Roasted (baked) pork sausage breakfast links with Idaho potatoes dish great for dinner and breakfast (just wrap in a burrito). This recipe is rich in protein, potassium, fiber, iron and Vitamin C.
Roasted sausage links and potatoes
- Wash hands with soap and water. Check out our article about how to wash hands properly
- Gather all ingredients
- Scrub 3 lb potatoes with a clean vegetable brush under running water.
- Peel and slice the potatoes. I like the shape as widgets but cut them up the way you want/like them. The smaller the pieces the less time to cook in the oven.
- Pre-heat oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit
- In a large bowl, combine 1 tsp garlic powder, 1 tsp onion powder, 1 tsp finely ground savory, ½ tsp cumin, ½ tsp chili powder, 1/8 tsp ground black pepper, 1/8 tsp pink Himalayan salt.
- Mix well
- To the seasoning add 2 tbsp avocado oil and mix.
- Pour the potatoes pieces into the big bowl with seasoning. Stir well so the potatoes coat with the seasoning well.
- Place the coated potatoes into a baking sheet
- Place the breakfast pork sausage links on top of the potatoes
- Wash hands after handling meat
- Bake on 400 degrees Fahrenheit for 45 min or until potatoes are done to your taste
- I usually purchase gluten free sausage (hence, the recipe is marked as gluten free)
- I use pork sausage links without preservatives and additives that are 24 oz in weight
- I use about 10 Idaho potatoes which is about 3 pounds
- We are extremely excited to announce we are now using the saferecipeguide.org guidelines to make our recipe safe-friendly. We will slowly be incorporating the safe recipe guidelines into our recipe instructions!
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