Turkey Sausage & Peppers

"This is my own recipe for sausage & peppers. Using turkey sausage as opposed to pork can save up to half the amount of fat as the original dish. I use a splash of my own homemade pasta sauce for an extra flavor boost, but you can easily substitute straight-up tomato sauce."
 
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Ready In:
20mins
Ingredients:
9
Serves:
3
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ingredients

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directions

  • Heat one tablespoon of olive oil in a pan on high. Pat the sausages dry and brown on all sides. Remove from pan and set aside.
  • Add the second tablespoon of oilve oil to the same pan and saute the peppers and onions until tender. I prefer to keep the peppers slightly crisp.
  • Add the pasta sauce, vinegar and water to the vegetables and saute for a minute or two.
  • Add the sausages back to the pan. I like to slice them into bite-sized pieces, but you can certainly keep them whole.
  • Stir everything together and season with salt and pepper.

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I’m a twenty something, alright, late twenty something woman living on Long Island and working at a publishing company in the ever stressful NYC. Food makes me happy. What’s not to love about a cheeseburger and fries with a huge chocolate shake on the side? Come on, it’s a match made in heaven that would put a smile on even the grumpiest face. Unfortunately, I’ve been battling a pesky weight problem for what feels like an eternity. To make matters worse, I recently found out I have a blood sugar condition that will likely lead to diabetes. Doesn’t that sound like a recipe for disaster? So, I desperately needed to find a way to still love food, but also squeeze into a pair of skinny jeans. The solution, you ask? That’s a little tricky. I don’t believe in surviving off the frozen food aisle’s never-ending supply of frostbitten chemical concoctions. And the thought of eating a strict lettuce and water diet makes me want to throw myself off a building. So, what’s a gal to do? I learned to Diet-It-Up. I love to cook and I’m always finding ways to take my favorite recipes and shave off a few calories, eliminate some of the processed ingredients and overhaul it in a way that makes it healthier. I’ve mastered every diet under the sun and while Weight Watchers© and The South Beach Diet© can be very successful, they’re tough to stick with when you just want to eat something that tastes good. I don’t have any fancy formal credentials and I’m not going to preach to you about carbs or fat grams. I just want you to enjoy tasty, delicious meals without the next-day calorie guilt. Mix in a jog or two at the gym and you’re on your way to a healthier life. I’m beginning to collect some of my recipes here. I invite you to Diet-It-Up with me. If we’re good all week, maybe we can even sneak in a few sips of that chocolate shake, wink wink.
 
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