Recipe: Crock Pot Sausage Stew
The crock pot is basically the best invention in the whole world. Short on time but still want to make something delicious for dinner? Use your crock pot. Have a really busy day planned but still want to make something home made? Use your crock pot. The crock pot is the perfect solution for a busy mom who still wants to serve her family high quality healthy meals. This is a VERY easy recipe that I made up. It can very easily be modified to your liking. If you’ve got a favorite vegetable I left out, throw it in. Not a fan of something I put in my sausage stew? Use something else! This is my verison of crock pot sausage stew and I think you’re really going to like it!
1 package of sausage (mine had about 10 sausage links in it)
1 package of carrots (diced)
1 package of celery (diced)
10 potatoes (diced)
1 box of beef broth or broth of your choice
Salt and pepper to taste
Dice your carrots.
Dice your celery.
Dice your potatoes.
Dump all your veggies in the crock pot.
Slice all your sausage links. This can get pretty messy because sometimes sausage isn’t the easiest thing to slice. Don’t worry, it doesn’t have to be perfect at all.
Add your sliced sausage to the crock pot and mix everything.
Add your box of broth.
Cover your crock pot with the lid and turn the crock pot to HIGH. Let everything sit ALL DAY. I usually put everything in first thing in the morning and the stew is ready to serve by the time my husband comes home around 5pm. I check on my stew every few hours if I get a chance and give it a good stir.
By the time dinner time rolls around, your sausage stew will be perfect and ready to serve!
Recipe: Crock Pot Sausage Stew.
- 1 package of sausage
- 1 package of carrots diced.
- 1 package of celery diced.
- 10 potatos diced.
- Salt and pepper to taste
- 1 box of beef broth
- Dice all your veggies and slice your sausage.
- Put everything in a crock pot and stir.
- Pour in the broth.
- Turn the crock pot on high and cover it with the lid.
- Let everything cook all day long.
- Give it a nice stir every few hours or whenever you get the chance.