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Serve a simple skillet supper


Published: Wed, February 27, 2013 @ 12:00 a.m.

Family Features

Getting dinner on the table fast during a busy week need not cause a panic — or a call for carryout.

With this simple recipe and five key ingredients, supper is served in just 20 minutes.

Begin with a pantry staple that can be the starting point for lots of great meals – a can of READ German Potato Salad.

This ready-to-serve salad makes a savory side dish to accompany all kinds of entrees, but it’s so much more versatile.

Think of it as a base for a hearty soup, a casserole or a skillet meal like Quick Sausage and German Potato Salad Skillet.

Thinly sliced potatoes, deliciously seasoned with a vinegary-bacon dressing, make a perfect pairing with smoked sausage and a quick saut of onion wedges and colorful bell peppers.

Think of the prep time and number of ingredients saved by beginning with the potato salad.

And by choosing pre-cooked sausages, which can be browned and heated in about five minutes, cooking time is greatly reduced.

Add a mixed greens salad, perhaps topped with apple or pear slices, and dinner is done.

How quick, easy and appetizing is that?

For more great-tasting, simple recipes made with READ salads, visit www.READsalads.com.


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