Fried Cabbage, Turkey Sausage Skillets

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gaynel mohler

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@gaynel

when I fix this, we can't stay out of it. Such a great "homestyle" country food

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★★★★★ 1 vote

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Prep:
1 Hr
Cook:
1 Hr

Ingredients

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4 -5
potatoes, washed sliced with peel on
1 pkg
turkey smoked sausage, sliced 14 oz.
1 1/2
onions,slivered
1/2
medium head of cabbage, cut in 1/2 inch segments
1/2
bell pepper, chopped
seasoning salt and pepper to taste
extra virgn olive oil, or bacon drippings

How to Make Fried Cabbage, Turkey Sausage Skillets

Step-by-Step

  • 1You will need two large skillets for this dish. one for the potatoes and sausage and one for the cabbage. place 2 tbs. oil in each. fry potatoes with 1/2 of an onion. fry 20 minutes low heat covered. remove lid and add sausage sliced up and turn up heat to medium stirring often, make crispy.
  • 2while potatoes are cooking, fry cabbage ,sliced onions and bell pepper in 2 tbs olive oil or bacon drippings, cover with lid and stir often. fry until tender over medium heat.
  • 3season both skillets with seasoning salt and pepper. when cabbage is tender and potatoes and sausage are crispy. plate up with cabbage over top of potato mixture.

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About Fried Cabbage, Turkey Sausage Skillets

Course/Dish: Turkey




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