Sunday, May 15, 2016

Spicy Mexican Corn Skillet with Sausage

 Mexican Corn Skillet with Sausage is a fabulous simple recipe ready in 25 minutes, made all in one skillet.  Hot sausage combines with red bell and jalapeno peppers to add some fantastic flavor to sweet roasted corn.  Finish this dish off with some fresh tomatoes and spices and you have a home run.  This simple recipe is definitely going on our permanent meal plan!

Mexican Corn Skillet with Sausage is a fabulous simple recipe ready in 25 minutes, made all in one skillet.  Hot sausage combines with red bell and jalapeno peppers to add some fantastic flavor to sweet roasted corn.  Finish this dish off with some fresh tomatoes and spices and you have a home run.  This simple recipe is definitely going on our permanent meal plan!


Enjoy!

With love from our simple kitchen to yours. 

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13 comments:

  1. This sounds so good Donna, it's making my mouth water and it's 7 in the morning here in NC. If you had sent this to me overnight express, I would definitley eat it for breakfast!

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    1. This would be fabulous for breakfast. Maybe with a side of eggs. YUM!

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  2. This would be great with Mexican chorizo!

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  3. We tried this out yesterday. It was great, and easy to make.

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    1. So happy to hear that it was a smashing success. Keep us posted on other recipes you try.

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    2. Yuuumm! My family loved this dish.!!

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  4. This was very good! I used chorizo and served it with taco shells and tortilla chips for tacos/nachos. It had a lot of flavor, the only thing I added was a handful or so of sweet onions, and it was a good addition! Thanks for a great and easy recipe!

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  5. This was so good! I used chorizo and served it with taco shells and tortilla chips for taco/nachos. It was a very flavorful mixture, the only thing I added was a handful or so of sweet onions, and it was a good addition! Thanks for a great and easy recipe!

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  6. love looking through here for recipes! So funny I read this one & stopped when I saw you talk about Iowa! I lived in Cedar Rapids for 10 yrs and my hubbs is born & raised there. Yay St. Judes Sweet Corn Festival! :)

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    1. Love the sweet corn festival. I want to go back so badly. Maybe this year. My husband was born and raised in Cedar Rapids too. Small world! Nice to meet you Tanya.

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  7. These flavors sound delicious. Makes my mouth water. Sweet corn is so wonderful. Thanks for sharing.

    Linda @ Tumbleweed Contessa

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  8. Yum this looks delicious.

    Keri
    http://www.thestylestudiobykb.com

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