Ready in 23 minutes
THIS IS AN EASY ONE DISH MEAL, THAT CAN BE MADE IN LESS THAN 30 MINUTES. THIS ALSO WORKS WELL AS A HEARTY BREAKFAST FOR THE GUYS AFTER THEY GET DONE HUNTING.
"My family loved the mix of apples and sausage. The dish was not vinegary for us. The vinegar cooked down to a great sauce which tasted great. I did not use frozen potatoes which took a little longer to cook. We will be cooking this again. "- taylorblasi5
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PLACE SAUSAGE AND WATER IN LARGE NONSTICK FRYING PAN; COVER TIGHTLY AND COOK OVER MEDIUM HEAT 8 MINUTES, STIRRING OCCASIONALLY. MEANWHILE CUT ONION INTO WEDGES. REMOVE SAUSAGE TO WARM PLATTER. POUR OFF DRIPPINGS. COOK AND STIR ONIONS AND APPLES IN 1 TABLESPOON OF THE BUTTER IN SAME FRYING PAN 4 MINUTES OR UNTIL APPLES ARE JUST TENDER. REMOVE TO SAUSAGE PLATTER. HEAT REMAINING TABLESPOON BUTTER, ADD POTATOES AND COOK, COVERED, OVER MEDIUM HIGH HEAT 5 MINUTES OR UNTIL POTATOES ARE TENDER AND GOLDEN BROWN, STIRRING OCCASIONALLY. COMBINE VINEGAR, SUGAR AND CARAWAY SEED. REDUCE HEAT; RETURN SAUSAGE, APPLE MIXTURE AND VINEGAR MIXTURE TO FRYING PAN AND COOK 1 MINUTE, OR UNTIL HEATED THROUGH, STIRRING GENTLY. SPRINKLE WITH PARSLEY.
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vbancod 8 months agoDidn't have caraway seeds so I used 1/4 tsp of celery seeds instead. I would have given it more stars however I thought the dish was too sweet. I will make again but cut the sugar by half.
taylorblasi5 10 months agoMy family loved the mix of apples and sausage. The dish was not vinegary for us. The vinegar cooked down to a great sauce which tasted great. I did not use frozen potatoes which took a little longer to cook. We will be cooking this again.
christinalferschke-masten 1 year agoDon't do it! If you hate the taste or smell of vinegar don't even bother! The smell made me nauseated, and my husband and kids couldn't eat more than a bite. It was sandwiches for dinner after this disaster!
1gardengirl 3 years agoYOU CAN EASILY DOUBLE OR TRIPPLE THIS FOR HOWEVER MANY SERVINGS YOU NEED. [I posted this recipe.]