Even though I’m beat tired and want to just sleep, I really want to blog. It’s my therapy and it feels good to stick to a goal. I couldn’t live without my to-do lists and my goals. And a whole lotta other things… but it’s just a saying, okay?!
Plus, I’m really excited to share this recipe with you. I knew I had to blog it because it was delicious and easy- so it will become a go-to recipe from now on. I originally saw the idea from Mary Barry on Pinterest and was immediately excited to make it- with a few changes, of course. I never have all of the things to make the recipe exact and I actually like to add and change things to fit my families tastebuds.
We had the Latter Day Saint missionaries over for dinner, which if you haven’t done already- you should! They are wonderful and bring a special spirit into the house and always share a great message about Christ and His love for us. We love to have the missionaries over. Feeding two more adult boys though to our already 3 men,2 girls, 1 baby family is actually a lot to feed though! This recipe did exactly that though and on budget.
Sausage and Vegetable Pan on Ciabatta Buns
- a package of sausage of your choice (I got Italian, Mild) make sure there are at least 9 or however many you are serving.
- 6-8 Red potatoes
- 2 onions
- 2 Red Bell Peppers
- 1 Green Bell Pepper
- Salt, Pepper, Rosemary
- Ciabatta Buns
- 4 TBSP olive oil
- Slice all of your vegetables and dice your potatoes.
- Place in a bowl with your sausage and coat everything in the olive oil. Stir it around to make sure it is on everything.
- Take a fork and stab the sausage a few times on each one. Scatter on a cookie sheet.
- Sprinkle generously with salt, pepper, and rosemary.
- Put in the oven at 400 for 35 minutes. Take out, flip the sausage around, stir the vegetables a bit, and put it back in for another 20 minutes.
- Once your pan is done you can toast your ciabatta buns by spreading butter and cheese on them and placing them in the oven till the cheese is melted.
And anything is good on ciabatta rolls, amiright or amiright?
All you really do is slice, dice, and put in the oven. I had sweet Elder Smith butter of the bread, sprinkle mozzarella on and bake the bread to get it warm. Elder Hampshire never fails to set the table for us either.
I know, I know. The sauce on the side is not an appetizing sight. But it is, I promise. It’s the mustard BBQ sauce I was talking about in my BBQ Peach Meatballs (Slowcooker). Delicious with or without.
The missionaries decided they had a bit of a sweet tooth after and decided to make cookies for us. You’ll have to have them over a few times though before you get that privilege!
Calvin is only a little spoiled. Yeah, a lot spoiled- I love my baby. If we’re all eating cookie dough right in front of him how are we supposed to deny those big, blue eyes?
Feel free to downsize or increase proportion sizes or change the recipe for your family’s needs. If you are wondering about the missionaries- there are always some in your area who would love a bite to eat! Or to just come over- I guess you don’t have to make food.. but you can never go wrong with food… 🙂
Visit https://www.mormon.org/missionaries to get into contact with some by you.
As always, see you next week with my FAVORITE RESTAURANT REVIEW. I am so dang excited. Happy cooking!
Marinn (and Calvin)