Jul 26, 2012

Summer Vegetables with Sausage and Potatoes



Lean Italian chicken sausage with summer bell peppers and zucchini sauteed with baby red potatoes and fresh herbs for a quick one pot meal.

I love a meal that only dirties one pot because although I may love to cook, I really don't love to clean! I labeled this as kid-friendly because my older one (the pickier one) loves this and my younger one will eat the sausage and peppers, but picks out the potatoes. Since every child is different I'll let you decide! This is also gluten-free for those of you with a gluten intolerance, dairy-free and egg-free.

You can use Italian chicken sausage or turkey sausage depending on what is available to you in your area. I've tasted several brands and really came to love Al Fresco's sweet chicken sausage and Premio's chicken sausage. My local health food store and Italian deli also carry their own homemade sausage which is wonderful. If rosemary isn't your thing, use fresh thyme instead.




Summer Vegetables with Sausage and Potatoes
Skinnytaste.com
Servings: 4 • Size: little over 1 3/4 cups • Old Points: 7 pts • Points+: 8 pts
Calories: 326 • Fat: 11 g • Protein: 23 g • Carb: 33.5 g • Fiber: 5.3 g • Sugar: 5 g
Sodium: 897 mg

Ingredients:

  • 1 lb baby red potatoes, cut in half or quartered
  • 2 tsp oil
  • 1/2 tsp garlic powder
  • 1 tsp kosher salt
  • fresh cracked pepper
  • 14 oz Italian chicken sausage, sliced 1-inch thick
  • 1 large onion, chopped
  • 4-5 cloves garlic, smashed with the side of the knife
  • 1/2 orange bell pepper, diced 1-inch squares
  • 1/2 yellow bell pepper, diced 1-inch squares 
  • 1 red bell pepper, diced 1-inch squares
  • 2 tbsp fresh rosemary (or other fresh herb such as thyme)
  • 2 cups zucchini, 1/2 inch thick and quartered

Directions:

Place oil and potatoes in a large, deep non-stick skillet with a tight fitting lid on high heat; season with garlic powder, salt and pepper. When the skillet gets hot and starts to sizzle, reduce heat to low and cook with a tight lid on for about 20-25 minutes, shaking the pan occasionally to prevent the potatoes from burning. Remove from heat and let them sit 5 minutes without removing the lid.  Set potatoes aside on a dish.


Add the sausage to the skillet and saute on medium-low and cook, stirring occasionally until browned but not quite cooked through, about 10 minutes. Season chopped vegetables with salt and pepper. Add onions, peppers, garlic and rosemary to the skillet and mix. Continue cooking stirring occasionally until onions and peppers become slightly browned. Add zucchini and cook an additional 5 minutes, mixing as it cooks until cooked through.


Return the potatoes back to the skillet and mix well. Adjust salt and pepper as needed; cover and cook 5 more minutes.

Makes about 7 1/2 cups.

151 comments :

  1. What a hearty meal! This would be perfect for breakfast with a poached egg on top!

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    1. wow yes it would!

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    2. I thought it was good for dinner. Then, I put some leftovers in a pan with two eggs and some salsa... OMG.

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  2. Yum!! Why didn't I think of this for breakfast!

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  3. Like most of your recipes; another keeper!

    PamF

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  4. Totally making this tonight!

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  5. This is so funny because yesterday I was menu planning for next week and I really wanted to make your Roasted Potatoes, Chicken Sausage and Peppers dinner. But to me that is a winter meal. This is perfect! I am making it next week for sure! YUM! I love all your recipes. Thanks for all your hard work!--Jessica :)

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    1. Right! Who wants to turn the oven on!

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  6. I know what I'm doing with some of the veggies from my fresh box this weekend! :)

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  7. I have tons of squash and zucchini from my CSA shares- do you think the squash would taste good mixed in here as well?

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  8. This sounds so good! I will definitely be eating this soon! Yum!

