Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Sweet Peppers and Sausage

Here's a quickie dinner that I just kind of made up on the fly some time ago.
(Sweetface loves it!)

Every buy food because it looks so cute? Then you get it home and can't figure out what to do with it? (Or am I the only one that does that?) The first time I brought home a bag of these cute little mini-sized sweet peppers (and thankfully NO green ones; ick!) I had no idea what to do with them. So I decided to pair them with some nice sweet Italian sausage links.
 
I cooked the sausage links in a pan until done, and then removed them to a cutting board.
 
Meanwhile I cut up the sweet peppers crosswise.

Aren't they adorable?

I chopped up some red onions, too.
 

After the sausages were cooked and removed, I added the veggies to the pan.
Cooked until just done. 
Add seasonings of your choice.  I use salt, pepper, and this Garlic/Herb seasoning.

While the veggies cook, slice across the sausages.

 
When the veggies are cooked, add the sausages back in and reheat.
 

Serve it with some cornbread and a big glass of iced tea.
Yum!

6 comments:

  1. mmmmmmm.......yumm....thanks for sharing!!!

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  2. Oh wow, loving the look of that. Haven't seen small peppers like that here (agree with you about green ones), but sure I can improvise.
    Thank you so much for my lovely giveaway present, it arrived on Tuesday. The pot is so sweet and the chocs are yummy. I will pop it on my blog tomorrow as I have a new camera at last (mine died), minus a few choccys :) xx

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    1. So glad it arrived intact. Chocolates are better than peppers any day! :-)

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  3. I love to cook sausages with peppers onions and garlic and add a jar of tomato based sauce. And let it cook in the oven with a couple of jacket potatoes. And serve with green beans. Hope you don't mind me saying! Love this on a cold winter evening. Make a big batch so can freeze the extra. Ginny x

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  4. Doesn't that sound wonderful! I will definitely make this when it's "oven" weather. Thanks so much!

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