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CROCK POT CABBAGE, POTATOES, AND SMOKED SAUSAGE

Crock Pot Cabbage, Potatoes and Smoked Sausage - TSLCThis is a great recipe for dinner on a cold night  when you just need some comfort food.

1/2 head cabbage cut into chunks
5 or 6 potatoes peeled and cut into chunks
1 lb. smoked sausage cut into pieces(I use Hillshire Farm smoked sausage)
Salt and pepper to taste
Enough water to fill slow cooker half full
 
Add all ingredients to crockpot, cook on high for about 4 hours or low for about six hours until potatoes are done.
 
This goes well with a big pan of southern cornbread!
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7 Responses

  1. Will make this, only in a smaller amount.

  2. I like a little sprinkle of vinegar on mine!! Great mouth watering meals:-)

  3. Judy, I made this yesterday with a few added ingredients. I had some leftover cooked bacon from breaskfast, I chopped up 4 slices and added, also about 3 Tablespoons of bacon drippings, fresh ground pepper to taste and 1/2 red bell pepper cut into bite-size pieces. IN the words of my husband, “It’s a keeper!” Thank you for a wonderful recipe. I love your site! Theda

  4. i used smoked ham hocks….. so yummy

  5. I put this in the crockpot today and added green peppers and onions. I also used Johnsonville Chicken Sausages. I can’t wait to get home and try it out!

  6. I was so excited to try this recipe today, but alas I must have done something wrong as I found it very bland. It needed something more, onion, a kick, what?

  7. I’m loving this recipe! Looks like comfort food to me! :D

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