Friday, July 22, 2011

Potato Sausage Casserole


I would describe this recipe as

"Glorified Scalloped Potatoes"

I found it on Frugal Wannabe Cooks

She has lots of her family's Slovak dishes on her blog &

Her version looked so Yummy, I just had to try this one.

I was NOT disappointed!

I used my Cuisinart food processor to slice everything &

this made for a very fast, easy assembly.


I had to cut the potatoes in half so they'd fit

into the chute, but the little 1/2 moon shapes that it created

made them perfect for tucking into the curves of this dish.

I cut back on the amount of hard-boiled eggs, due to hubby's health issues.


I also used Mrs. Dash's Onion & Herb seasoning

instead of salt, which we're both trying to cut back on.

Thank you,
Frugal Wannabe Cooks for sharing your delicious recipe!

Printable Recipe HERE.

I'll be linking to Michael Lee's blog

Designs by Gollum for her

Foodie Friday


Yvonne at StoneGable for her

On The Menu Monday


  1. Rett, This is my kind of dinner! It looks YUMMY! Your pictures are wonderful.

  2. This looks like a great dish to take to a potluck!

  3. Looks yummy. Thanks for the recipe.

  4. This is something my husband would love. I'll give it a try as soon as this weather breaks. Thanks for sharing Rett.

  5. This looks so good, Rett. I printed the recipe. Will have to try it soon....Christine

  6. It looks good, Rett!
    Hope you are keeping cool!

  7. Rett, I agree with your comment. I can't tell you the times you have saved me from embarrassment and I am so wonderfully grateful for it!!!! You are the most beautiful dear blogging friend! And can't we all use all the kind help we can get!!!
    THANK YOU! And I meant what I said about my grammar.... I shudder to think how bad that might be!
    xo Yvonne

  8. Now this looks really yummy, Rettt! And with those ingredients, how can it be anything but wonderful! I loved your dinner in the gazebo post! What a pretty tablescape! So fun to see the candles again! Happy weekend...hugs...Debbie

  9. This looks so yummy! Thanks for the printable recipe. That made is so eay. Thanks so much for visitig my blog. p.s. Love your name!

  10. This is a perfect meal! We have something very similar in Germany, affectionately known as farmer's breakfast - which we promptly have for dinner. It originates from leftovers; potatoes, sausages and eggs. Thanks for sharing this.. xo marlis

  11. I am so flattered you made and enjoyed my recipe....I love your version and the pictures are gorgeous.

  12. ummm, gonna make this right away. Thanks, Rett girl.

  13. I'm going to make this! Look for it ON THE MENU at StoneGable for the week of August 8th with a link back to this wonderful post!
    Thank you for joining ON THE MENU MONDAY, dear friend!

  14. Hello

    I found your blog off of Stonegable. I'm so glad I did. You have some great recipes.

    I do not have a food blog. I, occasionally, do recipes, but I'm more of a parenting and travel blog mixed in with a lot of this and that, but as a mom to two children, I'm always looking for recipes and tips on meal planning. So, are my readers.

    As a result, on August 1, I'm going to host a link up post for recipes, meal planning tips, or tools for kitchen organization to make meal planning easy.

    My post from Saturday has more details. I hope you join me.


  15. Hi,
    I am just stopping by from OTMM at StoneGable. We just love a Sausage Casserole and your recipe looks delicious. Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful week!
    Miz Helen


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