As we gear up for Thanksgiving and out of town guests, I want to share a crowd pleasing favorite of ours.
This Apple Sausage and Potatoes is always a hit. Sweet and savory in one bite. It can be prepped the night before and otherwise it is easy to assemble in the morning.
I just served this two weekends in a row to two sets of guests and everyone was pleasantly surprised with the flavors.
Apple Sausage and Thyme Potatoes
:: Optional Step: The night before, peel and slice potatoes, soak them in water and some salt.
:: In the morning, drain potatoes, put them in a microwaveable bowl, drizzle with olive oil, pepper, thyme, salt, toss. Cover and microwave 5-8 minutes (or 2 mins per potato).
:: Remove from microwave and pour entire contents into a pan. :: Add halved apple sausages. Chopped apples and sliced onions are good too.
:: On medium heat, sear/sautéed until apple sauces are aromatic and warmed and potatoes are lightly browned and crisp. Inside though, they are the creamiest potatoes ever.
What to do with that 5-8 mins? Scramble eggs. In a room temperature nonstick pan, spray butter generously. Then break 16 eggs over the butter. Now place pan on stove top on a medium flame. Using a spatula, start moving the egg mixture continuously. Release them off the sides, the bottom, fold it, stir it, don’t stop moving. In about 2-3 minutes, tadahhhh, you’ll have the air-est, fluff-iest, most buttery omelette.
Happy weekend! ☀️ What’s in your plans for today?