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  9. Sounds really delicious. No 100% sure if I can find chicken sausage here in Scotland but I know we have a turkey equivalent.
    Just what is needed to cheer up the gloomy weather here in Glasgow !

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  10. This looks amazing! I wish I'd seen it before I went grocery shopping this morning...oh well...next week :)

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  11. Yum! This looks so good! I just bought some chicken sausage this week to make a summer veggie hash :)

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  12. Yum Yum Yum!! Looks SO Healthy and Filling ;)

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  13. I'm interested in trying this, but could someone give me some ideas what brands of chicken Italian sausage I could try?
    I have tried turkey sausage, and am not really crazy about that.
    It tasted salty and artificial some how.
    I might try the chicken sausage.
    Looks like a good recipe!

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    1. My favorite Italian chicken sausage comes from Whole Foods, if you have one where you live. Sunfower Market/Sprouts and Trader Joe's are also prety good.

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    2. I get my chicken sausage from Top Tomato, and it is pretty good. If you have one by you, you could try there.

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    3. We found ours at Trader Joe's - make sure it isn't the pre-cooked, although those are good too.

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  14. Mmm! I wonder if this would be good with kielbasa in place of sausage (yes, I'm from Pittsburgh): )...

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    1. Kielbasa would be good! We are on a tight budget and the - (chicken sausage (most meats) are expensive but kielbasa would make this budget friendly. Thank you for the idea!

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  15. One dish deliciousness! Love this.

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  16. Perfect timing! I just bought chicken sausage at Trader Joe's and wanted to make it tonight. I will make this tonight and just let my hubby eat all the potatoes because I am watching my carbs. Love all your recipes!

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    Have a great week.

    LOVE Maria at inredningsvis.se
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  18. This is delicious! I just had it for dinner, so good!

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  19. I just bought a bunch of chicken sausage so I'm excited to try this. the chicken I have has 120 cals and 6 grams of fat per link. Is this okay?

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  20. This is a must try, looks so delicious! Thanks for sharing!

    Jill

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  21. Looks like some tasty eats! (And perfect timing since I need to use up a bunch of veggies and love taters.) :)

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  22. Very good. My husband asked me to make another batch for his lunches next week!

    Then I saw your roasted recipe that almost the same. Hate to fire up the oven, but that's a keeper for this winter.

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  23. I saw this recipe this morning and my future mother-in-law and I decided that we NEEDED to do this tonight. I literally just ate it. It was sooo good. A couple of things I tried/wanted to add:

    * Use FRESH rosemary, not the dried stuff. We used dry, thinking it was a shortcut. It didn't wreck it, but it would have been better had we not tried the dried stuff.

    * I might suggest slicing the onions instead of chopping them. They got lost in all of the thicker-cut stuff. The recipe did not specify which onions to use, so we went with red which was perfect.

    * The timing was just right for everything. Whoever timed this did a great job. Also, the serving sizes were accurate too. We fed 3 people, and we had about 2 cups left over...enough for another person to eat.

    *We just used regular salt and pepper, not Kosher Salt or Cracked Pepper. I don't know if it would have made it better, but it tasted good with the regular stuff.

    Everyone try this RIGHT NOW. I highly recommend it!

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  24. Wow this was delicious and simple to make! Definitely a keeper!!

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  25. I made this tonight...super tasty and easy! ...although mine didn't look as pretty as yours! :-)

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  26. This looks really good. I'm going to pin it and hopefully make it soon!

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  27. Oh my gosh, this is so up my alley! I love it!

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  28. We have a weekly CSA produce box from a local farmer and hadn't used up a bunch of our stuff from last week. This used quite a bit of it and was fantastic! Hubby is a bit picky with veggies and he loved it. We ran out of onion so we omitted it and added a mix of rosemary and thyme from our garden to add a little bit more flavor since the onion went missing.

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  29. This looks delicious!!! I have some turkey kielbasa in my freezer and was wondering what to do with it. I think I'll try this!

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  30. This is so pretty! A perfect meal! I'm always looking for something new with sausage and this looks perfect!

