Wednesday, January 25, 2017

One pan sausage and veggie dinner


By Sunday of this past weekend, I just wanted some easy dinner food that would not be yet another poor dietary choice for the weekend. Something hearty without being filled to the brim with cheese and fat. I went back though some stuff I used to make and happened upon this one pan dish (I cannot locate the original recipe source right now, but it's out there). Winner winner sausage and veggie easy cleanup dinner. The banana peppers give this basic bitch dish an unexpected thrill. It's the perfect thing when you want a healthy-ish dinner that's not a big production in prep, cooking, or cleanup.

Ingredients
1 ring turkey kielbasa
1 ring beef kielbasa
1 red onion, sliced in half then in rings
2 bell peppers, sliced in strips
1 big ass jar of banana pepper rings
about 10 baby red potatoes, quartered
3 tbs olive oil
kosher salt
pepper

Directions
Preheat oven to 450.

Put veggies in a bowl, top with olive oil, salt, and pepper, and mix well with your clean hands. Slice kielbasa on the bias and add, mixing in.

Get a very big sheet tray with lips or two regular sized baking sheets, spray with non-stick spray, and spread veggies and sausage out evenly.

Cooking time sort of depends on how much you have on the trays and how crisp you like your veggies - I like them a little burnt. I'd start checking it at 35 minutes. I had a lot on mine, so I cooked it for 40 minutes then bumped it up to 500 to finish it off for another 10 minutes.


23 comments:

  1. You had me at one pan!! We cook with turkey sausage / chicken sausage at least once a week so I will be trying this! xo, Biana -BlovedBoston

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  2. Yum! I made something similar in the skillet last weekend and put it over rice, but I think I'm going to give this a try. The banana peppers are a brilliant addition.

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  3. My boys here love those banana peppers and the sausage. I may try this. Good dish to take to Pop, too❣️
    Goddess speed ❣️💖✨☮😇🦄🍀🌞🦋🌅. Love. Your. Momma.

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  4. We make this dish a couple of times a month - it is delicious! It's also great with sweet potatoes if you're out of red potatoes (which I often am!).

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  5. John would love it. And I love 'not a big production.'

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  6. YUM! So many of my favorites in one meal, definitely pinning <3

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  7. I do this! But I try to use chicken sausage when I can find it since I like it and that's what the recipe I found initially said to do (I'm not good at going off-book). The banana peppers are a nice addition! I normally sprinkle with thyme. Love to see that there are so many ways to make this since it's a good lunch, too. Can you tell I'm excited to be able to take part in recipe talk for once?

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  8. This is my kinda meal - one pan and spicy! I'd probably add even more spice with the addition of chili flakes or something too. Definitely going to try this.

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  9. This looks so good! I love banana peppers but never really know how to cook with them. This is perfect!

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  10. I have a package of hot italian sausages defrosting for supper, I was planning on making some rice to go along with them but I just might give this a try!

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  11. This sounds/looks delicious! (Except... no banana peppers for me. Lol.)
    I haven't meal planned for this week (#fail) so maybe I'll add this in for Thursday or Friday!

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  12. I love one sheet pan dinners. So easy and clean-up is a breeze (which is the part I hate the most) Most of mine involve shrimp but this looks delicious. I'm unsure about the banana peppers because I am a spice wimp. I probably couldn't do a "big ass jar" but maybe a small ass one! LOL!

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  13. I love one pan dinners. I love banana peppers. ALL THE SPICE!!!

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  14. Can I just tell you that I am a HUGE kielbasa fan, but I can never think of new ways to cook with (besides grilling with bbq sauce). I definitely want to try this!!

    Meg, Borrowed Heaven

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  15. turkey kielbasa is totally a go-to, quick dinner for us. We usually just brown and add some rice. This looks great!!! And I LOVE banana peppers and am a big fan of peperoncini on everything. Good call.

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  16. Yum! I bet the flavor combination here tastes amazing!

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  17. I love Kielbasa. We mainly cook it on the grill but this is definitely a nice hodge podge with the veggies to just throw in the oven and let it cook.

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  18. Mm...looks yummy. I really need to find dinner recipes that are protein full, but with little to no carbs. Sigh. I've been searching!

    Lauren
    www.shootingstarsmag.blogspot.com

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  19. My go-to lately has been chicken sausage. I never developed that taste for kielbasa. My parents made it all the time!

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  20. oooh yum. i love a good quick easy healthy-ish dinner. i must say i've never seen banana pepper rings before. i googled and it says they are hot sooooo i'm gonna skip those. haha.

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  21. You had me at one pan. And banana peppers. Banana peppers are my jam!

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