Again, as always, I am the WORST at taking food pics!! Teach me, Masters, teach me!
On my plate it’s a gourmet meal. On my phone it’s dog food.
So as I always have to say, go by the recipe not the picture, lol
This recipe is sooooo easy; it’s filling, you don’t have to follow it perfectly and it’s also a great way to use up veggies that aren’t going to last much longer.
A pack of sweet (or spicy) Italian links at the grocery is roughly around $3.50 a pack and they go on sale often. Krogers has them for $2.99 a lot.
Warm a small amount of oil in a deep skillet and start adding your veggies. Thinly sliced bell pepper are pretty much a staple in the recipe. But like I said, if you have veggies that have seen better days and need to be used. throw them in.
I commonly use:
garlic- you can’t go without the garlic!! I keep a large container of minced garlic from Sam’s on hand at all times. Like the Frank’s commercial, “I put that S&*$ on everything.”
Don’t forget your spices- you’ll need salt, pepper. Italian seasoning if you want.
Ok, so saute those veggies…..get your bell peppers soft. Once they start to soften- throw in your Italian sausage links cut in small slices.
When your sausge starts to brown you’re going to want to add a jar of your favorite sauce. This can be marina, meat flavored, etc (Basically, your favorite spaghetti sauce)
You can serve this over crusty bread slices or in a hoagy bun. So filling- so much flavor!