This Deliciousness Only Takes 5 Ingredients & 5 Minutes to Toss Together…
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Have you ever visited Joe’s Crab Shack? Or seen one of there commercials? Ever heard of a “steamer dinner”? Well, this isn’t a seafood dinner…it’s a smoked sausage dinner :) It’s super easy and delicious. But it IS a steamer. A crockpot steamer…
The key to turning your crockpot into a “steamer” is keeping it on high and only adding “X” amount of water. What’s “X”? For me that’s 1 1/2 cups. I had about 1/3 of a cup of liquid left when it was done. Yours may be different. That makes it a bit difficult to “dump and go” until you know your crockpot personally.
Slow cooker’s are fickle creatures sometimes. I have two that are the same size, same age and same brand. The only difference is one is digital and push-button and the other has a dial…they don’t cook the same temperatures or the same speed. So a “getting to know you” period is necessary. And once you guys are buddies you can make this meal and know how much broth you’ll need.
But ’til then, here’s my experience. I’d just recommend making it once when you’re tooling around the house for the day before talking off and leaving it alone.
One-Pot Smoked Sausage Dinner
Gather Your Ingredients
Wash & Cut Up Your Veggies…
Add the Sausage & 1 1/2 cups of Broth or Bouillon…
Cover & Cook on High for 4 to 5 hours…
When a fork pierces your potatoes and carrots dinners all done :)
Look forward to Epic Deliciousness here…
Here are the Pinnable & Printables…
- 2 packages smoked sausage
- 8 medium potatoes washed
- 2 small heads of cabbage washed and cut into quarters
- 8 medium to large carrots skinned and halved
- 1 1/2 cups beef broth
Spray, oil or butter your slow cooker insert
Wash and cut up your veggies
Layer in the following order: potatoes, carrots, cabbage, sausage
Mix water & bouillon, pour over top
Cover and cook on high for 4 to 7 hours (depending on your crockpot)