce the best way I could find.
this is like Grandma's but she used pork instead and it is even more wonderful!
This recipe is really good! I cooked it in the slow cooker with about 1 1/2 cups evaporated milk instead of water to make it creamy, and it might have actually worked if I'd added more milk as it cooked out. Spicy sausage gave it a nice kick, too. I'll definitely make this recipe again.
This was a great "after the barn chores on a cold night" meal. Put it on before we went out and it was ready when we came in! Talk about easy!!
I left out the rutabagas and turnips. I live in a VERY small town and we very rarely can get anything like that. I also added chunks of bacon and we ate the sausage on the side. In a round-about way, a very hearty meal. Easy too.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Sausage Steamed Dinner
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 329
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