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saus3This is probably the easiest dinner I make. Yay for easy and tasty.

This is another recipe that can work for whatever ingredients are on hand. I usually use bratwurst and keilbasa, but any types of sausage will work. I also add bell pepper when I have it, but it’s good without too.

Could food possibly be less demanding?

This is good over rice, pasta, or by itself.


Sausage and Onions

6 links Bratwurst, cut in 1 inch slices
1 link Kielbasa, cut in 1 inch slices
2 to 3 onions, sliced (we really like onions)
1 bell pepper cut in strips
1 1/2 cups beef broth
1 tbsp minced garlic
1 tsp red pepper flakes
2 tbsp butter
Salt and Pepper

In a deep non-stick skillet heat butter. Add onions, salt, pepper. Cook until translucent, about 5 minutes. Add sliced Bratwurst. Cook until browned. Add Kielbasa, red pepper, garlic. Cook on medium heat until Bratwurst is nearly cooked through, about 5-7 minutes. Add beef broth, bring to a boil, cover and cook an additional 10 minutes. Remove cover and cook until liquid reduces an makes a gravy, 10-15 minutes.  Serve over buttered pasta, mashed potatoes, rice, or plain.

saus1The sausage is easiest to slice when it’s still partially frozen.

saus11Add Bratwurst to onions and cook until browned

saus6Add broth to pan after sausages have almost cooked through and seasonings have been added

saus4Boil seriously until sauce reduces to a nice thick, juicy gravy of oniony goodness.

saus5I had battery issues, this is the best picture I could get. Serve meat any way you’d like. Tonight I went with Latkes, Brotchen and Sauerkraut. Usually I make warm German potato salad but the kids wanted Latkes, so like a good (hungry) mom I gave in.

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