Absolutely wonderful, made as suggested.
Alan, we really enjoyed these Sausage Sandwiches. I grilled the sausages and used the red wine option for the pepper and onions. Delicious! Thank you for posting this recipe.
Just fabulous! I liked it MUCH better without the addition of the marinara. To be fair to the poster of this recipe, I did not use his recipe for marinara...but nonetheless I had the best hot italian sausage and the addition of the peppers, cheese and hoagie rolls was all it truly needed to be THE perfect sandwich! I also did not use the provolone...I meant to, but forgot to buy it. No matter...was perfect with the mozzarella/parmesan combo. I also used closer to 1/2 cup of dry cab because the temp on my fry pan was so hot when I added it, that it ate up every bit of liquid from the wine...so I added more and drank some more! ;) My husband and I arm-wrestled over the leftovers...I lost. Excellent! Will make again and again....without marinara.
Fantastic! I chose to use hot italian sausage, 2 green bell peppers. The marinara sauce I used Prego chunky and added a can of diced tomatoes garlic and onion flavor. Those were my only variations. I ate one immediatly and wrapped the other 3 in foil to take to work for lunches. I froze the extra marinara.
LOVE,LOVE,LOVE, this recipe!! It is soooooo good. Lots of flavor. After his first bite my DH said, this needs to be one of our favorites. It is so tasty. I didn't have an provolone so I just doubled up on the mozzarella. I also added fresh mushrooms to step 3. I really liked the way the top of the bread toasted in the oven. Thank you so much Alan for shring such a wonderful recipe :)
Wow, now that's a sandwich!! Made it as directed, used Kittencal's marinara sauce and made enough of the ingredients for the two of us. I loved the way the poaching of the sausages made them so tender. I have never done that before. We were "stuffed" after eating one sandwich each, didn't even want an evening snack! Thanks, Carole in Orlando
Delicious! Next time I will double the recipe but use four sub rolls to fit the sausages in better. Thanks for sharing this keeper!
This was delicious. Next time I will slice the sausages, peppers, and onions into bite size pieces just to make it easier to eat. We had to use a knife and fork but it was excellent!
YUM, YUM, YUM, YUM, YUM! Can you tell I enjoyed this sandwich? I didn't change a thing and they were fantastic. I typically don't care much for green peppers, but they were delicious here. The rolls I used were so huge that each had two sausages on them, but DH and I ate them up with no problems. I thought the cheese amount and the marinara was perfect, and I wouldn't change a thing. Alan, you rock.
Very good! I added 4 cloves of garlic. Doubled the recipe. Used yellow,red and orange peppers. 1/2 cup red wine.Only used 3 tablespoons oil.