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  31. This looks very good, and is my type of easy dinner meal. I will definitely give it a try.

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  32. Thank you for this idea. Definitely nice to just dirty one pan and come to think of it, I bet both my kids (3 and 1) would eat at least some of the stuff in it. :) Will try this weekend for sure.

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  33. This looked so delicious and I had all the ingredients on hand, so I made it for dinner yesterday. Delicious! Will use the leftovers with eggs this morning.Thanks for the recipe...Balisha

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  34. I love the colors in this dish, I add some chicken broth and white wine and serve over bow ties or linguine.

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  35. Think this would work well in a dutch oven?

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  36. could this be done in a slow cooker??

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    1. Good idea, im going to try it in a slow cooker!

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  37. This was awesome. My family loved it and like Balisha, I also had it with eggs this morning. YUM YUM!!!

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  38. We had this for dinner last night. My husband was very impressed and said it's a keeper!! Was delish!! I chopped the onions larger pieces and everything was perfect!! Didn't have the rosemary but I have the Wildtree Herbs Rancher's Steak Rub that I use with zucchini all the time. Was perfect! When we finished, we decided we were having the leftovers for brunch tomorrow with added scrambled eggs and tortillas!! Thank you!!

    I've been following you for a while on Pinterest and this is my first post. I just wanted to tell you that we have loved all the recipes I've found here!! Great job!!

    PS - My husband just walked by and asked what I was doing and told him that I was posting regarding your recipe. He said again how great it was and is looking forward to brunch!!

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  39. Very informative post!

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  40. Gina, This looks delicious! I would love a recommendation for a pan to use. None of my non-stick pans have lids.

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  41. I bet my boyfriend would love this!

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  42. I am eating this as I type. It is fantastically flavored and the summer veggies are excellent with the sausage! Another delicious low fat recipe. Thanks Gina!

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  43. Made this today. Unfortunately, 25 minutes were nowhere near enough for my potatoes to cook through, so had to tweak the recipe a little bit, but it was delicious in the end!

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  44. I am absolutely loving this dish -- it's so colorful and bright and totally my thing! I love using chicken sausage in just about everything and this meal could be served for lunch, dinner, or even brunch. Noms are on.

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  45. Thanks for a great recipe. I love the premio sausage and use theirs all the time. Even the italian premios sausage. This recipe is great and use all of your recipes...thank you

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  46. We had it with eggs for brunch this morning. Another fantastic meal! Thanks so much!

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  47. Can you tell me how many points (or at least the calories) your 14oz of sausage has? That will make it much easier to find substitutes without affecting the points per serving. Thanks!

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  48. GINA
    YOU ROCK! This was so darn good it will make you wanna slap your momma, for which I add I don't advise doing this because all momma's have eyes in the back of their heads. But I also got to hand it to you because you do the almost impossable, you make healthy foods so darn yummy! My hubby watches alot of those cheif contests and I'm thinkin, who can't make foods taste good if you over use cream, sugar, fat or salt. That's almost a no brainer/easy. I'd love to see those cheifs TRY making it yummy and good for you and see how well they do. You should toss your hat into that compatition because you would take the prize. This recipe is another knock your socks off example. Gonna keep it in the favorites file. Thank you.... AGAIN!

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  49. Love this! Looking for things I can add hot peppers to that my boyfriend is growing in the garden (he has 25 pepper plants. I don't eat spicy foods. Needless to say they are coming out of ears!) I bet this would be sooooo good with peppers!

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  50. Made this today with Italian turkey sausage and I absolutely loved it.

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  51. Making this as we speak. At 25 min. on low my potatoes have not even begun to cook. Put them back on med for a while, and we'll see what happens.

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    1. THANK YOU for your input that is helpful to making the recipe!! I get so sick of the "wow, this looks great!" and "can't wait to try it!" comments when what I really need are people to say what they may or may not have needed to tweak. Now I know as I make this right now, I'll need to go up on the heat on my potatoes. THANK YOU!

