Smoked Sausage and Potato Skillet
We’ve got an awesome recipe for you inspired by a recent video we made with Chef Tommy Fitzgerald. Smoked sausage, potatoes and more with an incredible stone ground mustard tang. This recipe is so easy to make, so give it a go this week!
- Sausage links
- Small potatoes (whole)
- 1/2 cup broth
- Dash of Worchestershire
- 1 tbsp stone ground mustard
- Garlic salt to taste
Add sausage to cast iron skillet.
Add potatoes to cast iron skillet.
Add celery & onion.
Add 1/2 c of broth to the skillet and a dash of Worchestershire.
Add one tablespoon of stone ground mustard, garlic salt to taste, and then mix everything together.
Smoke at 250 for 2.5-3 hours
The Best Sides for Smoked Sausage Recipes With Potatoes
Our Smoked Sausage and Potato Skillet is a meal on its own. But if you’re looking for the perfect side dishes to pair with smoked sausage and potatoes, here are a few of our favorites:
- Stewy white beans
- Sautéed peppers and onions
- Grilled vegetables
- Potato salad
- Creamy parmesan polenta
- Baked beans
- Classic coleslaw
- Barbecue fries
How Can You Tell if a Sausage Is Cooked?
Measure your sausages’ internal temperature with a meat thermometer to determine whether they’re done. Sausages should reach 155 to 165 degrees Fahrenheit.
So, what color should your links be when fully cooked?
If you’re working with pork or beef sausages, you should notice a pink-red cured color. For poultry sausages, a light pink color is optimal. The texture of the sausage should not be too wet or too dry.
The Best Way to Grill Sausages
Grilled sausages are the perfect food for a backyard cookout as long as you do two simple things — start with the right smoky, meaty links and use the right grill.
The most crucial part of selecting the right sausages to use in your dishes is ensuring they are fresh at the time of purchase. Make sure you’re buying tightly sealed, fully-packaged links that are either refrigerated or frozen. Always check the sell-by date before buying, too. Fresh uncooked sausage should be soft and pinkish in color.
The Best Varieties of Sausage to Use for Your Sausage and Potato Skillet
You can make smoked sausage from ground beef, turkey, pork or a combination of meats — and you can include any variation of seasonings.
Want to take things in a different direction? Instead of your classic sausage, try using bologna, Cajun andouille, German bratwurst, Italian mortadella or hot dogs. Kielbasa, a member of the sausage family, is known for its heady garlic flavor, coarse texture and classic Polish preparation. Feel free to experiment with different meats to find your favorite!
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