Wow, that's a long title. I really really need to come up with a better one! ;) I've also decided that all these recipes I've found on Pinterest, I need to repin to the links on my blog instead of someone elses! ;) Then I can see what changes I made each time and maybe, just maybe, get a new reader or two... Not that it really matters because lately it seems like I'm the only reader here, but whatever!
Moving on, this is yet another Pinterest find and quickly became a family favorite. Here is the link to the original recipe.You will need:
(Now keep in mind I doubled the original because I feed a family of 6, including two very hungry grown men!)
- 2 links of your favorite sausage. I used Holmes Smokehouse Venison and Pork
- 4 Bell peppers. I used one of each color just to make it look pretty. Use whatever you'd like
- 8 potatoes
- Jar of Banana Peppers
- Diced Onion
- Salt, Pepper, Cajun Seasoning (or however you'd like to season it)
- Olive Oil
Wash your potatoes up good, but don't bother to skin them. A lot of the goodness in potatoes is in the skins anyway! Cut them into chunks and toss them on your baking sheet sprayed with Pam
Chop up your onion and bell peppers (I just do a rough chop because we like the big chunks)
Cut your sausage into bite size chunks and add it on top. Add your seasonings (to your taste) and drizzle some olive oil over the top. Now comes the fun part... Take your (washed) hands and toss it all together so the oil covers everything! (And remember, it doesn't take much, just a light drizzle over the top of everything)
Pop it into a 400 degree oven for about 30 - 35 minutes.
I give mine one final mix after it comes out of the oven and then dish it up. It's a super easy meal (One which we finalized this time with brownies) and great for a winter night!