Friday, October 22, 2010

Fall On A Plate

Perhaps I should have said "autumn" on a plate.  It sounds as if I'm advising you to trip on dinnerware.  


But you should fall all over yourself to make this dinner...pronto!  It's delish! I knew when I first saw this at My Tasty Treasures I'd be wanting to try it.  Just be sure you have plenty of hungry people to share it with because it makes a lot and the left overs are a little mushy.  


Served up with a lovely roasted acorn squash, along with the temperatures finally dropping a bit, this meal let me know that autumn, or fall, is actually finally here.  



 Here's Donna's recipe:

Roast Kielbasa Supper 

 Ingredients 
Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Salt and pepper

2 pounds baby red-skinned potatoes, halved or quartered, depending on how large they are
4 large onions, quartered with root end attached
2 pounds kielbasa, cut into 2-inch pieces( I recommend one inch pieces)
4 Gala or Honeycrisp apples, cut into wedges ( I used 3 and I recommend thin wedges.)
Honey

Directions 
Preheat oven to 425˚F.
In a large, shallow roasting pan, drizzle potatoes and onions with EVOO, salt and pepper. Roast 40 minutes.

Drizzle the apples with honey, EVOO, salt and pepper; toss and set aside

Add kielbasa 10 minutes into cooking time.

Add apples to potatoes and onions in the last 20 minutes of cooking time.

To serve, arrange kielbasa, apples, onions and potatoes on dinner plates and garnish with the pan juices.

18 comments:

Kerstin said...

Autumn indeed - roasted potatoes with sausage just make me happy this time of year!

Velva said...

That is "Fall on a plate" It's hearty, satisfying and no doubt delicious.

This is just the kind of meal to serve up to family.

Brenda said...

My daughter recently got back from Germany and has been asking me to make her a "German" meal. This would fit the bill perfectly! What a delicious sounding dish!

Reeni said...

Potatoes and apples are a great combo! Made something similar with a pork loin and it was really good. Definitely screams fall!

Lunch Buckets said...

I'm glad my spouse doesn't read your blog. He'd ask for this, but without the apples. Or squash.

Donna-FFW said...

So happy you liked it, Julie. And thank you so very much for the link!!

Perfect side dish you chose, btw!

Ingrid said...

Good to hear that it is as good as I thought it looked. I'll add it to next week's menu!
~ingrid

Brownieville Girl said...

LOL - or maybe you could fall for this delicious plate of yumminess!!!!

My Little Space said...

Even we don't have the all 4 seasons here, I felt like I'm going through the whole seasons together. Yeap, I always love Donna's recipes. Yours look pretty well done too. Hope you're having a fabulous weekend.
blessings, Kristy

Joanne said...

You mean you're NOT telling me to trip on my dinnerware?

I saw this on Donna's site and loved it. Great recipe remake!

girlichef said...

Oh yes, I thought this sounded sooo good, too. Still do! I'd fall on a plate...or a bowl...or a cup...if I could only eat some of this ;)

Suzee said...

yum yum yum!!!

Monet said...

What a lovely fall meal. This would be just delightful after a long, brisk walk outside. I love the addition of the apples to the potatoes and sausage...nothing like a little bit of sweetness! Thanks for sharing.

dining tables said...

It is really time to savor again the potatoes and the sausages. I love this time of the year.

theUngourmet said...

I actually tripped over a plate when I saw this tasty autumn meal. :D It looks terrific. My husband would love it too!

Julie M. said...

This sounds like a perfect fall dish! I love the addition of the apples. yum!

Karen said...

Fall on a plate... LOL I would never have read it that way. I saw this on Donna's blog - looks very good!

The Japanese Redneck said...

Looks like a great meal.