One of the first signs that the holidays are truly upon us is when I see Hillshire Farm set up at the mall. Growing up in Canada, this was the only time I could get Hillshire Brands. When I moved to America and found out that my local grocery store carried Hillshire Farm products ALL YEAR, I think I almost fell over… well that was years many, many kielbasa purchases ago, and I have been buying Hillshire Farm products as part of my usual grocery trips ever since.
I have been shopping at this GORGEOUS Safeway by my new place. It’s probably the nicest grocery store I’ve ever been in – they have everything! There is a Starbucks (always a bonus for me), Jamba Juice, bulk section, on site coffee-roasting, sushi, a huge cheese selection, a liquor store, and well you name it! Beautiful store!
Before I go grocery shopping, I always check out the Safeway app on my phone, and download their J4U coupons that I will use most – sometimes I even save just dollars off of my total purchase! Bonus! Anyhow, I went there last night and picked up some Hillshire Farm Beef Smoked Sausage, along with the rest of my groceries. Get your downloadable coupon for Hillshire Farms smoked sausage and other Hillshire Brands products here, and sign up for Safeway Just4U too if you have a Safeway near you because there are some serious savings!
When I came home, I thought of something to make with the yummy Hillshire Farm smoke sausage I got, and I immediately thought of my childhood, and the homey protein-packed meals that my Mom used to make, but I wanted to put my twist on it, and I made this delicious easy one-pot beef smoked sausage and potatoes recipe.
1 package Hillshire Farm Beef Smoked Sausage, sliced into 1/4″ pieces
3 potatoes, diced
1 onion, sliced
1 tomato, diced
1 head broccoli, florets only
1 garlic clove, minced
3 tbsp olive oil
1 can beer
2 tbsp whole grain mustard
Prep all of your ingredients.
In a large skillet, heat olive oil over medium heat. When shimmering add sausage, potatoes and onions. Season with salt and pepper.
Keep stirring and let it cook for 10 minutes, until the potatoes start to soften and the onions become translucent. Add broccoli, tomatoes and garlic and stir – ahhh… smell that garlic!
Delic, right? Let it cook for about 5 minutes, and then add the mustard and beer. Mix it all up, bring to a boil, and then let it simmer away on low until all of the liquid has been absorbed – about 25 minutes.
Once the liquid has been absorbed and your taters are soft, dinner is ready! If you want to get all fancy, sprinkle a little parsley over the top. I bet a little saurkraut would be good with this dinner too.
I told you, it was quick and easy… and delicious. Want some other inspiration? Try one of these tasty recipes that use Hillshire Brands products!
Easy Sausage and Potatoes by Life of A Traveling Navy Wife
Spooky Mummy Dogs by Jenerally Informed
Kielbasa with Apples, Potatoes and Peppers by Meatloaf and Melodrama
Chicken & Sausage Skillet by MommyEnvy
Spicy Smoked Sausage Wraps by Strawberry Mommy Cakes
Smoked Sausage Penne Pasta by Sincerely, Jamie
Buttermilk Biscuit Waffles with Creamy Sausage Gravy by Kitchen Concotions
Mini Corn Dogs by Addicted 2 Savings 4 U