oven-roasted sausages, potatoes, and peppers

smallest effort/biggest taste payoff recipe evar

behold, an oven pan laden with delicious food (a LOT of it) that is cost-effective, EASY EASY EASY, and delicious.  when i say “easy” here, i don’t mean “for the beginner cook” easy.  i mean any blathering idiot can make this.

this recipe will serve 3-4 adults, or one bachelor again and again.

kiddo alert:   should be good to go.

get it:

  • 1 package (at least 1 lb) of your favorite sausage links (johnsonvilles, evergood, generic smoked sausage, whatever you like.  i used polish sausages, 4 to a pack)
  • 4-5 decent-sized potatoes (i prefer yukon gold or red bliss)
  • 1 small jar banana peppers
  • 1-2 bell peppers, sliced
  • 1 large onion, sliced
  • 3 tbsp olive oil (yes, it has to be OLIVE oil)
  • salt & pepper
  • *optional — 2 tsp dried rosemary (bachelors, ignore this.  your salt and pepper will be fine.  i know that asking you to procure olive oil was already a stretch.)
  • *optional — tsp creole seasoning

make it:

  1. spray a large baking pan w/ nonstick spray (make sure there is at least a small “lip” that provides a “side” to the pan, don’t use a flat baking sheet.
  2. slice sausages into thin rounds, about 1/5″ thick.  if you know how to slice using a “bias” cut, do that.  if not, don’t worry about it.
  3. cut potatoes into 1/2″ chunks
  4. slice onion and pepper into strips
  5. place all ingredients on baking sheet and drizzle oil over.  use your hands to toss everything together in the oil, making sure everything feels coated.
  6. add salt & pepper and spices (if using)
  7. top w/ sliced banana peppers
  8. bake at 400 for about 30-35 min, until potatoes are tender
  9. EAT

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291 thoughts on “oven-roasted sausages, potatoes, and peppers

  1. Made this tonight.. my hubby, and 13yr old both loved it! It is delicious and so so easy! I added a little bit if shredded cheese on top! Yummmm-o!

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  3. I am fixing this tonight and i hope they like it. I am using smoked turkey sausage. I love food like this, awesome and thank you for sharing with us.

  4. trying it for dinner tonight, i love recipes like this! am i supposed to cook the sausages first because i am having a hard time cutting them up…….

  5. Made this tonight for dinner, and LOVED it!! I did tweak it a little and added a package of Onion Soup Mix as well. It was great!

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  7. I’ve made this twice now. It is amazing. I use red onion, green and red peppers and almost a whole jar of banana peers. Thanks so much!

  8. Made this tonight with turkey kielbasa and I didn’t have banana peppers so I used a jar of fried peppers. It was insane!!! I also cranked the heat for the last ten minutes so we got lots of crunchy potatoe edges, it was so delish!!

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  10. This looks amazing. If I wanted to make this for a ‘freezer meal’ do you suggest cooking
    it first or leaving everything raw? Thanks!

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  12. Made this tonight and added chicken and corn on the cob. Amazing!! Thanks for the recipe. I am going to add shrimp also next time. :)

      • I think it’s obvious why you would use foil. I use it all the time to skip the cleanup step. :) Smart cookin’! ;)

      • Use the Reynold’s Non-Stick Foil. Then you don’t have to spray and it’s an easy cleanup! I use it all the time.

  13. Made this tonight…I don’t care for green bell peppers so I used a yellow and orange bell pepper…gave it a little bit of sweet taste and some beautiful color as well!! I ended up cooking it for almost an hour in the oven, but I know each oven is different! This didn’t take long to prep and it was EASY!! Tasted AMAZING, next time I think I will add more onions and make them smaller. Thank you!

  14. Made this tonight! Soo good. I had to keep going back for more. This college girl will be eating on it all week. Will definitely make again. Thank you!

  15. I make a similar skillet version of this so thought I would give yours a try. Wow! Next time I will skip the.rosemary because we aren’t big on it (personal taste). Otherwise I stuck to your recipe and added garlic powder. Family loved. Found you on Pinterest, thanks for a great meal tonight!

