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Ratatouille With Italian Sausage

Ratatouille With Italian Sausage created by Donna Matthews

Sometimes I serve this over angel hair pasta, but more often with a good fresh loaf of bread.

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  • Boil sausages in water until fully cooked.
  • Cool and cut into slices.
  • Prepare vegetables while sausage is cooking and cooling.
  • In a large skillet or wok, heat oil.
  • Add onion and garlic.
  • After 5 minutes add eggplant.
  • After 5 minutes add bell pepper.
  • After 5 minutes add zucchini.
  • After 5 minutes add mushrooms.
  • After 5 minutes add can of tomatoes, seasonings, and sausage.
  • Heat through and serve.
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"Sometimes I serve this over angel hair pasta, but more often with a good fresh loaf of bread."
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  1. Donna Matthews
    Ratatouille With Italian Sausage Created by Donna Matthews
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  2. Abby Girl
    Ever so often, I go through my cupboards/fridge/freezer and do a thorough clean out! I had 1/2 can of chopped tomatoes, fresh basil, 8 Italian sausage links and lasagna noodles to use up. Because of some of the ingredients I had available, I ended up making some changes to this recipe. I was only able to get Japanese eggplants, so I used 3 small, 2 small zucchini and left out the green pepper (personal preference), and added everything else...plus the chopped tomatoes and fresh basil. I took the sausage meat out of the casing and sauteed with the garlic and onion. I added everything else and simmered for 45 minutes. It was a little on the dry side, so I added 1/2 cup tomato juice, 1 T tomato paste and a pinch of sugar. I ended up making 2 - 8" lasagna dishes (one for the freezer to use for a later date) The recipe is very generous... and very flexible. This can be served with angel hair pasta, made into a lasagna, served over mashed potatoes or just eaten with bread. Perfect for OMAC. Comfort food for the fall and winter months! I had made this many years ago but had forgotten about it, so this will definately go into my regular rotation. Thanks for the contribution, Donna
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  3. Donna Matthews
    Sometimes I serve this over angel hair pasta, but more often with a good fresh loaf of bread.
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