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It's Pub Fare..........it's simple. Real Simple....
This book was at the local library....I own one of The Real Simple cookbooks but this one had some recipes I have not tried before.
We like sausage.
4 TB Butter
1 pound (roughly) of Russet Potatoes, coarsely grated
1 onion, coarsely grated
½ cup flat leaf parsley, chopped
2 TB olive oil
Sausage (the recipe called for 12 sweet Italian sausages but I used larger Bratwurst)
Tomatoes – You can use cherry tomatoes or fat vine-ripened tomatoes
Are you ready for easy?! Divide up your dinner duties here.
Hands on time: 25 minutes / Total Time 40 Minutes
I grabbed two frying pans. Doug made Bloody Marys.
Melt the butter in a frying pan and add potato and onion, cooking until softened. Add salt and pepper to taste and get them nicely browned.
If you use a spatula you can press the potatoes into the pan, making a good crust. Notice my potatoes look like rice? That is because I used a ricer after cooking them....such a creamy texture. Try it!
Meanwhile, heat the oil in a second frying pan or skillet. Prick your sausages with a fork, cook, turning them over every few minutes. This will take about 15 minutes.
Pour off all but a few tablespoons of fat from the sausage pan. Add tomatoes. Cook, tossing around the pan occasionally.
Brenda’s Canadian Kitchen hosts Cookbook Sundays.............grab a Bloody Mary and go see what others have prepared...better yet, join in!
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