Oct 20, 2011

Roasted Potatoes, Chicken Sausage and Peppers


An EASY one pan meal!

Roasted potatoes, onions, sausage and peppers roast in the oven with a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil and rosemary. Don't you love a meal that only dirties one pan? This is an easy one-dish meal that makes clean-up a breeze, and the smell in your kitchen will make everyone hungry!

Anytime I find a great alternative to fatty Italian pork sausage, I'm all over it! I have nothing against pork, I just wish they would make leaner pork sausage. I'm pretty picky about my Italian sausage, but I loved al fresco's sweet Italian chicken sausage, I almost forgot it was chicken while I was eating and it's 75% less fat that pork sausage, and it's gluten-free, so that's a plus!

This is a really easy dish to make, the main thing is cutting everything about the same size and don't crowd the pan. The potatoes take the longest to cook, so if you cut them small it all evens out. The onions get a little charred which I love, if you want to avoid that you can add them with the sausage.  I've even made this with Turkey Kielbasa and it turns out cheap, simple and great. Try it with red potatoes, new potatoes or russet.


Roasted Potatoes, Chicken Sausage and Peppers
Skinnytaste.com
Servings: 4 • Serving Size: 1/4th • Old Points: 7 pts • Points+: 8 pts
Calories: 324.7 • Fat: 11.4 g • Protein: 22.6 g • Carb: 32.9 g • Fiber: 4 g • Sugar: 1.8
Sodium: 586.8 mg (without salt)


Ingredients:
  • 1.5 lb (about 3 large) potatoes, russet or new
  • 1 medium onion, peeled and quartered, layers separated
  • 2 red bell peppers, seeds removed and cut into 1 inch pieces
  • 2 tsp extra virgin olive oil
  • kosher salt and fresh cracked pepper to taste
  • 1 tsp chopped rosemary (fresh or dry)
  • 1/2 tsp garlic powder
  • olive oil spray (I use my Misto)
  • 1 lb Italian chicken sausage (al fresco's) cut each link into 6-7 slices

Directions:

Cut the potatoes into small 1" x 1/2 inch pieces. These take the longest to cook so cutting them small ensures everything cooks evenly.

Preheat oven to 375°. Spray one large non-stick baking sheet, or two small ones with olive oil spray to prevent the potatoes from sticking.


In a large bowl, combine potatoes, onions, peppers, olive oil, salt, pepper, rosemary and garlic powder. Mix well to be sure everything is coated with oil and seasoned evenly. Pour onto the prepared baking sheet and place in the center of the oven; bake for 15 minutes.


Use a spoon to toss so nothing sticks or burns.


Add the sausage to the baking sheet with the potatoes and vegetables and bake, tossing once or twice for 25-35 minutes, or until your potatoes are cooked through. Cooking time will vary depending on the thickness of your potatoes and sausage, keep an eye so they don't burn.

142 comments :

  1. This looks so good; can't wait to try it!

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  2. This looks so good!!! Definitely love a one-pan meal!!

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  3. Oh yum! That looks so tasty and easy. I am going to search for suitable sausage substitution here in Australia. I can't stand cooking but this may get me started :)

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  4. Is there something I could use in place of the rosemary? I love it, but my husband thinks it's like eating trees, so I've come to terms with omitting it from my cooking.

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    1. Just omit it or have you tried mincing it very finely, that's the only way I can eat it...I don't like the larger chopped pieces either. Try and chop it very finely for him, then don't tell him it's Rosemary till he's finished enjoying the meal!!

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    2. Are you using fresh or dried rosemary? Because the two are VERY different. I never liked rosemary till I had fresh! Dried is like eating sticks! But fresh is delicious, and you only need a little!

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  5. making this tomorrow morning for breakfast with scrambled eggs on the side. Mmmmmmm Mmmmmmmmmm good.

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  6. Now this is my kind of recipe. Such an easy meal after a long day at work.

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  7. Gina, you are the greatest!!!

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  8. Even easier yet, put it in some tin foil and throw it on the grill. No dishes! :)

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  9. Love this..such a great combo of flavors. Also really like that one meal can cook up on one baking sheet..that is priceless!

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  10. Love this. A no fuss, hearty meal will go over well in my house. Thanks for sharing your wonderful talents.

