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We loved this!!! Best sausage and peppers we've ever had! :)

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the6-sranch July 19, 2014

so delicious! I used about a cup of Aziano Chianti Classico from Ruffino, and added a generous pinch of hot pepper flakes & dried oregano & about 7 large, fresh roughly chopped basil leaves to the peppers while they cooked. I served on crunchy, crusty rolls that I filled & broiled on high with fresh mozerella slices- amazing!! tomorrow, I'll make marinara and add the leftovers & enjoy on pasta. YUM!!

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gabbe November 13, 2013

This was incredibly easy and very tasty! The only additions I made was to add a bit of marinara sauce and some melted mozzarella on to the bun at the last minute. Everyone in the house loved it!

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Anna Skinner February 17, 2012

So awesome, but I'll tell you that I did change things quite a bit - starting with cooking this on the stove top, because summer in California is just too hot to turn the oven on! I added garlic cloves and onions to the peppers (red,green, and yellow) and cooked each separately, combined all with sausages, 1/2 c. white wine, and 1/2 c. cherry tomatoes and a tablespoon of worschestershire sauce. It was soooooo good. Thanks for a great recipe that allows for some additions. Can't wait to try this exact recipe in the fall.

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Baklava June 29, 2008

I love a great sausage and peppers recipe and it is hard to find an oven baked one like my Grandfather did. I added a large sweet onion, and some diced tomatoes so it was more similar to my Nonno Grande's and this turned out perfectly. Served with a bit of pasta and a nice salad and, of course, a glass of red wine. Yum!

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Cook4_6 December 05, 2007

Delizioso! The sausage and peppers smelt so good while cooking and my DH noticed the aroma the minute he walked in the door. I followed the directions and added 1 large clove garlic and increased the wine to 1/2 cup. I served the sausage and peppers over wheat pasta along side some garlic bread. I'll definitely be making this again. Thanks Yooper for another winning recipe!

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Kim D. September 17, 2007

We also like this very much. Used mild italian sausage and chockcherry wine and served with penne rigate pasta. I liked the preparation of this as it allowed me to do some needed kitchen clean up and enjoy a glass of wine while it baked in the oven - no need to stand over and tend it while cooking (after the sauting of course!) Next time I make this I know I'll be trying it on crusty rolls with mozzarella.

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Kate57 July 11, 2007

We liked it very much, it was easy to make! Thanks!

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SVSOUZA May 29, 2007

Wonderful! I made these into subs ~ topped with mozzarella on crusty rolls ~ yum! I added 2 sliced onions with the peppers and used 1/2 cup wine instead of 1/3 cup. This is definitely a keeper! Thanks for posting!

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Lvs2Cook January 22, 2007

This is wonderful! Simply awesome...have made this atleast 4 times..easy to make and i like the fact it only requires a few ingredients..i doubled it and made it w/ both hot and sweet italian sausage and its definitely a keeper in our family! thx yooper! ;)

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iNEEDaCOFFEEbreak March 04, 2006
Frank Sinatra's Sausage and Green Peppers