Smoked Sausage and Potato Hash

What do you do when you forget to put something in the refrigerator to thaw for dinner? Often times, for me, I look to make something using a rope of smoked sausage – such was the case this evening.

I like to have a rope of smoked sausage on hand for evenings just like this. I’ve used it to make a delicious sausage, broccoli and red pepper pasta using this sausage. I thought of doing another pasta, but decided that I’d do a potato hash, instead.

I started by dicing 5-6 red potatoes.

In addition to the potatoes, I sliced the sausage and 2 onions.

I sprayed the hot wok (I used my wok because it is big and cast iron) with avocado oil, and added in the onions and the seasonings. After cooking a few minutes, I also added in the garlic.

After the onions have started to soften, add in the potatoes and sausage – add one at a time, allowing each to get a little brown (if you use a hot cast iron skillet or wok, this will be easy!).

After the potatoes and sausage get a little brown, pour in the water – stir through and cover. Stir occasionally to keep the potatoes from sticking.

Once the potatoes have softened, you’re good to go!

Smoked Sausage and Potato Hash

1 rope of smoked sausage, sliced
5-6 red potatoes, diced
2 onions, sliced thin
1 tbsp minced garlic
1 tbsp Cavender’s Greek Seasoning
1 tsp dried parsley
1 tsp black pepper
1 tsp salt
1 cup water
Avocado oil spray

  • Dice potatoes
  • Slice smoked sausage
  • Slice onions
  • Add avocado oil to a large skillet or wok
  • Add in onions and seasonings and cook until the onions start to soften
  • Add in the garlic and cook for 3-5 min
  • Add in the potatoes and, finally, the sausage
  • After allowing the sausage and vegetables to get a little brown, add in the cup of water
  • Cover skillet and cook until potatoes are done (stir occasionally)

2 Comments on “Smoked Sausage and Potato Hash

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