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  11. This looks amazing! Do you think using sweet potatoes or butternut squash would work too?

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  12. This looks great, can't wait to make this!

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  13. I have got this on my "must cook" list! I'll have to add it to the meal plans for next week. Love it!

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  14. YAY! One of my favorite meals! I love this skinny version. (Do you remember my email about this recipe?? Probably not, but it's still cool to see.) YUM!!

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  15. Wow, thanks for this!!! I just got a whole bunch of potatoes in my farm box and I was wondering what I was going to do with them. Bonus I have all the other ingredients on hand.

    ~Amanda

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  16. Made this tonight. FAB!!!! So easy, filling and satisfying. Exactly what I needed. Thanks!

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  17. I made this tonight and it was a hit with my family. Very easy to make too! Thanks, Gina!

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  18. Oh wow, you made this so fast, I'm so glad you liked it!

    I bet this would be great for breakfast :)

    You can leave the rosemary out if you're not a fan, I personally love them with potatoes but it will still be good without.

    I think using sweet potatoes would be nice, I think I would add some hot paprika to the sweet potatoes to balance the sweetness.

    kay, yes I do recall, I guess you've been in the back of my mind :)

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  19. I make a similar recipe, but do it in the crock pot with oregano. I'll have to try rosemary next time. I put the potatoes on the bottom, then sausage, topping off with onions and peppers. I add a little fat free, low sodium chicken broth at the bottom to keep moisture so nothing burns. The sausage is so tender. When I have left overs, I add it to some scrambled eggs for breakfast.

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  20. Oh YUM! My college makes something similar to this but using 100% fatty ingredients so I stay clear, I'm so thankful you put up a healthier option.

    Plus I'm sure this would be tasty in a low calorie tortilla and some cheese for a breakfast burrito. Delicioso.

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  21. Hi Gina, I see you peeled the potato. Would this work with unpeeled too? Less work... Thanks!

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  22. Yes indeed I love a recipe that only uses one pan. This is the second recipe I've read this week that uses chicken sausages. I'm going to have to find some!

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  23. My husband doesn't eat white meat, so chicken sausages are out. Any suggestions. Thanks for all the great recipes.

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  24. I can't believe I have everything for this recipe! No trip to the store :). I can't wait to try this. It sounds incredibly good. Thank you!

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  25. Oh yeah, this is definitely getting made with some chicken apple sausage!

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  26. How would I adjust this to use pre-cooked chicken sausage?

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  27. When I use red or new potatoes I don't peel them, all I had was russet so I prefer them peeled. It's a matter of taste.

    If it's cooked sausage, add it the last 10 minutes of cooking so it heats through. This dish will be as good as your sausage, so keep that in mind.

    The chicken sausage was made from dark meat I believe. Not sure what I would sub it with, kielbasa if he eats that.

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  28. I have some of the al fresco sausages in the fridge right now :) Guess what I'm making for lunch tomorrow?

    -Joey's Wife-

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  29. this will DEFINITELY be on the menu this weekend! For some weird reason, my kids aren't potato eaters(other then the french fried kind).. which to me, is wicked weird. NOT EVEN mashed potatoes?? :) Anyways- I bet they'll like this as the sausage will impart some of it's yumminess to the potatoes.

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  30. I'm making this tonight!! I told my husband about the recipe and he said he wants it the night he gets back from his deployment!lol

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  31. So did you leave the wax peeling on the sausage while it was in the oven? Can you leave it on in there?

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  32. I got the email this morning, and went to the store to buy what I needed, I will be making this sometime this weekend, sounds so yummy and WW friendly..thanks for all the great recipes it keeps me out of a eating rut.

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  34. I have some brussels sprouts that I need to use ASAP so I'm going to toss them in there as well! Or maybe just replace the peppers with them. Love your recipes! I made your asian glazed chicken for the first time last night and it was fantastic. A million thanks.

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  35. I Love Al Fresco! What a great recipe!!

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  36. This looks delicious! I would love if you shared it in my Fall Food Blog Hop. Enter it for a chance at a Top Chef cookbook! http://is.gd/59HVTM

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  37. Did you serve this with anything or was it filling enough on it's own?

