Monday, October 18, 2010

Simple Yet Scrumptious

This is one of those one dish meals.  I love those!  Just throw it all in together and you're set.  It's also one of those meals that doesn't really follow a recipe.  If you are the type of cook that has to follow a recipe....don't worry.  This one is so easy anyone could make it.


1 Hillshire Farm ring sausage (I tend to like the spicier - you can also choose the turkey or lower fat options)
3-4 potatoes
2 cans green beans (un-drained)

First, cut the sausage into about 1-inch pieces. Throw them in a frying pan to start browning them a bit.  Next wash and slice the potatoes and throw them in the pan too.  Next put in both cans of green beans with the liquid.  Here's where I add a little salt and lots and lots of pepper.  Bring it to a boil and reduce the heat to medium and cook covered for about 15-20 minutes...just until the potatoes are tender.  Uncover and turn the heat back up and let the remaining liquid evaporate. The starch from the potatoes will thicken the liquid a bit.  Enjoy!!!

It's not a pretty meal, but is one of those hearty yet healthy stick-to-your-ribs meals.

4 comments:

Annie said...

May I just say that I LOVE the plates Dahling! :) Truly I do! They are fabulous! Dinner looks amazing too :) Love you!

the johnson crew said...

so, this is what we are having for dinner tonight. i'll let you know if my kids like it! it looks so good to me. :)

Corrine said...

I'd love to try this one - it's similar to the green bean-potato-ham supper I've done since mom used it growing up (chunks of potato in bottom of pressure cooker, top w/freshly snapped green beans & slices or chunks of ham, add 1c water & process about 10 min once pressure is reached) - makes a great meal :)

Corrine said...

I look forward to trying this soon! (it's similar to one mom taught me years ago - put chunks of washed, unpeeled potato in bottom of pressure cooker, add freshly snapped green beans, sliced or chopped ham, 1c water & process 10min once pressure is reached - a great 1-dish meal). :)