Prep 5 mins
Cook 30 mins
Funny how a certain scent can just send you reeling. Remember the smell of sausage cooking at a fair? I remember this scent walking in Gatlinberg, TN during vacations. There is a little place called Fannie Farkles who always has it on the grill...enticing me. And now I've stolen their name...will probably be in copyright prison by the time you read this.
- Heat gas grill to medium or charcoal until coals are"ready".
- Meanwhile, cut up onions and peppers.
- Place sausages on grill.
- Total cooking time will be about 20-25 minutes, turning freqently.
- During last 10-15 minutes, place grill basket containing veggie strips on the grill, cooking until crisp tender.
- When everything is almost done, brush hoagie rolls lightly with oil.
- Lay face down on grill and grill until lightly browned.
- To assemble, place one sausage in hoagie roll.
- Add peppers and onions to your liking.
- Drizzle lightly with spaghetti sauce.
- Serve extra sauce on the side for dipping.
- This recipe will serve 2-5 people depending on how many guests and how hungry you are.
- I usually make this just for the hubby and I so I have extra for my"Hot Italian Soup"-- recipe to follow.
I needed a quick dinner with hot italian sausage...this one sounded great but I don't grill so I threw it all in the crockpot. Fantastic!
Yummy sandwich! I did everything on the stovetop and used both red and green peppers. Simple and good. Thanks Jaymee for a nice dinner. Made for Cookbook Tag.
Love Italian Sausage Sandwiches and Fanny Farckle's is delish!. I read up on the restaurant and it sounds like a great place to nosh! Thanks for submitting your recipe I am sure it will match any of Fanny Farckles.
24 July 2010 Made again. I used bulk Hot Italian and made patties. Then used a mini pita as the bun Love the peppy flavor