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  52. I made this over the weekend and used leftovers to add eggs for breakfast. This is a dish I am adding to our family dinners. I used Trader Joe's Smoked Apple Chardonnay Chicken Sausage and it was completely delicious! No guilt because it is so low-cal!

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  53. Made this tonight. Delicious. We like al fresco chicken sausage, although tonight I used some we picked up from he local farmers market. Also, added tomatoes, they're so good right now, at the end. Off the charts good.

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  54. Hi Gina!! I made this for dinner tonight and it was incredible! One of my new favorites. Ty so much for the recipe. Absolutely loved the rosemary!

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  55. Got excited to see this recipe as i have been doing this for such a long time now. it started as my lazy morning breakfast for my kids when they were little, Only easier version without the potatoes. Just mushroom slices and big rings of onions and 2 tbsp of oyster sauce, if they are lucky i add chicken breast strips. It works all the time.Yours is much healthier with veggies.I'll try it too!happy to know it wasn't a lazy meal after all ;D

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  56. Made this last night!! Yummy it's a keeper!!

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  57. So delicious and easy!!! Made it tonight using Lightlife Veggie Italian Sausage and it turned out perfect, with enough tasty leftovers for me to bring to work for lunch the rest of the week. This recipe is a definite keeper--it's a beautiful and tasty way to eat your veggies! I look forward to making it again for friends. Thank you so much!

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  58. Hi Gina, I featured this dish on my blog. Too interesting not to. ;D

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  59. Thank you for another delicious recipe. The only thing i did different was I cut up the potatoes and microwaved them before adding to the oil just to speed up the process. My whole family really enjoyed it. thanks again - Annie

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  60. I made this last night and it was fantastic! My husband loved it too. I used dried Thyme in place of the fresh Rosemary.

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  61. I've made this twice now and it will now be a staple in the dinner rotations! The tastiest way to eat my veggies. I'm going to try it with bison taco meat for a different flavor profile.

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  62. I have tried a bunch of your recipes and they are AWESOME! I'm going to try this tonight, but neither my husband nor I are Rosemary or Thyme fans. I DO have fresh Basil growing out back so I was thinking of adding that instead. What do you think? Or has anyone tried this with basil?

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  63. This looks absolutely lovely! I'd make it with vegetarian sausage, I'm sure it would be just as good.

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  64. This is very tasty, but nothing got browned or charred on medium-low heat. The sausage looks a little sad. Next time, I'll sauté stuff on medium-high. I also made it with basil. :-)

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  65. I like the way you add sausage on it. Love the colors of vegetables! So yummy!

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  66. Yet another home run recipe! Considering it's a hot dish, it still looks like it should taste fresh and summery. And love one-pot meals (and cleanup) :)

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  67. Gina, I am trying this for the second time tonight, my mother in law and I are trying to modify it as a crock pot meal, too hot to turn on the oven! I'll let you know how it turns out!

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  68. I just made this and it tastes so good. My only problem was that nothing browned like the pic for me.

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  69. Made this last night - it was awesome.

    For me, cutting the potatoes very small helped with the cooking - they browned easily.

    Also, I used zucchini and squash and only red peppers. It was delightful with spicy parmesan sausage! I will definitely make this again.

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  70. I made this on Sunday to have for dinner for the week. Somehow some way I didn't end up having a bit of it until today, and it's sooo good! When I tasted it, I wanted a bit more salt, so I added a few shakes of hot sauce (also cause I'm a bit country, lol). Something about the hot sauce and the rosemary, wow! This is something I'm definitely going to have again before summer vegetable season is out!

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  71. Wow, this is so gorgeous and I'm drooling over the combination of flavors! I'm featuring this post in today's Food Fetish Friday (with a link-back and attribution). I hope you have no objections and I love the inspiration I get from your food…

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  72. Gina, how can I make this in the oven? I want to make a tray of it for a party.

