What a surprise, another recipe from Rachael Ray, I swear I am not getting any kick back for recommending her recipes so much.
This is actually a main dish and a side, I cut the recipe in half so I wouldn't have a ton of leftovers.
So lets gather up some ingredients and get some things started.
You will need some sausages, chicken broth, vinegar, garlic, horseradish, potatoes, onions, butter, honey, herbs, milk and some kind of cream. I chopped the onions the night before so I would have less to do after work.
The first thing you want to do is chop up the potatoes.
Chop up the garlic.
Measure your chicken stock and we are ready to cook!
Get the potatoes in a pot with some water and throw a lid on it.
Get the sausages in a pan with some oil.
Brown them all around and then get them out of the pan. That cute plate is a Corelle plate, I have started to collect them. I have a Pyrex/Corning problem :)
Add in the onion, garlic and whatever herbs you like. Season with salt and pepper and let these guys go for about five minutes.
Check your potatoes! Get the lid off if the water is boiling and add in some salt.
When the onions are brown, add in the vinegar, stock and honey. Bring this to a boil and scrape up any bits off the bottom of the pan.
Get the sausages back in and let this simmer away for about 10 minutes.
While those braise away get the potatoes drained and back into the pan. Toss in your butter, horseradish, milk and cream and smash it all around.
Looks like our sausages are ready to go too, lets eat!
This may not be the most beautiful thing I have ever made, but it was delicious. The real stars for me were the onions and the potatoes. I will definitely make this again.