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Made this tonight. Did a google search for sausage, potato and spinach and this recipe popped up. It was easy and so tasty. Will definitely make again.
Amazing! We loved this. Will absolutely be making this again. Its very simple to make and budget friendly. Thanks.
Can you make ahead few hrs., or over night?
Yes, you could assemble the casserole a few hours ahead, or the day before cooking it. Let it cool down, refrigerate it, and then extend the baking time a bit since you’ll be starting out with a cold casserole.
This was delicious!! Thank you
This seems like a lot of work. I cook a lot, but this would have to be started 2 hours in advance. I won’t use anything pre-made, for example, mashed potatoes. But it sounds delicious, but I think I will have to skip it.
I came across your recipe while searching online for something different to do with italian sausage. I always make sausage and peppers but wanted something different. It is absolutely delicious. We love it. Ive even recommended it to my friends and family and they love it as well. So glad I found you!
I was a bit skeptical of this recipe but we have tons of ground pork that needs to get eaten. Made my own Italian Sausage (it’s very simple). Used raw baby swiss for cheese. This is a great recipe! It’s like an inverted shepherds pie!
I have a meatless version of this recipe. I just made this one and it smells and tatses awesome! One question tho, why do you wipe the pots and pans before adding onions and garlic and mashing the potatoes?
Hi Tracy, thanks for pointing that out. I found it confusing too, so I’ve rewritten the instructions.
I made this last night and used what I had on hand; sweet potatoes and monterey jack cheese. It was fantastic! My boyfriend raved the whole time he was eating it and told me I had to email it to him so we never lose the recipe. Thank you!
Loved this and it was easy to prepare. There was some time involved in the preparation so it may not be suitable for a super quick meal. But it came out delicious. I did not have nutmeg and I did leave the potatoes peeled and I only used my mexi blend cheese that I had. Also I doubled everything for a 9 1/2 by 11 dish. Will make again.
We all loved the flavor, but agreed a little more spinach and sausage and a little less mashed potato….still, we will be making this again!
I surprised my wife with this dish last night when she got home from work. Actually, we were both surprised because I learned that she hates casseroles (she likes everything to be separate on her plate). She agreed to try it and we both loved it. Many thanks for a creative and terrific recipe!
This is rich and sinful. A great comfort food. Loved it!
I made this recipe the other day and I wanted to let you know I thought it was SO good! Having the spinach in with the mashed potatoes is WONDERFUL!! It’s loaded with yummy flavor that my kids ate it up even though it had the “green stuff” in it. They even ate the onions which surprised the mess out of me. Those red cooked onions were so good! It was all so good! Thank you!
I made this for my husband and mother in law and both LOVED it. This recipe should not be halved in my house. This is very easy to make and definitely a keeper!
Not your typical casserole mush. A very different taste. Good flavor. Next time I will double the recipe.
Tried this dish last night and OMG I loved it!
My 2 1/2 y-old isn’t eating chicken. Nor spinach. So let’s put them together, I thought ;)
I just cooked this casserole and used chicken breast instead of sausages; added the spinach to the cooking potatoes when they’re almost done, then mashed them together.
He LOVED the dish :)
Tomorrow I’m gonna try another of your recipes, very inspiring!
Love Love Loved the addition of the apple-cider vinegar to the mashed potatoes, I have never done that (never even heard of that), but it added this layer if flavor that was incredible!!
ummm I did make some slight adjustments, solely due to the fact that I wanted to use ingredients I had on hand (sorry!) – I used ground turkey (but I know the sausage would have added better flavor) and I used Monterey jack cheese which added a creaminess but lacked that punch that you get with swiss – Great Recipe!
I’ve had this bookmarked forever and finally got round to making it yesterday…didn’t have any cider vinegar but balsamic worked wonderfully instead. I’m really sad that we only managed one night of leftovers…