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Yummy! I used hot Italian sausages and red bell pepper - wish I'd had green for a prettier color presentation. I think that I should have thickened the sauce a little more but it didn't impact the flavor at all. My grandson loved these and took all leftovers home with him, lol. Thanks JanuaryBride for a simple, quick and tasty meal. Made for ZWT by a fellow Emerald City Shaker.

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lazyme May 29, 2011

*Made for Australia/NZ Swap #38* This was very tasty -- I did with fresh yellow pepper and green pepper, frozen from last year's garden, and Rinaldi's 3 cheese pasta sauce. I simmered the whole sausages in the sauce, then cut them in small slices, and added back to the sauce for 20 minutes. Served over corkscrew pasta, with the cheese. Next time, I would use a regular yellow onion -- I think the sweet onion was just a tad on the sweet side, and we like our sauces more tart. It was an interesting method, and I am glad you posted, JanuaryBride !

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NurseJaney March 17, 2010

This was good and easy to make. I followed the recipe as written other then I used a bag of frozen peppers and onion. I also used more cheese then the recipe called for as we love cheese. We all enjoyed this.

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bmcnichol September 06, 2008

Very nice! I used a regular spaghetti sauce instead of cheese flavored, and a bag of frozen three pepper blend along with fresh onion. We had ours on rolls, but I can see this being just as good over pasta or by itself. I'll keep this in my recipe book for regular rotation. Made for ZWT 4 Italy (Daffy Daffodils)

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Ma Field June 09, 2008
Semi-Homemade Italian Sausages & Peppers