Classic Swedish Potato and Hot Dogs Casserole Recipe
Quick dinner ideas are the best, so here you get a Swedish classic easy dinner recipe for a casserole with potatoes and hotdog sausages. If you have some leftover potatoes this recipe is always a great dinner idea!
1.1 lb (500 g) potatoes
4 hot dog sausages
1 white/yellow onion
2 tablespoons HP sauce sauce
2 tablespoons tomato purée
1 tablespoon ketchup
3 teaspoons paprika
0.85 cups (2 dl) milk
0.21 cups (0.5 dl. heavy cream
0.5 bundle fresh chives
- Peel potatoes with your KUMA Paring Knife or a traditional peeler.
- Cut potatoes into smaller equally sized pieces and boil them until you can put a fork in them and the potato will fall off when you lift the fork.
- Chop onion into fine pieces and cut hot dogs into quarter inch pieces.
- Heat up a pan with 2 tablespoons of oil or some butter.
- Add onion and sauté until soft. Then add sausage pieces and stir them around a bit so they get covered in the grease.
- After they’ve cooked for a bit add your HP sauce, tomato purée, ketchup, paprika, milk, and cream. Mix well to combine.
- Add the boiled potatoes and mix well. Let the potatoes soak up some of the sauce. If your dish looks too dry, add a little bit more milk.
- Taste with salt and pepper.
- Serve immediately with finely chopped chives.
Easy dinner recipe for traditional Swedish potato-hotdog casserole
Here you get a super easy recipe for a Scandinavian dinner with sausages and potato chunks in a creamy sauce. It’s the perfect dish if you have some leftover potatoes which makes it even quicker to make. Either way, it’s a very simple dinner to make. It’s made of potatoes, and hot dogs and onion in a lovely and easy cream sauce. We top with fresh chives but you can also use fresh parsley instead. We do like to add fresh herbs for presentation as well as the added flavor element.
A true classic and easy dinner recipe for kids and adults alike
This Swedish potato and sausage dish is truly an easy family friendly recipe for kids and adults alike. This is thanks to its mild flavor profile and soft textures. If you want to add some more vegetables into the dish you can replace some of the potatoes with carrots, cauliflower or beets. It all gets drenched in the lovely sauce anyway making it a great way to hide a lot of vegetables in the dish.
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