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    1. This recipe can help...
      http://www.skinnytaste.com/2011/10/roasted-potatoes-chicken-sausage-and.html

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  73. This was delicious. I expected complaints from my two picky children, but they ate the food up without any whining. I put ours in a tortilla with a little sour cream and tabasco and it was perfection!

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  74. Yummmmmm this came out soo good. I made this tonight an kept the potatoes separate so that my husband could mix pasta with his, and I added the potatoes to my dish without pasta. The vegetables came out perfect and the rosemary was so delicious. Thanks for another great recipe!!!!

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  75. This is so delicious. The skillet I had on hand was too small, so I ended up roasting the potatoes while I cooked everything else. I also substituted an Italian seasoning blend for the rosemary because I'd run out. Very pleased! Economical, healthy, easy, and delicious. My favorite meal.

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  76. Wow! This was better than I anticipated. I had a variety of summer squashes that were new to me, but then didn't have any more room for the zucchini! I'll save those for your zucchini bread. I had fresh thyme and that added a really nice touch to the dish. Yummmy!!!!

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  77. This was excellent! My husband is picky but he went back for thirds!! I loved it!

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  78. This is really a filling meal! I made it because I thought I could get my husband to eat veggies, but I found it delicious as well!

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  79. Made this tonight with a slight change in the type of sausage... GREAT dish!

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  80. This was AWESOME!! Hubby asked that it get put in the weekly rotation. ONLY diference was that 1 # of potatoes = 5 small/medium red potatoes - I cut each into 6-8 pieces. 20 mins was perfect for the cooking time. Also added a bit of cajun seasoning to the veg and added 1/2 # of haricot verts (thin green beans). AWESOME!! THANK YOU!!!!

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  81. Made this for supper tonight. It got a thumbs up from everyone - even the picky 6 year old! It's a keeper!

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  82. I made this for dinner last night and my husband and I both loved it! Thanks for the recipe!

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  83. This is really tasty! I used hot italian turkey sausage in place of the chicken sausage, a mix of dried rosemary, dried thyme, and herbes de provence in place of the fresh rosemary, and a summer squash in place of the zucchini. It takes a while to put together, but it is really good.

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  84. We just inhales this for dinner. So delicious! I used hot Italian sausage as well, and dried rosemary. Thank you for a great new recipe!

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  85. Made this for dinner tonight and everyone loved it!! Such great flavor

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  86. This was soo good. My husband said it reminded him of sausage onnion and peppers on the grill which is his favorite in the summer time! Now I can make it year round for him! He actually went for seconds!

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  87. wow that does sound good! I'd do scrambled eggwhites with this! Definitely trying this recipe within the week!

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  88. Do you think this would hold as a make ahead and re-heat later dish? I want to make this to bring to a cousin who just had a baby but I want it to be easy for them to just re-heat. Any hints?

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  89. *pats belly* This was sooo good! Just made it, just ate it and I'm now in a bliss state of fullness. After a long week at work this didn't require too much effort on a Friday night and all of the fresh veggies add tons of flavor (hint: I like things spicy so I cut up a fresh large jalepeno to kick it up a notch) and it doesn't make me feel like all of my calorie watching and running I did this week as gone to waste! Great meal 2 thumbs up + 1 happy tummy

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  90. Thanks so much for posting this...I can't wait to try it. I'm so glad I found your site!!!

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  91. Made this tonight, it was soooooo good. Even the picky 9 year old didn't have much to complain about.

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  92. Made this last night and it was great! I boiled my potatoes till they were just about done and then drained them and added the oil and potatoes back to the pot to brown them and proceeded on with the rest of the recipe. I used the same pot (my dutch oven) so it was still a one-pot meal! I also added more of the other veggies. Had enough left for hubby and daughter to take to work and some for me this morning for breakfast (scrambled an egg with it.)

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  93. I have made this recipe twice in the past week and absolutely love it!!! Thank you!

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  94. Tasty recipe that we both liked, but why does the print version include part of the blog post? I printed without checking it over (my bad) and it came out to two pages because of the extraneous stuff at the top. I sound like such a whiner, but it's kind of annoying you know?