  16. Second time making this—my picky hubs even liked it! Costco sells a tomato/mozzarella chicken sausage…we are trying the recipe with it this time. I know it will be delicious–thanks for the recipe!

  17. Our family tried this tonight! Excellent!!! I was cooking and dealing with a 3 year old and 8 week old and forgot to add green peppers but it was still fantastic!! Definitely adding to the routine of weekly/biweekly meals! It was so simple (my kind of cooking!) Thank you! :)

  18. This was delicious! I added some white mushrooms, quartered and used salt pepper and Old Bay seasoning. Took all my will power not to have a second helping (saving it for lunch at work tomorrow!)

  19. Made this tonight and it was delicious! I will definitely be making it again. I think I’ll try to add some corn on the cob as others have suggested. I loved that it was sooo easy!

  20. My family cooks this all the time with a few changes of the recipe. Instead of banana peopers we add jalepeno peppers and pour sweet & sour sauce over the top. Its a hit everywhere we bring it! Its called Big Ole Mess :)

    • We also have a similar recipe to this called the big ol mess. my fiance and his dad have a cookbook that has the recipe in there but there are no potatoes in it. We love it and make it with every bbq because it taste great on a grill.

  21. This was so good and SOOOOOOOOOO easy to make. Even the leftovers were amazing. I like spicy food so I used hot sausage and it was very good. I definitely recommend it to those of you who also enjoy a little kick to your food.

  22. I have some Hillshire Farm smoked turkey sausage in the fridge that I have been wondering what to do with. Is the sausage suppose to be fully cooked or not cooked?

    • it’s hard to give an answer without knowing what kind of sausage you have, exactly. the casing/density of the sausage could change my answer. but in general, i wouldn’t recommend uncooked sausage for this recipe. cooking it “twice” would dry it out, and slicing it up/adding it while it’s raw might not be best, either. if i had to use uncooked, i would cook it separately and toss it w/ everything else for the last 5 min of cook time.

  23. I am gonna try this this weekend but I am gonna make it in 2 smaller pans one the way you do it and the other I am gonna use ground wild hog….interested in finding out how this will turn out also may add some of that premixed coleslaw stuff with the cabbage and carrots…let you know how that turns out *fingers crossed:)

  24. I am going to try this tonight! I will most likely use green, red, and orange bell pepper since I have all 3 on hand. I am going to go crazy though and toss in some cubed zucchini. Mostly because I have surplus from the garden and I think it might be a good add. Will let you know how it turns out =)

    • Oh my! This was great!! I will be making this again for sure! I was a little heavy with the Creole seasoning so will back off by a tablespoon (I had used about 4). My husband and son didn’t like the zucchini in it (but they don’t like zucchini anyway) but I loved it =) I did throw a bit of shredded cheese on top last few minutes of baking…which did take a LOT longer for me…Next time I will cover with foil and let it steam so will be done faster. Removing foil for last few minutes after I add cheese. Great recipe =)

  25. I just made this and it is delicious!!! the only thing is i used a 9 x 13 pan and the potatoes weren’t cooked all teh way through! :( regardless it still tastes darn great!!!!

    • I had the same problem. I cooked it for 45 minutes and the potatoes were still a little crunchy. Overall it was a good dish ill definitely make again.

  26. This is amazing. I love your stuff. I work and come home and for my 2 children and husband, it’s so easy to take this out of the fridge and throw in the oven for dinner. :)

  27. Loved it! Used spicy cheddar sausages and polish sausages, an assortment of peppers from the garden(mini bells, banana, fresno chili, and jimmy nardello), red, purple, and sweet potatoes, and onion and zucchini and squash………delicious!!!!!

  28. I MADE THIS FOR DINNER TONIGHT AND ADDED TURKEY sasuage for myself and followed the recipe…and it was the best,easiest, cheapest dinner I have made In a long time. And the smell when it’s cooking is delicious…my whole family loved it…including myself…and I’m super picky.. LOVE LOVE THIS MEAL.

