Fried Peppers, Onions and Sausages

I don't think the generic pork sausages found in most North American supermarkets would be suitable for this recipe. Rather, go for European-style or artisanal (Bruce Aidell?) sausage. It'll make the dish.

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directions

  • Heat oil in large skillet over medium heat.
  • Add peppers, onion, garlic and vinegar and saute 10 minutes.
  • Cover and cook until tender, about 5 minutes longer.
  • Season to taste.
  • Meanwhile, cook sausage in another large skillet over medium-high heat until brown and cooked through, turning occasionally, until skin is browned and lightly blistered, about 15 minutes.
  • Transfer to platter; surround with pepper mixture.
  • Serve with polenta.
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"I don't think the generic pork sausages found in most North American supermarkets would be suitable for this recipe. Rather, go for European-style or artisanal (Bruce Aidell?) sausage. It'll make the dish."
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  1. sugarpea
    Beautiful and delicious. I like my veggies with a bit of crunchy-bite so I cooked them a bit less than directed. Peppers, onions and sausage seem to be natural companions and the vinegar was a wonderful addition. Served it with risotto.
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  2. evelynathens
    I don't think the generic pork sausages found in most North American supermarkets would be suitable for this recipe. Rather, go for European-style or artisanal (Bruce Aidell?) sausage. It'll make the dish.
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