Sausage, Pepper and Onion One-Pot

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  • on July 03, 2013

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    Very filling and a great way to feed a crowd. The flavors blended well. I'll try serving over rice or with potatoes next time as another way to soak up some of the juice.

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  • on January 08, 2012

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    Very filling and makes the house smell great without too much effort -- it's a great comfort food. I used sausage meat without casings broken up into little chunks and I'll use that again next time. I'm looking forward to leftovers later in the week!

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  • on October 13, 2011

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    I think this is a great meal very tasty easy to prepare... an instant hit with the family... great full flavor...

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  • on October 09, 2011

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    Love this! I've never been a big fan of sausage until recently. My grocery store makes a garlic provolone sausage that is really good in this recipe. I omit the chili peppers since my girls won't eat anything too spicy. Braising the sausages leaves them nice and juicy while assuring that they are fully cooked. I'm going to make this for an upcoming potluck dinner at school. Yummy, yummy, yummy!

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  • on August 24, 2011

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    Delicious and easy. I used mostly chicken Italian sausage and a couple regular hot Italian sausages too.. Browned them whole, sautéed the vegetables, then sliced the sausages up and let them cook through in all the other ingredients. Seemed like a quicker approach than waiting for water to boil off. Yum!

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  • on June 18, 2011

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    My family loves this dish! We use chicken sausages, a mix of sweet and hot. The part that takes the longest is letting the water boil off; I use a little less water than called for to speed things along, especially since you have to reheat it if you're doing it as a make-ahead meal. You can get everything chopped up while the sausage is cooking and then after that it goes together really fast. Only thing is, the fresno chili makes it pretty hot, and my kids don't like hot spicy food, so I just add in a pinch of red pepper flakes instead. Lots of veggies in it make it pretty and nutritious and the longer it sets, the better it gets!

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