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Sausage and Potato Stovetop Casserole

I am a lazy cook and I like quick meals after a long day at work. I like sausage and I like potatoes so I decided to combine them one day and cook them in butter. But I also like sweet things so I decided to drip some honey over it and see what happened. Instant like!!

Ingredients

 1 package Butterball™ turkey sausage
 2-3 medium size baking potatoes, peeled and sliced twice
 1/2 stick butter
 2-3 Tablespoons honey
 Mrs. Dash™ garlic blend
 tarragon
 oregano
 crush basil leaves

Directions

Slice entire package of turkey sausage. Peel potatoes, slice and then slice in 1/4's so all pieces are uniform sized. Smaller pieces cook faster. In large frying pan over medium-hi heat melt about 1/2 stick butter. Add sausage and potatoes. Drizzle about 2-3 Tablespoons of honey over everything. Then season with Mrs. Dash, a pinch of oregano, a pinch of basil leaves, and a pinch of tarragon. Cook over medium-hi heat, turn ingredients over often to avoid burning. Everything is done when potatoes are cooked tender, or about 15 minutes. This recipe works equally well on the stove or over an outdoor campfire. Serve with a side salad or fire-roasted vegetables if desired.

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Sausage Potatoes Butter Honey Campfire Stovetop

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