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Meanwhile, I've been trying the occasional new recipe for supper. Last night, I tried not one, but two. Both were similar to recipes I've made in the past, but differed slightly, so I thought I would share the links.
First of all, the main course: Polish Sausage with Veggies. This cooks all in one skillet, and is so easy. I used smoked sausage because that's what I had on hand. Also, I did not peel the potatoes but just scrubbed them well before cutting in cubes.I found that it worked best to cover the skillet, although the recipe didn't specify that. A similar recipe I've made calls for cabbage, and I wanted to add cabbage to this one, too, since I had a bag of coleslaw mix that needed to be used. So I did things just a little differently than the recipe. I started by cooking the potatoes, sausage (which I cut in much smaller pieces), and onion in the covered skillet for about 10 minutes, stirring occasionally. Then I added the peppers (I used frozen pepper strips) and the bag of coleslaw mix and the Cajun seasoning, covered the skillet and cooked for another 10 minutes, again stirring occasionally. This is a delicious main dish for fall!
Then, I wanted an easy side dish. I was browsing through an older Simple & Delicious magazine and came across this recipe: Brown Sugar Squash.
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What are you cooking and baking this fall?