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I doubled the sausage and used half sweet Italian sausage and half smoked turkey sausage. I also used 6 oz. of fresh sliced mushrooms. I didn't have baked beans on hand so substituted a can of navy beans, 1/4 c. ketchup and 3 Tbsp. brown sugar, and used 1 tsp. of chili powder. This was mild enough for the kids and it was quite tasty. Thanks for a keeper ... it's great to be able to wake up to breakfast all ready to eat!
We really enjoyed this meal, simple to make and I liked the combination of sausage, potatoes, mushrooms and baked beans. Took less time to cook than noted, it was done in about 5 1/2 hours, but I did cut my potatoes pretty thin. I also used a "lite" beef sausage and it worked well.
I used a mixture of chicken & beef sausages & diced the potatoes instead of slicing. I wanted it saucy so added a can of tomato soup as well & left out the chilli to cater for my 20 month old. This was a nice simple dish to put together and one I'm sure to make again. Thanks!
With a few adjustments this turned out well, it needed fresh garlic and dried chili flakes for heat, I made this on top of my stove and simmered it over low heat, thanks for sharing hon!...Kitten
Tasty and wholesome meal that turned out well. I used a few bush tomatoes instead of the tomato paste and dried Jalapeno for the chili powder. I thought the flavour was great but the sauce was maybe a little thick because of the consistency of the baked bean sauce combined with the potato. I think when cooking again I might add a 1/2 - 1 can of crushed tomato to make it a little thinner.
Today I tried 2 of your recipes...both worked out great. I could tell you were from OZ, by your ingredients and naming of the shrimp-"prawns". We lived in Adelaide 2 yrs. in the 80's. Anyway...this recipe helped me use up many beef sausages from a party we had, and it was very easy to do and turned out delicious. Thanks.