This is a dish that is good to have in your back pocket, because of how versatile it is. Rich flavors, but also amazingly light due to being mostly vegetables. Pair with pasta, polenta, rice, or just eat as-is.
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The best. I do sausage sandwiches with this recipe and it’s amazing. My extended family always asks me for the leftovers (if we have any)! I always do mild Italian sausage because my kids won’t eat the hot sausage
What sausage do you suggest?
This was honestly SO good! We had it on penne pasta – I used spicy Italian sausages and added a bit of chili flakes, also used diced heirloom tomatoes, Clementine oranges, and dried thyme (what I had on hand). I did add slightly less chicken broth since I was using it as a pasta sauce. Thank you for such a simple and delicious recipe! I’ll be making this again for sure.
This was perfect, I made it exactly as written and enjoyed every bite! Easy, filled with veggies, and rich with flavor. I’ve been enjoying all of the “Chris Cooks” recipes very much, thank you for taking the time to write them down for us all to enjoy!
This was delicious! My only mistake was using Italian turkey sausage rather than pork sausage in an attempt to be healthier. I think the turkey sausage couldn’t withstand the longer cooking time and it was dry/tasted too strongly of fennel. But the peppers, sauce, etc. were very good!
Love new recipes! This looks like a winner!! Thanks
Will definitely try these recipes
If I can sub canned tomatoes, this looks like a good fall dish for rainy days… Okay if I slice the sausages thinner for easier eating? It must smell pretty amazing while cooking.
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