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Easy Recipe: Slow Cooker Creamed Sausage and Potatoes

This is one easy meal to prepare and very economical too. This is a budget friendly meal that yields 8 servings. I halved it and set aside the other half for next day's dinner. I wish I was able to take a photo of the finished dish. I'll put it in the next time I make this again.

Prep time: 20 minutes
Cook time: at least 3 hours on high
Cost: $12 for 2 batch yield or 8 servings

You'll need to have:
1.2 kg Pork Sausage (about 16 thin pcs) , sliced in 1/3 or 1/4 widths
1 Can of Condensed Cream of Mushroom Soup (you can also make your own)
2 kg Potatoes, medium cube cuts
1 Onion
1/2 cup fresh milk
Mixed Herbs, dry or powdered, (a few dashes)
Smoked Paprika (liberally if you like some kick)
Pepper (liberally if you like some kick)
Peri-Peri salt (a few dashes)

You'll need to:
1. Butter up your slow cooker pot.
2. Put cubed potatoes in. I used Aldi Kestrel Potatoes, currently on promo of 2kg packs for AUD$3.
3. Put sliced sausages in. I used Woolworths Thin Sausages, currently at $8 per 1.8kg  (24 pcs)
4. Pour the mushroom soup. I used Campbell brand.
5. Pour 1/2 cup of fresh milk.
6. Spice up as desired.
7. Mix to coat the ingredients evenly.
7. Cover and Cook on high at least 3 hours. Large potato cubes will take longer to cook so adjust time or cube size accordingly. If your slow cooker is 5.5L and below, you'd better lessen the potatoes.


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