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  95. Just made it for my son, who can't eat any of the top 6 (soy, milk, wheat, egg whites, peanuts and shellfish.) He loved it and so did I! This would be great over a bed of quinoa too!!

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  96. Made this for dinner tonight, soooo good! Thanks Gina!

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  97. this was a phenomenal dish...picky family and they ate it up. i didn't make any variations as i am not a great cook, this website is wonderful and simple. thanks for the recipes and the easy to follow steps.

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  98. I made this tonight and it was amazing! My hubby is anti chicken or turkey sausage and I am on WW so pork was out. Instead I used chunks of sirloin and adjusted the cooking time. I forgot the onions (not sure how that happened) and the herbs, but it was still great! Mushrooms would be delish in this!

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  99. Amazingly delicious! Made this for dinner tonight almost exactly as written, except my potatoes weren't done after 20min, so I nuked them for a bit while the sausage and veggies cooked. I deglazed the pan with a splash of white wine because I was afraid of the stuck spices/onions burning. My husband votes strongly for shrimp next time and I think it'll be awesome, and it was already super good and flavorful. I'll be making this often!

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  100. I made this for a breakfast carry in --- it was nearly all gone! I really loved having a gluten-free, dairy free choice at the carry-in!! I cooked it in my cast iron, then transfered it to my crock-pot to leave the house!

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  101. My kids love this dish SO much. I love the beautiful colors...I also love that you can pretty much throw in any veggies on hand and it is awesome. Baby portabello mushrooms were to die for in this. Thanks Gina!!

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  102. This was a really cool way to cook potatoes... never tried that before!

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  103. I pinned this on pinterest and finally made it tonight, it was delicious! I used an enameled cast iron dutch oven to make it, and used an italian dried herb mix instead of rosemary. Needed to cook longer until the potatoes were more 'done' or softer. My husband loved it and I will definitely make it again.

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  104. I am probably getting boring, praising all your recipes all the time, but you deserve it! So, after having your cauliflower soup and altered mini muffin omelets for lunch, I come home and make this for dinner. It was amazing! Even better than I thought it would be, so thanks and congratulations once again =)

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  105. made this for dinner tonight very yummy and very colorful!

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  106. I made this for dinner tonight, a friend had given me a few heirloom tomatoes today so I let it cool a little and added some of those chopped up with basil, the result was tasty! thanks for the inspiration!

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  107. Can I make this with sweet potatoes?

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  108. This is a sausage dish my family has made for generations, potatoes, onions and sausage being the constant--other veges as are in season. Good stuff. For a twist, add quarters of fresh tomatoes and serve with crumbled feta on top. Sliced apple or pear also adds a nice dimension.

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  109. Shelly in CO1/11/13, 9:30 AM

    Had this last night.. Soo good! My 10 year old went back 3 times-minus onions!
    Love all of you recipes-have one most nights and have lost about 10 lbs so far! Keep up the good work!

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  110. Made this last night for my husband and I and it was delish!! He loved it, he did not even notice the zucchini and when he was done he said that was "really really good" "It was full of veggies and was so flavorful"

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  111. Anyone tried this with meatless sausage?

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  112. This was really delicious and a good way to use up my leftover pepper and onion bits! I used Tony Cachere's creole seasoning for more of a cajun twist since I am not a fan of Rosemary... all I have to say is Yummo!

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  113. Thank you for all of your wonderful recipes! This is one of my family's favorites. My 2 year old even gobbles it up, veggies and all.

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  114. Sooooo good. Seriously, I have not tried a recipe of yours yet that I did not like. I don't know what I would do without your site. Thank you for all your efforts. :) Almost all of the recipes I use come from skinnytaste!

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  115. This looks wonderful. May I ask if you serve anything else with it?

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  116. This looks wonderful. May I ask if you serve anything else with it?