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  38. This is delicious! I made it tonight and because I had extra points to use, I added a little shredded Parmesan to my serving. Also, I used green bell peppers because that's what I had on hand. It was a lot of food and we split it into 6 servings instead of 4. I also had some bread that was only 2 points that I put along with it. It was just a delicious meal all by itself! Just wanted to share.

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  39. Yum! My husband would love these! Check out our website sometime soon @ bloomeveryday.wordpress.com. :) We would love to share some of our recipes with you.

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  40. As always thank you Gina for another wonderful recipie!!
    I have a friend who has suggesting subbing turnips for potatoes as a low carb option. I have yet to try the idea, but this recipe seems like a perfect dish to try it with. How would the points change if you remove the potatoes?

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  41. Mmm these potatoes sound lovely!

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  42. These looks and sound wonderful! Great recipe.

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  43. I made it for dinner last night and loved it. Added brussel sprouts, since I recently learned (from Gina's recipe for a pasta dish with brussel sprouts) that I actually enjoy them. Used some of the leftovers in a frittata for breakfast this morning. Delish! I will be making this again. And often.

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  44. Well I want to try this recipe but they only sale the fully cook sausage were I am. Will I still be able to make this meal?

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  45. I will sub rosemary with thyme and oregano. Also, saw Italian spicy chicken sausage at Whole Foods and will use it to add more flavor for our Cajun taste.

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  46. What would you serve this with? I'm putting it in the meal plan this week! :)

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  47. Tried these at a party, I attended they are wonderful

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  48. This looks yummy! Simple and delish!

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  49. Wow! I am not a sausage fan, but have fallen in love with chicken sausage. We only used 12 oz of sausage, not the full lb and the portions were still SO GENEROUS! I love food and have been having difficulty managing my portions, but this was easy to do. I served this with a garden salad with light parmesan peppercorn dressing. If I wanted to go all out I would add some garlic bread, but that would be an all-out feast!

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  50. Made this recipe for breakfast, served with eggs. It was a hit with my family - this recipe is a keeper! Thank you!

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  51. I was SO pumped to make this over the weekend and then my grocery store didn't have chicken sausage :( I even went to 2 other stores in the area and no one had it. What a let down!! Anything else that would be as healthy and taste as good?

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  52. I made this last night and had left overs for lunch. Delicious! I used paprika on the potatoes for extra seasoning and omitted the rosemary. I also used turkey sausage. I will be making this again!

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  53. Wonderfully delicious!

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  54. Where do you get that brand of chicken sausage?

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  55. Oh, this looks good.
    There something something so fall-ish about sausage and potatoes. Or is it just me? Maybe I associate it with Oktoberfest, lol.

    I love how easy, but delicious dishes like this are. I only wish chicken sausage was available in Japan! It's hard finding good sausage at all, much less chicken or turkey sausage. I usually make my own turkey sausage, but I just make patties, not links.

    Regardless, I need to make this soon! Yum!

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  56. You've done it again Gina! I made this last night & it was delicious. I have leftovers for a few more nights. YUM. I may try your Pumpkin Spice Cupcakes next for Halloween Bakeoff at work Mon. They look awesome.

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  57. Absolutely yummy! A keeper. Thank you!

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  58. Can you say delicious with a mouthful of this goodness?? Made this for my family for dinner tonight, a hit!! Next time I will make a double batch so I have more left-overs, so good!!
    Thanks for the great recipe and keep them coming :)

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  59. Sarah Rasmussen10/25/11, 9:12 PM

    My husband went for seconds, and then thirds, and then came over and hugged me for such a delicious hot meal. Thanks again Gina for yet another fabulous dish

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  60. I'm so hapy you all liked it!

    Sarah, aww, he really liked it!!

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  61. Gina, you advised Jenn to add pre-cooked sausage in the last 10 minutes, but according to the website for the sausage you used, it is in fact pre-cooked. I'm making this right now, also using pre-cooked chicken sausage, and I will be adding it after 15 minutes and hoping it turns out as well as yours!

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  62. Tina, I used raw sausage, they sell both. You can tell by the photos it was uncooked.

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  63. I see, upon second look it seems like they just reused the copy from their pre-cooked sausage. Anyhow, I did the sausage for the full 30 minutes and when I took everything out of the oven and tasted it I almost started crying because it was A-MAZ-ING.

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  64. Made this last night and it was awesome!! Thank you!!!

