Let’s just love on this sausage and potatoes recipe for your St. Patrick’s Day grub over the weekend. It’s clean eating at its best. Very little goes into this recipe and it’s bursting with protein and lots of hearty flavors.
Using any sausage for this will be fine. I happened to use some Italian sausage that is gluten-free and tastes fantastic. Brats would be great too! Whatever the case, this sausage and potatoes recipe you will love.
It’s not hard to make and you don’t have to add any unnecessary seasoning at all. Brussels sprouts are kinda the star here in this dish. Let’s face it, they’re the star in almost any dish! My kids won’t touch them with a ten foot pole. And my husband can’t stand the smell of them roasting!
So, I get to eat these ALL myself! No sharing.
You literally need three main ingredients for this sausage and potatoes recipe:
- Brussels sprouts
- Red Potatoes
If you have a cast iron skillet, you’ll want to use it for this recipe. It makes ALL the difference.
The other ingredients you will need: olive oil, white wine, white wine vinegar, sour cream, & ground mustard.
How To Make Awesome Sausage And Potatoes For St. Patrick’s Day:
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees, then cut up sprouts and potatoes.
- Coat sprouts in white wine and coat potatoes in olive oil.
- Mix all ingredients together then put in cast iron skillet in one layer, sprinkled with salt & pepper.
- Cook for about an hour, flipping ingredients and shaking pan halfway through.
GF (gluten-free) TIP: Always clean your cast iron skillet very well before making a gluten free dish. Chances are the heat burns off any traced gluten. But just in case there would be traces of wheat from past meals, you can soap it or gently scrub. You could even have two skillets and always use one for gluten-free.
The ground mustard, white wine vinegar and sour cream ingredients are for a creamy dip to use in this recipe. It is so good, I’ve licked it from the spoon several times. There is a bite to it that tastes like no other!
Ground mustard gives you this bite. Almost like what horseradish would taste like. It’s just so good, so be sure to make the sauce to smother on this dish!
This Creamy Colcannon with Kale and Bacon Recipe by Gerry over at FOODNESS GRACIOUS….uhmm…be still my heart!! It’s very gluten-free looking and I can’t wait to make it!