5 Reviews

I have never written a recipe review before, but I had to thank you! This is hands-down the best recipe I've ever found for me to bring to a party. I made it exactly as you suggested, and it was a total crowd pleaser. Even the most Italian of my family members had seconds. What I love about it is that it's so much healthier without all the grease of frying the traditional way, and it is almost impossibly easy. I hope you have more cooking for a crowd suggestions! I'm a fan!

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freeoh April 08, 2015

I needed something to go with a polenta dish I was making and thought the sausage, peppers and onions would be the perfect complement to the polenta. I made this as directed, with the addition of tomato sauce. This went very well with the polenta base. Recipenapped for the February 2012 Aus/NZ Swap.

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Crafty Lady 13 February 14, 2012

Excellent recipe. Thank you. I tweekes it a little by browning sausage in frypan with sliced garlic before baking in oven.

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lkkalj_9206409 July 28, 2011

Really easy to make! I halved the recipe and used 2 lbs of sweet Italian sausage links. This fit perfectly into a 9x9 pan. Baked for 2 hours. We made up our sandwiches with mozzarella cheese that I melted briefly under the broiler. With the leftovers, we grilled the sausage for the next set of sandwiches and both DH and I liked them better. Did I mention this was really easy to do? LOL Thanks!

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Kim127 May 15, 2008

I cut this recipe down to make 2 pounds of sausage. This was SO good and easy to make. Everyone loved them. My family preferred them without cheese. I actually made these on the grill but followed the rest of the recipe as written. Will be making again!

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bmcnichol February 23, 2008
Easy Italian Sausage, Peppers and Onions for a Crowd or a Few