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  65. Absolutely yummy! A keeper. Thank you!

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  66. I made this for last night's dinner and it was yummy. I used the convection roast feature on my oven and it gave a great crispiness to the potatoes. Thanks for another good dinner.

    Kristina

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  67. OMG!!! this was simply amazing....I had to walk away so I wouldnt eat more than one serving! Thanks so much for all you do!

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  68. This was delicious! I made it at the beginning of the week and packed it for lunches at work...tasted great after microwaving, too! Thank you!

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  69. I'm making this right now and it smells amazing! I am using the new Reynolds non stick foil so that I didn't have to use so much olive oil and, so far no sticking. :) Plus, I won't have to clean my baking sheet. Makes for a real easy cleanup.

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  70. Seriously, this is the third time I've made this just this week alone. The first time, I kept true to recipe, except using regular hot sausage because it is about impossible to find chicken sausage here. Second time, I made it true, added green peppers, no sausage.
    This time, green pepper, no red pepper, added some thyme and some cayene pepper, and basil chicken sausage from Trader Joes. I officially love Trader Joes! This is an awesome recipe!

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  71. I'm really glad I posted this :) I've been meaning to for a long time, was just waiting for the right sausage to fall into my lap!

    Peggy, I love Trader Joe's too! Glad you liked it, I can eat this every week :)

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  72. YUM! Loved this one!
    I used turkey linguica and my grocery store sells turkey chorizo as well. Love these as a lower fat alternative to sausage.

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  73. I had Bistro Sensations Habanero and Monterrey Jack Chicken Sausages on hand so I took the recipe in a spicy direction by omitting the rosemary/garlic and using cajun seasoning.

    FANTASTIC! Love the sweetness of the roasted peppers and onions with the heat of the chicken sausage and the potatoes.

    I can't wait to try it with the rosemary/garlic and I am going to use Bistro Sensations Pesto Chicken Sausages.

    Thanks for another great keeper, Gina!!

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  74. Made this tonight with some tweaks, forget to buy onion, but subbed mushrooms out for the potatoes since we're on a no grains & starch diet this month (Thanksgiving will be the exception!). Since there were no potatoes to cook, peppers, mushrooms & uncooked sausage all went into the oven at 350 degrees for 25 minutes. HEAVENLY! :) Thanks for sharing this one, Gina!

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  75. I made this without meat the first time - it was GREAT. I am making it again tonight with the meat. I am sure it will be delicious. Thanks for sharing. :)

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  76. Made this dish for dinner last night. I substituted the potatoes with sweet potatoes, and used apple flavored chicken sausage, instead of Italian. I also substitued agave nectar for the rosemary. It was all super yummy!!

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  77. Gina, this was delicious! Great flavor and so easy. I made it last night and my husband wanted to add some Portabella mushrooms, so those were good in there too.

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  78. Do you think this would freeze? It is easy and quick but my kids have so many activities that heat and eat is all we have time for :(

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  79. Another family hit! I used smoked turkey sausage Instead of chicken sausage. It did take quite a bit longer than listed for my potatoes to get tender and then browned but it was just delicious (and easy!).

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  80. Can't wait to try this. I love potatoes sooooo much haha

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  81. I'm adding mushrooms and taking out onion

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  82. I am making this tonight. I could not find the sausage so I am using a chicken/red pepper sausage. Also, I added some fresh garlic and red pepper flakes. Smells yummy!

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  83. What an amazing recipe! Made it for my family tonight and even my picky daughter loved it!

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  84. Really delicious! Just made it for lunch. I think I'd like to add some portabello mushrooms, but I thought it was great!! Thanks!

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  85. Another great recipe! I only made this for myself tonight so I have left over ingredients to make it again. I cut my onions a little small and they had caramelized and are so sweet and delish. Thanks again!

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  86. I made this tonight and OMG it was yummy! Even my hubby and daughter loved it! Thanks Gina! I came across your site when I installed Ziplist. LOVE your recpies and your personal "spin."
    How do I follow your blog? Why aren't all of your recipes available to save to Ziplist?

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  87. I'm pretty picky about my sausage, too, which is why I end up making my own when possible (usually with turkey and pork, and for dishes where I can brown it instead of using a casing). I do love that this is a one dish meal...makes cleanup a blast!

