Sausage, Peppers, Onions, and Potato Bake Recipe
A hearty old-style Italian dish, New York City style, has browned chunks of sausage, potatoes, red and green peppers, and onions baking together with wine and seasonings.
Chicken thighs, spicy sausage, sweet bell peppers, and potatoes roasted in a hot oven produce delectable pan juices, a rich, caramelized finish, and fork tender chicken.
I feel bad rating this, because I changed it so much, but I searched for a "baked sausage, pepper, onion, potato recipe" this came up, but there were so many steps in the skillet first. I didn't have time. I had already cooked Italian Chicken sausage, finger link potatoes, peppers and onions. I used this recipe as a base. I put potatoes in microwave for 4 minutes. I sliced them not too thin, along with peppers and onions. I used 2 red, 1 yellow and 1 orange pepper. I seasoned them with olive oil, Italian seasoning, garlic powder, little red pepper flakes and some Mrs. dash table blend. I tossed in a bowl and added the sausage. I used a small individual (airplane bottle) of white wine. I foil lined 9x13 dish and cooked in 400 degree oven for 45 minutes. Everyone loved it.
This is an excellent recipe! I have made this several times now and it always turns out great. My family loves it. I use both hot and sweet Italian sausage and serve it with warm Italian bread.
This has some great bones, but like most recipes, can be adjusted to your individual taste. I pre roasted my potatoes, with olive oil and onions and garlic and Italian seasoning. I heated up both regular sausage and spicy sausage with some red peppers and some more Italian seasoning. I put the roasted potatoes in a 13x9 pan, stirred in the sausage and peppers, deglazed the pan with some white wine, and baked at 400 degrees for 20 minutes... YUMMY
I think many of us have some version of this recipe in our box and I am no exception. It is so versatile, and I usually do tweak it a bit; here are adjustments that k may use: I usually use a kielbasa, sometimes I leave out the potatoes and serve pasta instead, sometimes I'll sprinkle a little parmesan and/or mozzarella (even cheddar is good too) on top when it's done, sometimes l add fresh basil, I usually just cook it on the stovetop in a large frying pan, I leave out the wine, I do add the garlic, and finally, this makes a great camping breakfast by cracking a few eggs on top when it's done and cook on low for a few minutes, covered, til the eggs are cooked through. So versatile!! So delicious!! So easy!!
I've been making this recipe for years. I use turkey Italian sausage which I brown and cut into pieces. The raw vegetables go into the pan cut up with the sausage. I toss with olive oil and seasonings and roast for 45 min. to an hour stirring every 15 minutes till done. I don't use the wine or broth since the vegetables throw off a lot of water and I want the ingredients to carmelize. This method makes it quicker to put together and it comes out great! Also, there is no need for wine or broth. The sausage and vegetables provide plenty of liquid. Another spin on the this recipe is to replace the peppers with zucchini cut in chunks and grape tomatoes sliced in half along with the onions and potatoes. Potatoes can be optional.
Thank you so much for this recipe, my family love it!!!