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Quick, tasty and easy. I used red bell peppers and green peppers that are known as "Italian" peppers around here. I also used local sausage, longaniza, and was too lazy to go and buy tomatoes so I used a bit more tomato sauce! I also cooked the sauce for quite a long time, as I don't like my cooked peppers in any way hard. The sauce would be lovely, as CountryLady said, by itself, or even with veggie sausages.

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Neever December 02, 2006

Very good over noodles! I cut the sausages into chunks and only used one big onion. Great weekday meal- next time I might add some oregano or basil though. Thanks for sharing!

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ellie_ September 28, 2006

I had some leftover grilled Sausages that I had in the freezer. I went on the Zaar to find what I could make with them and this sounded good. WOW! It was incredable. I cut up the sausage into 1" bits & served the whole dish over rice. The only thing I would do different next time is use a Hot/Spicy Sausage to give it a bit of a kick. Thanks for the great recipe.

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Bill Butler August 17, 2006

Delicious! The only changes I made were to use extra garlic and to add some wine to the pan shortly after adding in the tomatoes. I added the tomato sauce and put the sausages back in once the wine was almost completely evaporated. We had this with basmati rice. SO GOOD!

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Heaven's Kitchen July 07, 2006

Very easy & quick to make and the flavours mingle well. I made as posted using ordinary beef sausages. Thanks for posting a great 'keeper' :)

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Jen T April 18, 2006

We love sausages but they are reserved for those 'treat meal days'... and this is definitely a treat. Made this several times using sweet Italian sausages. What a wonderful combination, the onions, peppers and tomatoes so compliment the sausage. Having an abundance of home grown tomatoes I did toss in a couple extra tomatoes, other then that I followed the recipe ... wouldn't change a thing. This ones another keeper!

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Gerry October 21, 2005

I was outside doing yard work when the aroma hit me. I came into the house and told my wife I don't know what you're cooking, but you better have enough for the rest of the neighborhood! This is a terrific recipie. My wife used a 14oz can of diced tomatoes instead of the fresh ones. Thank you CountryLady!

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hjfarley May 19, 2005

This is absolutely wonderful! I have made sausage and peppers a gazillion times, but never thought of adding tomatoes and sauce. Followed recipe exactly and it is perfect. Thanks so much for posting this keeper, CL.

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Marie November 07, 2004

This was absolutely wonderful. I have made sausage, peppers and onions before, but I never used this method. The boiling and adding garlic & fresh tomatoes were new for me. We had it as is and also on Italian rolls and it's just fabulous. I will confess that I used a can of pizza sauce instead of tomato sauce(I only had giant cans of tomato sauce and didn't want to open one for such a small amount). Other than that, followed to a "T" and it was really delicious. The kids can't wait to have more tomorrow! ;)

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Karen=^..^= October 29, 2004

Sorry, I thought this was quite bland. I felt the it needed a lot more black pepper perhaps, or maybe you need to use the hot sausages to give it the extra flavour. I used really nice toulouse sausages, though, which I thought would be good with this, but was disappointed.

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Bridget C March 02, 2008
Sausages & Bell Peppers