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  88. This was very tasty! I could not find that sausage at our store but I find a Hillshire Farm product- kinda like sausage dogs but a chicken apple flavors.

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  89. I loved hearing all your tweaks, you can make it with whatever you have on hand.

    I don't think this would freeze well, not sure.

    Anonymous, you should be able to save all the recipes on ziplist. To follow you can subscribe via email, look on the top right column of my blog.

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  90. Made this for dinner tonight exactly as written. So delicious! Found a very tasty chicken sausage at Whole Foods.

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  91. HeatherJOnes11/29/11, 1:00 AM

    We made this for dinner tonight, it was a hit! Everyone enjoyed it. I used turkey sausage because the store I stopped at didn't have chicken sausage. Also I forgot the rosemary and didn't have any dried around but I did have Italian seasoning that had rosemary in it. Thanks for the great meal!

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  92. My house smells divine! If it tastes half as good as it looks and smells, "a keeper". And the perfect dish to make/cook while watching a football game on Sunday. Chop, chop, while the game starts and get roaring hungry as we WIN. GO RAVENS!

    Pat- Baltimore - a loyal fan of your site!

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  93. I make this all the time during those first few weeks of depressing dark after work, but I add halved brussel sprouts to mine.

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  94. awesome recipe... i used chorizo for a little extra kick & it rocked!!

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  95. I loved this recipe. I am so glad I made it. Great recipe. I will definitely make it again.

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  96. I made this about a month ago and I forgot to report how delicious it was! I made a portion of this with Tofurkey sausage for my vegetarian husband and added extra veggies too but kept the oil the same. My whole family raved how good it was . I bought a big bag of potatoes and made your yummy baked potato soup on Monday and I was looking for a recipe using potatoes for tonight when I remembered this one. Can't wait for dinner tonight!

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  97. I made this tonight, left out the chicken sausage, and used it as a side dish to go along with your Chicken Cordon Blue. Amazing! Husband and I both absolutely loved it. Will be making this again and again. Thanks Gina!

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  98. Where can you buy Al Fresco's sausage? It looks so good!

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  99. Did anyone serve this along side or on top of anything? I want to make this but I wonder if it will be enough to stand on it's own or if I should add anything to the meal.

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    1. My husband and I make this all the time by itself and it is plenty of food and we always have leftovers which reheat nicely!

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    2. when I make this I make some scrambled egg beaters with some spinach wilted on top and some 2% cheddar. sooo filling!

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  100. I made this tonight, with regular turkey smoked sausage (my Kroger didn't have the other), and it was fabulous! Thanks!

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  101. I used turkey sausage because the store I stopped at didn't have chicken sausage.My whole family raved how good it was except using regular hot sausage because it is about impossible to find chicken sausage here .

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  102. made this today with Johnsonville cooked chicken sausage, its got about 30 cals more per link and i think double the fat but somehow it only came out to be 6 points for 1/4th of it.... i also used fingerling potatoes and omitted the rosemary. i thought it was super tasty!

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  103. This was an awesome dinner we had last week. Thanks so much for your great recipes!!

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  104. Made this for dinner, added a little thyme and threw an over-easy egg on top. Yum, thanks Gina!

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  105. Dinner tonight! Thanks!

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  106. Gina,
    I am a fairly new WW and was told about your site. I have enjoyed reading your recipes and made this recipe tonight for dinner. It was delicious. Both my husband and I are trying to eat healthier and stay on program and what a way to do that. This is definitely a repeat dinner for us and we are anxious to try lots more of your recipes. Thanks.

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  107. I like Al Fresco sausages, but LOVE the Bilinski ones if you can find them.

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  108. I just made this and it was so good!! I have never had chicken sausage before ~ I did not like it, but everything else was great! Incl the burnt onions:)

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  109. YUM! We had this tonight and it was very simple to make and very tasty. We ended up with Turkey sausage because I couldn't find chicken sausage. It is definitely a keeper.

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  110. Oh the irony. I pulled some chicken sausage out of the freezer and then I thought "Roasted potatoes would taste great with this. Let me see if Gina has a recipe." I couldn't believe it. Can't wait to try this one!

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  111. Delicious! I don't care for peppers, so I didn't add those, but I used the simply potatoes red potatoes to save on time (I just chopped them smaller). I love your site, makes my WW life a bit easier.

