Old-Fashioned Sausage and Peppers

Old-Fashioned Sausage and Peppers created by Bergy

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  • Divide oil between 2 large skillets with lids; heat over medium heat.
  • Divide garlic, onion and peppers between skillets and cook, stirring as needed, until onion is translucent, about 5 minutes.
  • Add sausages, 4 to a skillet, and cook about 4 minutes more until sausages begin to brown.
  • Add tomatoes, wine, oregano and a pinch of salt to pans.
  • Cover, bring to simmer for about 25 minutes, until peppers are soft.
  • Season with salt and pepper.
  • Serve with crusty bread.
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  1. momof2leos
    I made this for a BBQ of 30 people and it was a big success! It pleased a large family of Italian Americans and since I'm a (mostly) Polish cook, that's saying something! I increased the ingredients to make enough sauce for 12 lbs. sausage (both sweet and hot). I used a whole bottle of chianti (paisano) and two cans crushed plum tomatoes (28 oz.) as well as the same size can of tomato sauce. And, of course, I added extra peppers and went with vidalia onions.
  2. hillsralive
    FANTASTIC! My husband, who normally just tolerates Italian Sausage, LOVED this! Acutally, we all did...it's delicious! I used a sweet Italian sausage coil that I cut into bun sized pieces, and I too used a whole can of crushed tomato. I can't wait to make this again and again...THANK YOU for sharing this recipe! Mmmmmm....
  3. frozen_rain
    We love the flavour of this dish! We will make this again and again. A few changes we made: used yellow onions instead of red and omitted the sweet sausage. We also like to saute the onions for quite a while before adding the peppers --seems to bring out the onion flavour a bit more as the peppers tend to add a lot of moisture. Overall, delicious!!!!
  4. frozen_rain
    We love the flavour of this dish! We will make this again and again. A few changes we made: used yellow onions instead of red and omitted the sweet sausage. We also like to saute the onions for quite a while before adding the peppers --seems to bring out the onion flavour a bit more as the peppers tend to add a lot of moisture. Overall, delicious!!!!
  5. My2Siamese
    This was delicious and a big hit with my family. I added several more sausages than were called for and cooked this entirely in one enormous skillet rather than two. By mistake, I added the entire 16 oz. can of crushed Italian plum tomatoes, instead of just 1 cup. This error added so much extra liquid that I just let it simmer, uncovered, for quite some time to reduce the sauce. Actually this just made it all the more flavorful. I also added some fennel seed, a spice which perhaps surprisingly works really well with Italian sausages. I will make this again. Thanks Dancer^!
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