Comfort Italian Sausage Stew

Comfort Italian Sausage Stew created by SharleneW

Serve this with crusty rolls to soak up the sauce.

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38mins
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  • In lg skillet over med heat, brown sausage.
  • Add wine, oil, onions and garlic; cook 5 minutes.
  • Add basil, oregano, red pepper flakes, both cans of tomatoes, and potatoes.
  • Bring to a boil.
  • Reduce heat, cover and simmer for 20 minutes.
  • Stir in parsley and salt.
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"Serve this with crusty rolls to soak up the sauce."

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  1. Im cookin
    I read the other reviews and added extra potatoes, but didn't have any other veggie on hand, so I stuck with the ones mentioned in the recipe. There wasn't much depth of flavor, even after I added chicken stock when I added the potatoes, but this IS a fantastic base. This is definitely something you want to build into your own dish - add veggies or whatever you usually add to other stews. Beans would be a good addition, but my bet would be kidney, not white. Also, serve it with crusty bread and it'll be much more satisfying
  2. Angela P.
    Not bad but it could of used a few more vegetables, onions & green peppers maybe some beans, just seemed to much tomato. I should of read the previous reviews first and maybe I would of thought to add more. Overall, perfectly edible food.
  3. Wugfun
    Very tasty and flavourful, yet seemed like watered down spaghetti sauce. Like it was missing something...
  4. TatianaBanana
    YUMMY! Super easy and so comforting! I added in some fresh tomatoes along with the diced and a small can of tomato soup since I didn't have stewed tomatoes. Also, I quickly cooked stelle (small star shaped pasta) in a cup of chicken broth and added that into the mix. It was hearty and moist. Thank you MizzNizz!
  5. R. Warren Meddoff
    I added some cubed zucchini and 16 oz of garbanzo beans. Hit it with some grated parmesian. Great comfort food.
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