Sausage, Peas and Potatoes

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The Most Adaptable Dinner Ever
If you're going to have one back-pocket recipe that will never let you down, this is it: You throw links of sausage, wedges of potato and onion and some olive oil onto a baking sheet and roast, adding a can of peas at the end. But if you think of the vegetable ingredients as merely suggestions, tons of possibilities unfold. Use sweet-potato wedges instead of the Idahos. Skip the peas and toss in sliced, red bell peppers in their place. Sprinkle everything with truffle salt. It's almost impossible to go wrong. No matter what you use, the sausage's robust flavor brings everything together.

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