  29. 9-25-12…..
    It is in the oven. I am going to chk to see if potatoes & veggies are cooked after 40min, but am aware it might take longer. I read all of the earlier posts & figured I would’t rush it. I dind’t put the extra seasonings, just S & P. I used frozen chopped onion because I do not like cutting onion. If I make it again I probably will pick up a fresh onion. My pan looks more fuller-lol. I don’t see the green peppers in your picture above. O well. Can’t wait to taste it.

  30. Trader Joe’s has a frozen mix of tri-color bell peppers and onions already sliced up, which I’m using for this recipe with smoked andouille chicken sausage (also from TJ’s). Using the mix definitely made the prep easier, but I’m not sure how the frozen veggies will affect the cooking time. Either way, it smells awesome and I can’t wait to try it!

  31. My sister made this last night. She said it was amazing regardless of potatoes not being fully cooked. She suggested I cover for a bit, to allow potatoes time to cook. Then uncover and finish cooking.
    I’m cooking this tonight, will see the difference.
    Thank you for sharing this recipe.

  32. I have this in the oven right now. I forgot the bell pepper but made it anyway. I also added corn on the cob. I think I am going to sprinkle some cheese on it.

  33. Ok so I made this yesterday with the side of corn casserole. Scrumptious! I covered it for about 20 minutes and uncovered for the remainder. I will never make it any other way.

  34. We made this for dinner and it was very good. My husband put this on a hoagie bun and will never eat it by itself again. Very easy to make and makes a good weeknight meal!

  35. Had this tonight..very good…but if I make it again, I will cook the potatoes 15 minutes and THEN add remaining ingredients. The sausage, peppers, onions did not need any longer but the potatoes did.

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  37. This was so easy and the house smelled great! I just took it out of oven and sprinkled some taco mix shredded cheese! YUMMY!! I might have added a hint too much olive oil, but otherwise, I loved it! Hope the hubby does too!!

    • I’m not much of a cook, but this was super easy for me. Next time I think I’ll use a little less oil though, it was bit heavy.

  38. This was delicious, but if I would have used 3 Tbls of creole my mouth would be burning, guaranteed! And we love creole! Was very good though…..made it twice already!

  39. I make something very similar, but I whisk together olive oil, Worcestershire sauce, salt, pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, paprika, and oregano. then drizzle over top. About 10 minutes before it’s done, I sprinkle on some Parmesan cheese. AMAZING!

  40. I made this tonight with a few minor substitutes . I used green peppers and onions. And my husband added cabbage to his. Omg it was delicious. Good recipe. I made a huge pan. Now the kids have leftovers.

  41. YUM, Making this tonight. One subsitute, Cajun spice, was out of creole. Adding Shredded Cheddar. I also used home canned halipeno’s YMMMM!

  42. I made this last night for me and my husband. The banana peppers gave off a really strong vinegar smell while it was cooking and I was afraid it would take over the taste of the dish but it didn’t. Turned out really tasty. Oh, and I only had cocktail sausages on hand and they worked great. For seasoning I used a little Cajun and Italian.

  43. I like mine hot. I’ll probably use Bar S hotlinks, red potatoes, onions, jalapenos, and bell pepper along with salt, pepper, and cayenne pepper and/or a spice from BWW called Desert Heat. I may even add carrots.

  44. I made this dish tonight ;) I used polish sausage that I cooked up first with some old bay seasoning. I also cooked chopped up mushrooms and onions in a pan too. And I chopped p potatoes and cooked them for bout 20 min in boiling water. Didn’t want them crunchy if they didn’t cook well in the oven.also chopped up some baby carrots and cooked those for a bit too. Tossed everything together on a lined cookie sheet with olive oil and used salt, pepper and old bay(I could have even used some more even tho I thought I used a lot). In the oven for 30 min and then I forgot I had wanted to add cheese so I threw on some after the fact. Shredded cheddar. This was great!!!! A definite make again recipe. Thanks very much!

  45. Instead of using just 4 potatoes I used 2 sweet potatoes and 2 potatoes. I left out the banana peppers because our small town store doesnt carry them, but put mushrooms in… I would have to say its a huge hit with our family!!!!! Thanks for sharing this recipe!!!!!!

