Roasted Sausage and Potatoes with Herbs

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This roasted sausage meat and potatoes recipe with herbs is an excellent food idea any night of the week. The sausage meat and potatoes recipe has Italian sausage, extra-virgin olive oil, whole garlic cloves, small white potatoes, plain breadcrumbs, grated Pecorino Romano cheese, fresh rosemary, fresh thyme, salt and black pepper for a recipe idea the whole family is sure to love. For the full step by step instructions for this easy to make recipe, and plenty more you'll want to take a look at the Cooking With Nonna site.

The addition of fresh herbs in this roasted sausage meat and potatoes recipe is what takes this recipe over the top. Fresh herbs are a nice addition to any indoor garden and can be kept on a window sill, or somewhere in the house that gets sun during the day. Rosemary is one of the nicest smelling herbs and can be grown indoors during the winter. The nice thing about growing rosemary in the home is that you will have it for your potatoes and sausage meat recipes all year long. Caring for rosemary plants. You will find rosemary plants available for purchase throughout the year at your local nursery and often at your grocery store. Rosemary is easy to grow throughout winter if you know a few tips. Rosemary plants like a lot of light, between six to eight hours to be precise. Place the rosemary plant indoors, in a south-facing window where the temperature will remain warm. As for watering rosemary plants, it can be a bit tricky. Too much water will cause the rosemary to rot and too little water will cause massive die-back. As rosemary is a Mediterranean plant, the plant doesn’t like to stand in wet soil, but it also doesn’t like to be drought. Rosemary loves a bit of misting on its foliage. Water the plant when the top of the soil looks parched from the last watering. You can use both fresh and dried rosemary for a variety of recipe ideas and health benefits.

Rosemary can be used as a digestive aid. Rosemary as a tonic and bitter helps to support your ability to digest large proteins, such as those proteins found in meat, grain and dairy. A cup of rosemary tea is something to take just before you eat, or just after you eat, and will do a world of good for people who suffer from bloating, and blood sugar issues. Rosemary is a simple solution for headaches. A cup of rosemary tea is similar to taking an aspirin for minor aches and pains. Simply place a few fresh picked sprigs in the bottom of a cup, add hot water, cover and steep for 10 to 15 minutes, strain and enjoy. Rosemary is well-known for its abilities to thicken and often regrow hair. Rosemary tea as a wash or component of homemade shampoo is the way to go if you’ve been struggling with thinning hair. Stress and Anxiety. Rosemary tea can be a helpful strategy for coping with stress and anxiety. When you pass that fresh rosemary plant at your grocery store, be sure to pick one up and take care of it throughout the winter. Rosemary is an herb that will benefit the health of you and yours with abundance.

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