How to make it

  • Wash peppers, remove stems, ribs and seeds. Cut into 1 inch wide strips.
  • Heat oil in skillet large enough to hold peppers. Add garlic, and cook until browned. Discard garlic. Add onions to the oil and cook until softened but into browned. Add the peppers and salt to taste, cover the pan, and continue to cook over low heat until the peppers are soft. (about 30 minutes)
  • Prick the sausages all over with the tip of a sharp knife. Put in one layer in a heavy frying pan with 2 Tbl water. Cook over medium heat heat, turning often. The water should evaporate and the fat should run so the sausage cooks in it's own juice. Cook until the sausage is browned, and cooked through (10 to 15 minutes).
  • Add the peppers and onions to the sausages and heat together 5 minutes.
  • *At most street fairs, sausages and peppers are served inside crusty Italian rolls, cut open to hold them.
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  • browneyegirl 1 year ago
    Not a bad ideal.Thank you for helping me decide what to make now.
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  • conner909 6 years ago
    I love good Italian sausages and usually have them in spaghetti sauce. This recipe is good piled on pasta or as you suggest, in a crusty roll!
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  • flavorsofitaly 7 years ago
    Kukla, have you posted the recipe for your 'sauce'? I'd love to see it... :-)
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  • henrie 7 years ago
    Yes I agree I love pepper and sausage cooked together also, great post, thank you for sharing.
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  • kukla 7 years ago
    Love peppers & sausage together...I make a "sauce" that is very similar, cooked in a slow cooker..YUM!! Thank you for posting, FlavorsOfItaly :)
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