Tired of the same old ground beef recipes? Fry up this one-dish meal in a nonstick skillet and cleanup is a snap. It’s a sort of succotash, but adding meat makes it a complete meal while also adding a wonderful, sausage flavor. Choose a flavorful, lean, very high quality sausage in hot, medium or mild depending on family tastes. No other seasoning is needed.
This is as easy to make as the hamburger-tomato mixtures we campers cook so often (too often?), but it’s totally different. See how your family welcomes the change.
1 pound lean bulk sausage
Small onion, diced
Large sweet potato, peeled and diced
8-ounce can lima beans
8-ounce can whole kernel corn
2 teaspoons cornstarch
Stir-fry sausage over high heat, gradually stirring in onion and sweet potato to pick up brown bits. Add juice from canned corn. Cover, reduce heat and cook until sweet potato is tender. Drain canned limas and stir juices into cornstarch. Stir into sausage mixture over medium heat, adding limas and corn to heat through. When sauce thickens, serve at once. Serves 4
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