For the Potatoes
- Boil 4 to 5 glasses of water with a pinch of salt.
- 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.
- When the potatoes turn cold and easy to touch, dice them into inch long pieces.
- Heat 5 to 6 tablespoons of olive oil into a non-stick frying pan.
- Add the potatoes into the pan while the flame is still high.
- Fry the potatoes until they turn golden brown and crispy.
- Turn the flame low.
- Now sprinkle the potatoes with salt and black pepper powder. Garnish with chopped parsley leaves.
- Stir the potatoes for a couple of minutes more then take them off the heat and set aside for assembling.
For the Sausages
- Now heat an inch-high measure of olive oil ina frying pan.
- Add sausages into the pan.
Note: the sausages must be at least an inch deep into the oil.
- Let one side fry for at least 20 minutes over medium heat.
- Fry all 4 sides until they turn medium brown.
- Take it off the heat once it’s done.
- Take a separate dish. Put the cooked sausages and potatoes into it.
- 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.