  46. I made this for my boyfriend the other night, except I added a tomato and fresh mushrooms and dashed with lemon pepper as well as rosemary and olive oil. He LOVED it! He’s been taking it for lunch every day. I also added some white rice to make it more of a meal (his stomach is a bottomless pit). ;) Thank you for the recipe!

  47. Very yummy. I used Italian Sausage. My husband and I both liked it and 2 out of 3 kids liked it. Well, I guess I can’t please everyone! Thanks for sharing!

  48. I just tried this. I tweaked it a little.
    Instead of banana peppers I used sweet peppers.
    Absolutely delicious! Thanks for the recipe!

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  51. I made this tonight and it was so good! but i had one problem…. i used foil just like you did and did everything exactly what you said to do…but the foil got burnt and some of the food got burnt as well… do you know why? im no cooking expert. but other than that it was VERY good =)

    • did you have your oven rack in the middle of the oven? does your oven tend to run hot for other recipes? i can’t really answer why some of yours burned. mine never have. i actually just made this again tonight for football, and nope, no burning. try to do it at about 375 for 35-40 min, see if that doesn’t yield better results.

  52. I made this last night– it was so simple and totally delicious. I will be making this again! I used Hillshire Farm Turkey Keilbasa. I didn’t use the rosemary but loaded it up with Tony Chachere’s creole seasoning. It was salty, but I love salt. Others might want to look for a low-salt seasoning. My potatoes cooked up fine– I did cut them a little smaller than normal due to the short cook time. Also I used new red potatoes. Not sure if that is one of the factors for why others’ potatoes weren’t cooked? Potatoes can be finicky. Thanks for sharing! Found this recipe on Pinterest.

  53. So simple yet so good. My sausage got a little darker than I’d like, so next time I’m going to add it halfway into the cooking time.

  54. This LOOKED good, so I thought I’d try it. It was way more than good, it was fantastic! I am not a huge fan of bell peppers, and I wasn’t sure about the sourness of the banana peppers, but by baking them, those flavors mellowed, and oh man! New hit at my house. Thanks for sharing!

  55. If I hadn’t already been to the store this morning, this would be tonight’s dinner. Instead, it will be Wednesday’s dinner. Thank you!

  56. i have fixed this a couple of times and was great thought i would give it a little kick and didnt use banana peppers instead used jalapeno peppers and added some of the juice, it was amazing.

  57. Cooking as I type! Used honey garlic sausage but didnt have banana peppers :( hope its still good without! Thanks for sharing :)

  58. I was really excited when I came across this recipe because I get a great deal on hot Italian sausages but I never have enough dishes to make them regularly. This recipe definitely was simple and it smells amazing while cooking! The only downside about this is that next time I will boil the potatoes a little bit. I cooked them on 400 for 30 mins and the they still weren’t cooked through fully.

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  60. A former coworker shared her recipe for this (no bell peppers but adds pepperoni slices & cheese). The cheese is added after the dish is done & cooked until melted. My husband just loves this recipe!!!

  61. If you leave out the potatoes, this would go great with a side of cooked pasta tossed with butter, parsley, thyme and a little garlic salt

    • i wouldn’t throw the chicken in raw. i’m weird about chicken, i don’t like to mess around. what i would do, is cook the chicken on the stovetop in a separate pan, salt and pepper it (add any seasoning you want), and then during the last few minutes of the potatoes cooking, toss the chicken into the pan, mix it around, and finish the cooking time.

  62. Mmmm… Have everything cut up and ready to go in the oven when my kids go to bed (minus banana peppers b/c we can’t get them here in Costa Rica)! it’s a Stella and some comfort food for Mama tonight! Perfect for a tired night.

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  64. I made this over the weekend, prep time is 30 min. Cook time is way longer than 30 min because of potatoes. Although it took longer to cook it was still a delicious meal.

  65. Third time Making this .its an Awesome dish I do use the banana peppers but not the bell, and if you think the banana peppers will be to much what I do is use just a couple and drizzle a little of the juice on top and its Sooooo Good and Soooo Easy !!! Also have 5 7 and 8 year old that Love it.

