4 Reviews

I saw Giada make this on the Today show last month and wanted to compare it to my family recipe. The only difference being Marsala wine instead of dry red, chicken/turkey sausage, cutting the sausages and finishing cooking on top of the stove instead of the oven. My family also traditionally serves sausage and peppers over polenta...this compared very well with my family recipe and is probably less calories and heats the kitchen up less in the summertime!

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Cook4_6 July 01, 2012

Made this last night for dinner and loved it! I followed the recipe as stated with the exception of sweet and hot regular sausage! We ate it without rolls, just plain and it was great! The flavors were sweet and spicy! The heat is not to hot, it hits you in the back while the sweet hits in the front. It was quick and easy to throw together! I think this would even be good with chicken breast instead of sausage! Thanks or the post Amiec!

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Red Hot Italian June 04, 2012

Made this recipe twice and it's a home run in my house. Fairly easy to make. Didn't have wine so I used chicken broth. Still came out delish. Used spicy sausage. Definitely keeping this one in rotation.

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clouie76 April 22, 2012

Tried this recipe last night it was tasty! We used green peppers, red onions, and 1 can of mushrooms, and mild sausages.This turned out fabulous. My husband put it on sub roles and I ate it in a bowl. This has some kick depending on how much red pepper flakes you use, so be weary of the 1/4 teaspoon. All in all great dinner last night! Also, if you have left overs make some pasta the next night, and put this recipe as sauce with it fabuloso!

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906760 September 25, 2008
Giada's Sausage, Peppers, and Onions