Smoked Sausage One Pot Casserole was orginally called: Gone-All-Day (From Your Kitchen) Casserole from the original Grace Church Cookbook. I must do a series on church cookbooks. Send me your favorite recipe from a church cookbook and I’ll send you something. Not sure what, but I’ll think about it while this one-pot stew makes it way to our table. I like to serve it with crusty French bread and butter, and I suggest pasta bowls to catch the juices.
You don’t have to be gone all day as in working fulltime-plus-soccer-and-the-PTA-type of gone all day to need a easy and hearty meal when you finally walk into your door.
No. You just may need to be gone from your kitchen and restore your soul and mind in another part of the house or yard, if not snowing. I imagine some soul restoring could come from time in the yard and snow. But I can only imagine.
My sister doesn’t need to imagine though she may need this recipe. Brookfield, Illinois. Bless her.
This go-to crock pot recipe will be your go-to even on a sunny day on the coast of California. (I’ll make sure Lori doesn’t read today’s post.)
- 1-2 lbs smoked sausage, browning is optional (we are free in Christ)
- 1 onion, sliced
- 6 potatoes, sliced in 1" chunks
- 1 clove garlic
- 2 cans green beans (or 1 can and 2 cups fresh or frozen)
- Place in crock pot in order above
- Cook all day on Low
- Serve in bowls with crusty bread
- Voila! Queen, once again!(Congrats,Your Majesty!)
I always prefer fresh or frozen green beans EXCEPT in this recipe. The canned liquid seasons the stew. I have combined fresh with canned and did that today as we love our green beans here, and some of us are trying to cut back on potatoes. I won’t say who.
I used Costco’s chicken apple smoked sausage but Hillshire works fine. Delish! as Dad would say.Sending Friday’s Feast out a day early this week just in case the snow makes it hard to get to Costco. (Do they deliver?)