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  • Veg
  • 25 mins
  • Serves 4
  • Easy



Johnsonville is famous for making sausages with natural ingredients. You can fry its flavorful sausages crispy to match just the taste you want!

Sausages are one of the most preferred items on the menu during summer time as not only do they taste delicious, they are also quick to prepare, so you don’t have to spend much time in the kitchen sweating!

Let’s have a look at how to make crispy and juicy sausages with potatoes!

Health Benefits

Johnsonville sausages with potatoes are great for a meal rich in protein and carbohydrates.

Enjoy this simple and easy dish with your favorite dip!

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How to Make Johnsonville

For the Potatoes

  1. Boil 4 to 5 glasses of water with a pinch of salt.
  2. Add whole potatoes and turn the heat to high and let potatoes boil. When the potatoes are half-boiled, pull them out of the water and lay them out in a tray. Cover them with a tissue paper and let it soak all the water.
  3. When the potatoes turn cold and easy to touch, dice them into inch long pieces.
  4. Heat 5 to 6 tablespoons of olive oil into a non-stick frying pan.
  5. Add the potatoes into the pan while the flame is still high.
  6. Fry the potatoes until they turn golden brown and crispy.
  7. Turn the flame low.
  8. Now sprinkle the potatoes with salt and black pepper powder. Garnish with chopped parsley leaves.
  9. Stir the potatoes for a couple of minutes more then take them off the heat and set aside for assembling.

For the Sausages

  1. Now heat an inch-high measure of olive oil ina frying pan.
  2. Add sausages into the pan.

Note: the sausages must be at least an inch deep into the oil.

  1. Let one side fry for at least 20 minutes over medium heat.
  2. Fry all 4 sides until they turn medium brown.
  3. Take it off the heat once it’s done.

For Assembling

  1. Take a separate dish. Put the cooked sausages and potatoes into it.
  2. Garnish with fresh chopped parsley leaves and serve hot!


  • The word “sausage” is derived from the Latin word salsisium with means ‘something that has been salted’.
  • Many people agree that one should avoid poking a sausage (no matter how tempted they may be!) as it cooks because it releases its entire flavor when poked.

Amanda Russo

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