Monday, February 01, 2010

Sausage Hashbrown goodness

This is pure comfort food, in my book.
Potatoes? Check.
Cheese? You bet.
Pork? Yeah, baby.
Perfection.

Please keep in mind that I don't measure anything.
I just eyeball it.
Several people have suggested I write a cookbook, but that just makes me laugh because I don't use measurements.
Whatever.
Just toss it all in. It'll work.



1 can condensed cream soup (mushroom, chicken, potato, etc.)
1 cup (8 oz.) sour cream
dash of garlic
chopped onion, (I use the dehydrated kind)
black pepper
a healthy dose of Lawry's Seasoning Salt
1 package (2 lbs.) frozen hash brown potatoes
2 cups sharp shredded cheddar cheese
1/2 lb. cooked sausage

In a large bowl, combine the soup, sour cream and seasonings. Add potatoes, cooked sausage and cheddar cheese; mix well. Pour into a greased 13x9 baking dish. Bake uncovered at 350 for 55-60 minutes. Yield 12-16 servings.

Now I haven't tried it, but I'd imagine that this casserole would also work well in a slow cooker.
Just mix it up, pop it in and cook it on low for several hours.



Make it, eat it, and then promise yourself you'll start working out more often.
That's what I do, anyway.

28 comments:

Heather | Cookie Mondays said...

um, YUM.

The Perfect Trio said...

you do this to me on a day that i have no motivation to cook? you're just mean...

i'm just kidding. about the mean part. i really don't have motivation. wanna come cook for me?? ok, fine. don't cook for me. pray for me? please?

Trasie Bressler said...

UUUMMMM YUM!!!!

John and Elisa Seaba said...

That looks yummy and sounds like my kind of simple, that's what i like! Thanks for sharing!

Kandis said...

I make one with ham that is very similar to this! Add a can of green chilis to it...YUMMY!!

Beki - TheRustedChain said...

Ohhh I bet that's yummy! I LOVE green chilis.

Graceful Moments said...

I have a similar recipe that's good but it doesn't have the sausage. Sounds like the missing, magic ingredient to me! Yum!

Kristen said...

Looks like some perfect, comforting soul food for this pregnant lady! Thanks for posting this, it looks fabulous!

mendralski said...

Looks great! I think we might have to have breakfast for dinner tonight. Thanks for sharing

Pfeiffer Photos said...

That looks delish--more, please, Beki, give us more like this. Easy cooking is my kinda cooking!

rentz said...

Yummy in the tummy. Love these breakfasty casseroles. I'll put a pound of sausage in for my man. He never thinks I use enough meat. More meat, less potatoes is his mantra. Mine is more potatoes, less meat. We're like Jack Spratt and his wife!

~~Mia~~ said...

i have made this often (and in fact, funny, have been craving this for days....now i am taking this as a sign to go make it for a mid day snack! ;)) But my recipe is sans sausage...but now the wheels are turning!!! wonder if some bacon would be yummy too?! (of course it would, bacon makes everything better!!!) Thanks for sharing!!!

Kim @ Everything Etsy said...

Wow! This sounds like our kind of food! I bet my boys can eat the whole thing...12-16 servings seems about right for them. LOL

Kim

SugarberrySensations said...

Oooh Beki - it makes my mouth water! I don't think it will work out with my P90X nutrition plan - but man oh man does it ever look yummy!!!! =)

Thank you for sharing!
♥Lori

Sam said...

Uh Huh, it's makin me feel comfy alright... sounds and looks delicious. I love comfort food and I know it when I see it. LOL Great looking blog and popular, where have I been? I do sandwiches on my blog. Nothing serious, just lots of fun. I'm your follower now. Thanks, Keri (a.k.a. Sam)

Laura said...

that is how I bake
just throw it in
hope for the best

we are on a strict soup and toast diet right now
maybe next week I will introduce the pork and cheese...

Tina said...

YUM!! This looks so good Beki! Will be on my list when winter rolls around.

CarzooCritters said...

YUM! I make something just like this called Cheesey Potatoes. I am SO going to have to try this version =) Looks sooooo good!

Ruth said...

if i leave the pork out can i do less exercise?

Sara said...

I love the recipes you post, just because they are "rea;" and don't require lots of prep...and lots of measuring :)

Just curious...do you serve anything WITH this?

Allen and Debby Graber said...

Can't wait to try it!

Beki - TheRustedChain said...

Sara, I do something like green beans and chopped fruit salad. Nothing difficult though. :)

Vanessa said...

This looks scrumptious!!! I am going to be starting the p90x program soon like Sugarberry.. but I am not there yet he he.

Ramblin Mama said...

Mmmmmm. Two of my favorite foods - sausage AND hash browns. Goes without saying, cheese, too.

YaYa's Funhouse said...

sounds so YUMMY...will give it a try.

Love the Decor! said...

MMM How can you go wrong with cheese and potatoes
:)

Heather said...

i was going to make this tomorrow but i realized i bought cottage cheese instead of sour cream! lol

Nan said...

Mmmmm.... this looks so yummy!