This is an easy midweek supper dish that can be made from start to finish in only 30 minutes. Bacon is quick to cook and packed with flavour. It is easier to cut up bacon using scissors instead of a knife.
I don't recall which magazine I got this from.
This recipe has a nice flavor, not over powering, but a nice mild flavor.
Serve with a nice crusty bread and maybe a light salad.
The recipe actually calls for noodles but I discovered I was out so I used bow tie pasta. Any pasta will do.
I found the basic idea for this recipe in a "TOH" "Country Pork Cookbook", it was sent in to them by Fern Leinweber from Longmont, Colorado.I had to change a few things due to what was on hand, and our personal tastes. For the green peppers, I used a small amount of freeze dried red and green peppers. If the finished recipe looks too thick, just add a little bit more milk to thin it out.Submitted to "ZAAR" on March 11,2009
We make this all the time! I got the recipe from a website quite awhile ago, I don't remember where exactly. It is so simple. You just make it in your MICROWAVE! How great is that??? By the way...we prefer the skinless sausage but by all means use what you like.
I'm from the South so I could eat a whole tub of this! I put my favorite spices and turkey kielbasa in this twist on okra and tomatoes. Please try to use fire-roasted tomatoes, I think it really makes it taste good! They carry the Muir Glen brand of fire-roasted tomatoes at Whole Foods and Wal-Mart Supercenter. I really hope you like it!
We love kielbasa so thinking I could get my family to try something new came up with this for lunch. Now it is a quick favorite for anytime. You can adjust the amounts to suit your taste or what you have on hand.
My Mom made these often when I was growing up and I have always loved them! I think this is the most authentic and traditional way to make these.Traditional Sausage and Peppers do NOT have tomato sauce! We always ate them on Italian sub rolls with mustard but you could eat these alone with good crusty bread on the side. This serves 8 and can easily be scaled down or increased depending on how many you want to feed.
As a single mom, this is one of those "can't live without" recipes. It's yummy and requires very little prep. Both of my boys love it. Don't substitute smoked sausage. We tried this once and really didn't like it.
Tired of using ground beef the same old way? Try this spicy dish! Feel free to double the sauce if you like it really saucy! Update: the hoisin sauce is quite sweet, so you might start off with just a little and work your way up!