Thursday, February 7

Speedy Supper

For all of you getting that crazy-good Safeway deal, here is a recipe to use up your link sausage. It's one of our favorites (by accident!) I got a buy one, get two free deal on some low fat sausage at Meijer and gave this a try. It would work with any link-type or kielbasa.

1 can (15 oz) tomatoes (we use home canned, but diced or stewed would work great)
1/2 1-lb package kielbasa type sausage (I've used the whole package before, too)
1 bell pepper (I use frozen that I prepared this summer)
1 small onion
1/2 - 1 tsp minced garlic
olive oil
whole wheat or whole grain spaghetti

Saute the garlic, peppers and onions until crisp-tender, remove from pan. Slice the sausage into rounds or however you like it, warm that up in the same pan. Add veggies and tomatoes, heat through. We usually eat this over whole grain pasta, but I've made sandwiches as well by toasting rolls and then topping with the mixture and provolone or mozzarella and toasting them in the oven. The whole thing comes together in about 15 minutes and is yummy!

5 comments:

pamela s said...

Thanks, Jenny! I usually just "fry" it in water & mix with potatoes or mac & cheese. Sounds great!

Alicia said...

Sounds delish!

Busch family said...

Thanks Jenny! I also got the same deal from Meijer on the sausage. We have A LOT in our freezer right now, which is such a blessing, so it's nice to have another recipe idea to implement. :)

Kelly Glupker said...

Seems like I am always hearing about sausage recipes. Unfortuanately my husband doesn't like sausage. :( Keep posting about your deals. They inspire me!

Life in Lewisburg said...

My favorite and easiest little links receipe is:
The little links and any jar of jam you have it could be grape, apricot what ever you have. Put in a crockpot and heat up get a bowl of toothpicks and those little sausages will disappear quickly. I use to do this with youth parties.
Shelley