Smoked Sausage And Peppers Recipe
Ever had one of those nights when you come in late from work or from running the kids from one activity to the other? No time to think about dinner but don’t want to hit the drive-thru either? Well this is the perfect go to meal.
I discovered this smoked sausage stir fry recipe when I was in grad school. It was a standard fare for my roommate. A great combination of cheap and easy. And it has become a real comfort food for me. And to top it all off it’s something that the kids will love.
1 pound Smoked Beef Sausage
1 large onion
1 bell pepper
1 T Worchestershire Sauce
2-3 T Soy sauce
Salt & Pepper to taste
TIP: Check the actual weight of the smoked sausage. I recently noticed that a good price means less weight. A 12 ounce package may not be enough to feed a family of 4; the 12 ounce smoked sausage and 16 ounces are generally packaged the same.
Prepare rice according to package directions.
Cut the smoked sausage in 1/4 to 1/2 in slices. Brown in skillet over medium heat, stirring occasionally so that both sides of slices are browned.
Cut onion and bell pepper into chunks. Add to skillet with sausage and continue cooking until vegetables are tender.
Add Worchestershire and soy sauce to skillet and continue cooking for 5 minutes.
Serve over bed of rice. Or serve mixed with rice like I do.
I think this is one of my family’s evergreen favorite recipes. Simple, cheap, quick and easy: Smoked Sausage with Peppers and Onions!
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