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  67. I cook a lot I would say I am an intermediate cook, I followed this recipe to a T and I will never make it again. I had burnt saugages and raw potatoes. I have a recipe like this that is done on the stove top and will stick to that recipe from now on. It really looked like it would have been great, glad I had made egg salad also so we don’t have to starve. I try a lot of recipes also and have great luck with most. Sorry.

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  70. I found this on Pinterest and looking forward to making this! Just started going onto Pinterest recently after joining months ago because I knew I would be addicted to the Food and Drink board!! Thank you so much for posting!!

  71. I had plans to make sausage and potatoes tonight. Now that I found this recipe on Pinterest, we will have this instead! i was racking my brain trying to come up with a good recipe to make sausage and potatoes more interesting. Thanks!

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  73. This was wonderful. I used Turkey Sauage a mixture of sweet and hot italin because that is what I had on hand it was super good! :) I shared it on my blog :)

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  75. Yummy!! And soooo easy! I seriously do not know what some of these other posters were complaining about. The only way the potatoes weren’t cooked is if they didn’t follow the directions and cut them too big or their ovens aren’t hot enough. Also can’t figure out how someone ended up with a “burned mess” or took more than 30 minutes of prep time. I am no whiz bang in the kitchen believe me and it barely took me 30 minutes of prep and that was with a couple of breaks to let the dog in and out!! I baked it as directed for about 35-40 minutes (I added a few bc so many people said their potatoes weren’t cooked all the way through but mine definitely were so I probably didn’t need the extra time)

    I did add boneless chicken breast cut up into strips to mine and it cooked just fine. I can’t do peppers so I added a bit more seasoning (not really a creole person so I used Italian seasoning in addition to the rosemary.

    This was absolutely delicious and my house smelled DIVINE the whole time it was cooking! Next time I may try the shredded cheese suggestion but even as is this one is going into the rotation.

  76. There are more of us guys out here following food blogs and making creative foods than you think. Now let’s not be perpetuating myths about us guys now, ok? We get enough of it on TV and in movies.
    By the way, loved the article, thanks!

  77. I saw this recipe & went right into the kitchen to make it. Had some peppers I needed to use & some high quality hot dogs from Trader Joe’s. Used seasoned salt, pepper, & a sprinkle of creole seasoning. No banana peppers. This was incredibly easy & super good. You could easily change the seasonings & add lots of different things to change it up a bit. Wonderful recipe. I have M.S., don’t cook much, and am grateful for this easy recipe. Next time I will use a bag of frozen peppers & onions. It will just take a couple of minutes to put together using frozen vegetables. Thanks for taking the time to share your recipe. Sounds like you have made a lot of people very happy!

  78. Found this on Pinterest. It is INSANELY WONDERFUL!!! Smells amazing while cooking, then tastes even better. :) making it right now for the 2nd time in as many weeks.

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  80. Made this tonight and we loved it! I added a roughly chopped zucchini to try and sneak in some vegetables! Turned out great, I think I’ll add shrimp next time!

  81. Made this last night with stuff I had in the fridge. Along with potatoes, onions and peppers I added carrots and cauliflower for more veggie goodness. Very tasty and easy. Thanks for the idea.

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  83. Have you ever tried this on the grill? I have a basket for grilling veggies and fish, just curious how you think it would turn out!

    • if it can be spread out in a flat layer for even cooking, it would taste great! little more work, though. gotta weigh possible flavor enhancement against easy cleanup and time cooking.

  84. I’ve been making this for years, the Italian way. Sweet or hot sausage, I leave whole, green and red bell peppers, onions, red bliss potatoes. marinate in Italian dressing or olive oil and old bay seasoning. Mmmmmmmmmmmm!

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  86. Made this last night. Cut the recipe in half (single girl) and cooked exactly as directed added Tony Chacceries. Amazing! The smell was wonderful and tasted even better! There was enough for two servings and I put the rest in the refrigerator for my lunch and then got it out again and ate the rest! MOO I did cute my potatoes in very small pieces
    and they got done in the recommended time. Thank you so much for this recipe. I want it again, tonight!

