Irish Bangers and potatoes for St. Patricks Day

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Have I told y’all how much I love Trader Joes? Have I told you how broke I am from shopping at Trader Joes? Gosh I love that place, but I don’t leave there without spending at least $100.00 or more on food. Things that I never intended on buying, but felt that I had to have. Yeah, like those chocolate covered coffee beans, which brings me to my St. Patrick’s day post. While I was at Trader Joes, I felt that I had to have these.

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While I was at Trader Joes this week with my BFF Debra, we came across Irish Bangers. I was thinking about making Corned Beef in the crock pot for St Patrick’s day post, but thought that is going to be done to death. I should strive to do something different from what everyone else is making.

I was going to go the traditional way and mash my potatoes, but the hubster is not a fan of mashed potatoes, so I roasted them. Yes, I decided to roast everything in one pot. It turned out really good. The potatoes and bangers were crispy on the outside and creamy in the middle.

I do think next time, I will keep a potato or two out for me and mash them. I do love mashed potatoes even if he doesn’t.

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Bangers and potatoes

Ingredients:

6-8 Irish Bangers or other sausage

2 lbs tricolor potatoes cut into bite size pieces

1 tablespoon Montreal steak seasoning

4 tablespoons olive oil

Directions:

Preheat oven to 450 degrees.

Put the potatoes and bangers in a large casserole dish or baking sheet. Season with Montreal steak seasonings and olive oil. Toss to coat. Roast in the oven until golden and crispy on the outside and tender and cooked in the middle, about 30 minutes.

 

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Peace be with you,

Veronica

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4 Responses to “Irish Bangers and potatoes for St. Patricks Day”

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    Ian Dixon — March 16, 2013 at 1:40 pm

    Nice idea to put the sausage and potato in the same dish because the flavours intermingle. I’d have put some quartered onions and maybe some garlic too but then I like roasted onions a lot.
    I used to get round the mash problem by taking out a few boiled potato pieces for me then mashing the others for the rest of the family. I prefer whole potato while they wanted mash so compromise was needed

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    Happy Valley Chow — March 16, 2013 at 4:28 pm

    Oh my gosh this looks sooooo incredibly good! The perfect St. Patricks day meal, can’t wait to try :)

    Happy Blogging!
    Happy Valley Chow

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    Debra — March 18, 2013 at 1:07 am

    There has been a recent local “demonstration” for a TJs for our city. I have only been to the one in KC (which is smallish) but I would love to have the option to shop at one locally! Love these bangers with the tri-colored potatoes! Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

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    Sharon — March 18, 2013 at 11:18 am

    Looks delicious! I SO wish we had a Trader Joe’s in our area!

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