This cheesy potato and smoked sausage gratin, which takes just minutes to make, is a hearty meat and potato meal that everyone will like. It is meant to be appreciated and shared with others. 

Cheese, OHHH! There's plenty of cheese. What kind of person does not like cheese? 

Cooking up this cheesy potato and smoked sausage casserole is fast and simple, making it a meat-and-potatoes type of meal that everyone will enjoy. It is intended to be enjoyed and shared with others. 

The combination of sausages and potatoes simply seems like it was meant to be, don't you think? If you believe the same, this recipe for Cheese Potato & Smoked Sausage Casserole is ideal for you. A rich and creamy sauce is used to coat the potatoes, which are partly cooked and combined with chopped smoked and cured sausages before being baked. To be sure, more cheese is sprinkled on top before everything is baked together in the oven. 
Because this recipe calls for smoked and cured sausages, there is no need to cook the sausages first. If you're just using smoked sausages, though, you may wish to cook them for a few minutes beforehand. Despite the fact that this recipe asks for keeping the skins on the potatoes to provide texture (as well as fiber), you may definitely peel them if you want. The wonderful thing about casseroles is that they can be modified to your taste.


– 3 Pounds.Of russet potatoes; I peeled and cut them into cubes, and boiled until tender but not mushy.

– 1 pound.Of thinly sliced smoked sausage.

– 4 large spoons.Of soft butter. 

– 4 large spoons.Of all-purpose flour. 

– 2 Cups.Of half&half/milk.

– Salt and pepper, to taste

– Half a pound.Of cubed Velveeta cheese.

– Half a cup.Of grated sharp cheddar cheese. 

– A pinch.Of smoked paprika


– Step 1: First, you need to sauté sausages in 2 large spoons of olive oil in a big pan over medium-low heat, rotating and stirring often, until they have browned a little on the edges. 

– Step 2: And, lightly coat a 9-by-13-inch baking dish with nonstick cooking spray to prevent sticking. Transfer the cooked potatoes and sausage to a baking dish and toss only until the ingredients are evenly spread. 

– Step 3: After that, you need to increase the heat to medium and pour the butter into the pan, stirring constantly. 

– Step 4: When the butter is completely melted, mix in the flour, and allow to simmer for approximately a minute, whisking continuously, to completely eliminate the flour flavor from the sauce. 

– Step 5: Following that, whisk in gradually 1/4 to 1/2 cup at a time, until the half and half are equally distributed throughout the mixture. Continue to simmer until the sauce has thickened. 

– Step 6: Slowly add the Velveeta and season with salt and pepper until the cheese is melted and the sauce has smoothed out, stirring continuously. 

– Step 7: Then, spread the cheese sauce over the potatoes and meat in an equal layer. Sprinkle the grated cheese on top in an equal layer. 

– Step 8: Bake for around 45 minutes, until potatoes are fork soft and the top of the casserole is brown.

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