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  89. I found your recipe via pinterest. I’m cooking challenged (and single) so if it isn’t simple I don’ t bother. I loved this. It meets my expectations of easy and flavorful. I haven’t even finished my leftovers and I’m already planning on making it again. Maybe with sweet potatoes? Have you tried that? Anyway, thanks for posting this.

  90. Made this tonight using the creole seasoning. Is it just my seasoning?…….or did you mean teaspoons instead of tablespoons? It’s VERY salty.

  91. Made it for a second time! So delicious and need only few things to make this amazing dish!

    Thank you for sharing this with us!

  92. YUMMO!!! I made this minus the banana peppers (neither hubby or I are fans) with red potatoes, red pepper, onion, turkey smoked sausage, salt, peper, and about 2 tablespoons of this http://www.thespicehouse.com/spices/ukrainian-village-seasoning. I cut the potatoes small and cooked for about 45 minutes and they were done perfectly. SUPER YUMMY!!! I love this recipe because it is super easy and easy to tweek to personal tastes:-)

  93. I work third shift but am offend my fiancé will be home soon. This is in the oven cooking and it smells utterly amazing through out the house! My chihuahua is going nuts! Hope it’s yummy!!!

  94. I have made a very similar recipe, it is EASY and Very Good. I used a variety of fresh peppers and used garlic & Italian seasoning in stead of the dried rosermary. I have also used the outside grill to bake this. I will have to try the banana peppers & rosemary, sounds yummy! Thanks

  95. I’ve made this recipe and let me tell you, its amazing! I used the creole seasoning and it had some zip to it.

  96. I just found this recipe and it’s in the oven as we speak:) The house smells amazing, I used smoked sausage, oninions, oil, italian season mix {dry},garlic salt, and cut up granny smith apples. I am going to top it with cheese before I pull it out of the oven. Cannot wait to try it!!!

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  98. also just put mine in the oven, no banana peppers just red, yellow and orange peppers, it is smelling wonderful! thanks for sharing, Lila, found this on pinterest, love good, easy meals!!!!

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  101. It is in the oven as we speak…. we tweeked the recipe a bit though, the boyfriend always has to “personalize” the recipies we find lol. He used some garlic pepper seasoning and also added some italian sausage, hope it comes out ok!

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  103. Loved this. Read all the reviews and made sure the potatoes were cut small enough. Added Granny Smith apples. Next time I would add applesauce as a side instead. Even used foil to cover my cookie sheet and little to zero cleanup. Thank you.

  104. Wonderful! I added some red pepper flakes & topped it with some Velveeta Pepper Jack Shreds… Family Favorite! :)

  105. I love this and will be trying some of your other stuff as well. This goes into my keeper rotations and we have it once a month! Let me know if you have any other easy must tries.

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  109. This dish was really great.. I do have a few revisions (at least for my oven anyway)
    First my potatoes took 1 hour and 25 minutes in the oven cut even smaller than 1/2″. I think I need to bring potatoes to a boil next time and then pop them in the oven bc this is the 2nd recipe for roasted potatoes that took this long. I also seared my sausage then threw them in the last 15 minutes of cooking. Other than that I followed her recipe and it tasted great!
    Thanks for the recipe it rocked :0)

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  111. This is awesome. I use hot banana peppers and one orange bell. Pour banana pepper juice on as well, and top with creole seasoning. This dish is sooooo good.

  112. it’s in the oven right now, very easy. to make. I use fresh rosemary as we don’t like the dried. also fresh frozen from my garden peppers. And the comment about bachelors, was all wrong. my boyfriend was the one to introduce me to fresh rosemary, he taught himself to cook because he was a bachelor. so single guys, NO EXCUSES!

  113. think I’ll make some fried cornbread to go with it, and we always roast our rosemary potatoes longer than this calls for to make them crunchy.

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  120. Hi. Im cooking this recipie right now and it sucks the potatoes are not getting soft at all. I followed every step. So this recipe needs something added or something….

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