Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Loren's Non-Toxic Sausage and Peppers

Yes, this dish is actually good, all joking aside. It is true, I am Rachel Ray's un-invited cooking stalker. I try so hard to be a cooking genius like she is, but fall short miserably. Instead I'm like that composer Saliere who hated Mozart in the movie Amadeus. Nobody will ever remember me for my incredibly unique Scorched Artichokes, but they will remember Rachel Ray for her dumb Clam Chowder Yum-O! Grrrr! Even so, every one of my dishes are made with LOVE. Just ask my kids. They search for the love with their forks...and I bet they find it.


Bow Tie Pasta- cooked

A Yellow Pepper diced or sliced

A Red Pepper diced or sliced

An Orange Pepper diced or sliced

Sausage- cooked and chopped

one red onion- sliced

1 can diced tomatoes



grated cheese

1. Cook and drain the pasta. Set aside.

2. Cook the chopped sausage in a pan with a little olive oil

3. Meanwhile dice the peppers and slice the onion

4. Add the peppers, onion, salt and pepper to the pan with the sausage once it is brown.

5. Add the can of diced tomatoes to the pan

6. When the veggies are tender, the mixture is done.

7. Mix all - pasta, veggies and meat to serve. Add grated cheese if you like.


Elizabeth Kathryn Gerold-Miller said...

Love is one of those secret ingredients that actually are healthy for you whether you're a plant being watered or a kid being fed. It's a scientific fact, albeit an elusive one.

Karrie said...

It's nearly midnight, but now I'm hungry. A sucker for anything with peppers and sausage, I'm thinking the kids are going to have to force this down for sup' tomorrow.

Samantha Gianulis said...

i love the last line...'I bet they find it." And the pasta looks inviting as well =)

Loren Christie said...

Thanks ladies. Wow, my little recipe is being hailed by really good cooks. Take that Rachel Ray!

Anonymous said...

That looks yummy. My skills in the kitchen are pretty much limited to the basics, but this looks like something that I could potentially pull off...


Milk Man said...

I am starving!

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