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  117. This was amazing for dinner last night and I'm just about to attempt the microwave reheating of leftovers. The only thing we did differently was cooked the potatoes separately in their own pan at the same time as the sausage & veggies. Time > Dirty Pans in my house! It cut down the time to about 30 minutes total: 10 minutes to chop everything, 20 to cook it all.

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  118. Yours came out WAY prettier than mine! Still, it was delicious.

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  119. i love this dish! i like to use smoked turkey kielbasa. it adds for faster cooking as well. And its REALLY good with an egg on top!

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  120. I wish I would have read the comments before starting this! My potatoes weren't even close to be done after 40 minutes so I ended up having to roast them in the oven. Then I made the mistake of putting the lid on when the veggies went in, which made them sweat, which means the onion and peppers never got brown. Ugh. But it tastes DELICIOUS so who cares if it ain't pretty? Thank you, Gina!

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  121. I made this tonight for dinner though we used pork sausage cause I couldn't find chicken. But it turned out so amazing! We served it over quinoa and it was so good and we even have enough for lunch tomorrow. This will be a keeper in my house! Thank you for sharing!

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  122. The sodium content is so high....how can it be reduced by at least one half.

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  123. Does this end up with any kind of liquid/sauce to it, or is it a dry dish? My husband (who thinks gravy goes with everything) would like it to have some kind of wetness to it. Not that it will stop me from making it if it doesn't, I am just curious...

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  124. This was amazing! My BF says he has dreams about it - he would eat it every day if I would let him. So easy and delicious! Very forgiving recipe - you can add or sub in anything you have in abundance and whatever fresh herbs you have on hand. We were almost fighting over the leftovers.

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  126. This recipe is incredible. I love how it kind of turned into a stew. So easy and tastes homemade in the best way. It made the house smell amazing and I can't wait to make it again. Easily scaled up or down depending on the size of the crowd. Thanks for the recipe! I just featured it on my blog, bigcitydreamsbyabby.blogspot.com.

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  127. I made this recipe with spicy sausage. It was absolutely amazing. I did what others suggested and made breakfast with the left overs.. Ah! it was just as good! I scrambled some eggs into it with some cheese! yummmmyyyy! Thanks for the recipe!

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  128. Really, really good with any kind of vegetables. Very simple to make! I loved it!!

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  129. Delicious! I'm making this for our Outer Banks vacation this year. I have to cook for 20 but I'll have help chopping the veggies and how simple to just get 4-5 skillets going at one time! I'm thinking some fresh bread from the oven would be a great addition. I'm thinking our crowd will love this.

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  130. This was SERIOUSLY AMAZING! I used spicy turkey sausage. A little difficult to cut because it's so soft. Next time, I might put it in the freezer for a bit to make it a little easier to cut. I also added a container of crimini mushooms sliced in half. I kept my heat on medium with my potatoes (I used baby Yukon Golds cut in about 3/4 inch pieces as that's what came in my farm box). About 10 minutes in when they were getting a bit brown and carmelized, I put in about an 1/8 cup of red wine to deglaze while the potatoes were still in there, then popped the lid on for about 3-4 minutes until the wine was gone. This bit of steam got the potatoes done well within the 20 minutes but kept them brown and delicious - and with great flavor! I used an orange and yellow bell pepper and threw in some cayenne for a little heat. The hubby and I both couldn't stop saying YUM as we ate it!

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  131. This may be a silly question, but do you remove the casing first before cooking the sausage?

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  132. Well - I wasn't sure how my boys would like this ... but they did. Cut the baby potatoes up finer than prob. you do. I, too did not have them done in even half an hour - so I popped them in the microwave for a few minutes to finish them.
    I think I would really like to try this again with a Kielbasa. I used dried thyme (no fresh) and instead of zucchini (again didn't have any) I used mushrooms.
    I cooked mine in a huge cast iron dutch oven on the stove. I prob. also cooked mine longer .... but I like the crispy bits of onions. I think I'd cut the peppers a little smaller. Smelled great .... definitely will save this one! Very good!

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  133. Just a thought - I cut my sausages with kitchen shears ... worked well!

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