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I made this using chipotle cheese chicken sausage. I used a mix of colored peppers and white wine rather than red. Since my sausage was already fully cooked I browned it and removed it from the pan. Then I proceeded with the pepper ragout. After adding the marinara and wine I simmered the sauce for only about 10 minutes so the peppers wouldn t turn to mush. Then I added back the sausage and heated through. Very good and with the mix of bell peppers very colorful.
Great way to use sausage! I added some red pepper flakes to the sauce to add some kick. It is super easy and good for freezing. Giving it a four because it needed something special to add to bring it up to restaurant quality.
I didn't have any diced tomatoes so I just used a can of tomato sauce which worked fine. I also substituted Italian style chicken sausage as I don't eat pork. I did find that I needed more olive oil as the chicken sausage is very low in fat. My husband raved about the meal; it was a huge success.
I tried this recipe and it turned out great. For the red wine I used a dry red wine. Someone made a comment about it been bland so I added hot sausage as well that gave it a little more flavor. It had even more flavor the second day.
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