How To Make Pan-fried potatoes, Onions, and Smoked Polish Sausage
Preparation Time: Approximately 15-20 minutes (this includes chopping the vegetables and sausage).
Cooking Time: Around 25-30 minutes (this includes sautéing onions, cooking potatoes, and sausage, and sautéing peppers).
Total Time: Approximately 40-50 minutes.
Step into the world of culinary delight with our recipe for “Fried Potatoes, Onions, and Smoked Polish Sausage!!”
Oh!! This dish embodies the essence of comfort food, offering a symphony of flavors and textures that will leave your taste buds dancing with joy. Imagine the aroma of sizzling onions in a pan, their natural sweetness caramelizing to perfection. Picture the russet potatoes, expertly diced into bite-sized cubes, crisping up to a golden brown in a harmonious blend of olive oil and butter. The seasoned salt and Italian seasoning infuse each potato morsel with an irresistible depth of flavor, while black pepper adds a hint of warmth.
But the star of the show is undoubtedly the smoked Polish sausage, with its smoky, savory notes that infuse the entire dish. Sliced to just the right thickness, it joins the potatoes in the skillet, becoming a partner in culinary crime. As the potatoes and sausage mingle and cook, their flavors meld together, creating a tantalizing medley that’s impossible to resist. Then, enter the bell peppers, dressed in vibrant shades of red and green, adding a burst of color and a satisfying crunch. Sautéed to a sweet crispness, they elevate the dish to new heights, providing a fresh and bright contrast to the rich, earthy flavors of the potatoes and sausage. As you bring it all together, the sautéed onions rejoin the ensemble, completing this symphonic dish. The final touch, a sprinkle of shredded Parmesan cheese, is optional but highly recommended for those seeking an extra layer of indulgence.
So!! Whether you’re preparing a cozy family dinner or entertaining guests, this recipe is your ticket to culinary applause. It’s a versatile dish, equally suitable for brunch, lunch, or dinner. The preparation may take a little time, but the satisfaction it brings to your taste buds is worth every minute. So, step into your kitchen, don your apron, and embark on a culinary journey that promises to delight your senses and leave you with a satisfied smile. Join us as we explore the steps to create this delectable masterpiece, sure to become a cherished favorite in your repertoire.
1.5 pounds of Russet potatoes, diced into 1/2-inch cubes.
1 pound of smoked sausage, sliced.
2 tablespoons of olive oil.
1/2 teaspoon of seasoned salt.
1/2 teaspoon of Italian seasoning.
Half a tsp of a diced large red bell pepper.
Half tsp of diced a large green bell pepper.
1 small onion, finely diced.
Black pepper, to taste.
Shredded Parmesan cheese, for garnish
First, in a spacious skillet, gently cook the onion in a generous tablespoon of butter over medium heat until the onion becomes translucent.
Next, continue cooking the onion until it reaches a tender consistency. Remove the cooked onion from the pan and set it aside.
Then, in a generous skillet, melt 1 tablespoon of butter along with 1 tablespoon of olive oil, and once the butter has melted, add the potatoes, seasoned salt, Italian seasoning, and pepper, combining them thoroughly.
Following this, cover the skillet and let the mixture simmer, turning the ingredients occasionally, for approximately 15 minutes or until the vegetables have slightly softened.
Subsequently, continue cooking for an additional 10 minutes after adding the sausage. In a separate large skillet, combine the sautéed onions and peppers, cooking until the peppers reach a tender crispness. Lastly, if you’re using Parmesan cheese, sprinkle it over the top.
– Ensure uniform potato cubes for even cooking and crispiness.
– Experiment with different cheeses like cheddar, Monterey Jack, or feta.
– Sprinkle fresh herbs like parsley, chives, or cilantro for added freshness.
– Skip the sausage and increase veggies or add vegetarian protein like tofu.
– Add jalapeños or red pepper flakes for a spicy kick.
– -Top with a fried or poached egg for a breakfast twist.