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  112. i did not have sausage so i am using chicken cutlets.. I also put in Asparagus .

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  113. I made these last night.... came out soo yummy! brought the leftovers to work for lunch.... thanks for sharing your recipe

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  114. Could you also make this with kielbasa or do you think it would change the points too much?

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  115. I went "shopping" in a friend's garden today and included zucchini and mild banana pepper in the mix; otherwise I followed the recipe and it's fabulous! Paleo guests arriving this week and this is a perfect meal for them. Thanks Gina...your recipes are always keepers!

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  116. My whole family loved it. I used mild Italian sausage instead for a bit more of kick. Success!!!!

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  117. I make this all the time, last night I changed it up a bit...I did in on the grill(lined with some foil), I also added zucchini and mushrooms. I spiced it with paprika, garlic powder, garam marsala and some cumin..Amazing!, Eating left overs at lunch as we speak :)...Thanks for all your recipes Gina! You give me the courage to tweak and change recipes to my liking!

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  118. Wow. I made this for lunch today, using Turkey Kielbasa in place of the chicken (had some opened that I had to use up). It was delicious! Hubby and I added 2 tbsp ketchup (well, he added 3) to our bowls and stirred it in to make a delicious skinny hash. Hubby was over the moon. I think this is his new favorite dish.

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  119. This was fantastic! I used 1/2 russet and 1/2 sweet potatoes. The roasted onions were my favorite part! Thanks!

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  120. If you use a zip-top bag to coat the veggies with the oil and seasoning then it truly is a one-dish meal!

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  121. I made this tonight with local turkey sausage and LOVED it!!! So good, easy, and only dirtied up the baking pan. Delicious too. Want to try adding some fresh garlic and smoked paprika next time.

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  122. I've had this bookmarked for a while and finally got to test it out today. It's such a low maintenance meal and packs a whole lot of flavor. The chicken sausage was much easier to cut after throwing it in the freezer for 15 minutes while I chopped the veggies, then while the veggies cooked it had a chance to thaw out. I will definitely be making this again - thanks for the recipe!

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  123. This was good; the whole family enjoyed it! Great recipe, easy to make. Thanks!

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  124. Made with vegan sausage and served over polenta. Even my meat-eating family loved it!

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  125. I made this last night and it was delicious. I tend to always use turkey sausage in recipes, but I branched out and tried the chicken. It was great!

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  126. I made this the other day; used turkey sausage instead of the chicken one. It was delicious!

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  127. This was delicious. I never thought I would like rosemary before, but I was wrong. Thanks again, Gina, for another wonderful recipe!

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  128. Making this right now, the kids came to hang around the kitchen because the contents smelled so good while mixing them!

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  129. Made this again last night, so delicious! Tweaked it a little bit since it was just me and my husband and it is just soooooo good!

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  130. I am abominable at cooking but even I was able to make this and it was delicious! I didn't have rosemary and I made it in a toaster oven and I used regular sausage and I'm making it again tomorrow! Smells so good!

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  131. I made this Wednesday night and my 9 yr old loved it, we had it for leftovers last night and it was even tastier. I didn't have any rosemary so I subbed a little dried oregano on the veggies, followed the rest of the recipe exactly and it was delicious! This is a keeper!

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  132. This looks great and I look forward to making it. Did you eat this alone or did you serve it with something else?

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  133. Can't wait to try this! How do you think it would be with sweet potatoes?

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  134. Gina, I made this last night for the first time. I bought the Simply Balanced chicken sausage at Target. It was fantastic! Even my picky 3 1/2 year old son loved it. I used a mix of red and green peppers (since it was what I had at home), Eastern potatoes (again what I had!) and everything was just delicious! It was so filling and I had leftovers! Just curious if you could tell me roughly how much a 1/4 of a serving is? I was going to try to measure it out in cups but forgot to before I served everyone. Thank you for your wonderful recipes! Keep 'em coming!

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  135. So good!!! Used Thin n' Trim All Natural Wildfire Buffalo Chicken Sausage and red potatoes. Love all Gina's recipes!

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  136. Made this for dinner tonight. I unfortunately do not have an operating oven so I made it in my large saute pan on top of the stove and it still turned out lovely. Definitely will be making this again!

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