Recipe by The Kitchen at Johnsonville Sausage
"Colorful, zesty meal that satisfies everyone at the table!"
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1 (19.76 ounce) package
Johnsonville® Italian Mild Sausage Links, cooked and bias-sliced
1 (28 ounce) can
chopped Italian tomatoes and herbs
red pepper, julienned
green pepper, julienned
yellow pepper, julienned
Salt and pepper to taste
Wonderful and easy recipe. I served mine over farfalle and it was perfect for us. We love, love Johnsonville Italian sausage. I removed the casings and quick-fried pieces of the sausage along with my onions and peppers. I then added the tomatoes and let it simmer about an hour just to impart all the fabulous flavors. Leftover sausage and peppers will make a terrific hot sandwich. Great recipe!!
This was delicious! My family ate the entire batch and asked for more! The Johnsonville sausages were absolutely delicious. Perfecto!
We just loved this. I have to admit that this is not the first time that I have made this, we have it regularly. Love this sausage and we usually eat it as a sandwich. Tomatoes on the bottom of the bread with sausage, onions and peppers piled on top. Too yummy.
This recipe is very similar to Johnsonville Italian Sausage and Pepper Skillet. The two main differences between these two recipes: (1) this one has more liquid to it because of the amount of tomatoes and (2) it doesn't have basil like the other one. The other one is perfect for making a sandwich whereas this one is perfect over pasta. Both are delicious, quick, and very easy to make.
We love sausage and peppers. It is so easy and tastes great. I served it over penne pasta with garlic bread.
I was looking for something easy with ingredients I had on hand... I never expected it to taste so amazing. Even my kids loved it and that says a lot! It will be a recipe I keep on hand again and again!
Excellent recipe! It screamed spaghetti noodles for me! Loved it! I used the hot Italian sausage but that's what we love!
This recipe was quick, easy, and had a good flavor. My only issue is, it yielded a lot more sauce than I expected and so I am not sure how to serve this. I was thinking it was kind of like the sausages in the buns. However, after following the directions as is, it seems more like something one would put over rice or something similar. I did have to cook the peppers and onion about 7-8 minutes before adding the sauce instead of the suggested 2. Still a quick meal to get on the table. ty
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Johnsonville(R) Italian Sausage and Pepper Medley
Serving Size: 1/5 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 5
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 395
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