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Author Notes: Rustic and delicious for the winter months and easy to make —Karen hambrecht
8 to 10
Sausages hot and sweet or whatever you like. I go half and half
2 to 3
cups 2large onions sliced
5 or 6
Potatoes cut up in bite size pieces
- Brown sausages in the broiler section in your oven
- Cut up,two large onions in slices and then peel and chop 5 to 6 potatoes
- After the sausages brown up, slice them into bite size pieces, chop onions in slices and cut up potatoes in bite size piecse
- After you chop up everything, put it all in a big baking pan and hit with about a 1/4 to 1/2 cup of olive oil, hit with 3/4 cups of red wine and bake until everything is crisp and yummy. About 2 hours. Some times more,mdepending on how much ingredience you put in. House smells delicious and its very satisfying on a cold night like here on long island right now. Very easy recipe and gets easier as you do it
- Every 10 to 15 min turn over potatoes sausage and onions so the potatoes get crispy and the sausages get nice and brown
- Pre heat oven to 375 degrees. Sometimes I put it up to 400 degrees because my oven is not that great. But thismis