Irish Sausage Links with Peppers & Onions

Rose Mary Mogan


Made this quick & easy Sausage for dinner the other evening.Bought @ WALT'S in DYER IN, SAUSAGE MADE IN THE STORE

It is so quick & easy, you will be amazed @ how well the flavors of the onions & peppers blend together while they are cooking.

Only takes about 20 to 25 minutes,& you have got a great tasting sausage sandwich.

Serve it on Hard Rolls along with the peppers & onions.

I didn't really think of this as a recipe, but thought it was worth sharing any way, you can use other sausages as well, like Italian, Brots, or Cheddar, what ever you like or have on hand at the time.

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2-4 depending on portion size


5 Min


25 Min


Stove Top


1 lb
irish sausage links
1 large
bell pepper, red/ green or both cut into strips
1 large
onion, sliced
1 Tbsp
each olive oil and butter
1 pkg
hard rolls (enough for each sausage)
1/2 tsp
majoram or thyme (optional)

Directions Step-By-Step

I prefer using a cast iron skillet, but any skillet will do. Irish sausage is a blend of LEAN pork using garlic, white pepper, Majoram Onion Powder, and parsley as the main spice ingredients, there may also be other spices and is so tasty and good. There is only one store where I can find them and that is WALT'S IN DYER INDIANA. They make them in the store, & I just placed an order for 20 links.If you are in the area, pick up a package or two, you will not be disappointed.
Add the butter and olive oil to a cast iron skillet, then heat on medium high heat. Add the sausage links. Allow the sausages to start to brown on each side, turning frequently to prevent burning.
Once they have started to cook, add the sliced peppers and onions, and let them cook a bit, stir, then cover with a tight fitting lid, reduce the heat to low, then continue to cook till onions and peppers are translucent, and onions begins to carmelize somewhat & sausages are cooked through. About 15 minutes or so.
Remove from heat and serve on long hard roll, can add Irish Swiss Cheese or any cheese of your choice, as well as mustard or catsup. But I prefer to eat mine with just the peppers and onions, and sometimes melted cheese.
You are gonna love it, and will be making it quite often.You may notice that there are only green peppers and onions in one photo, and both RED AND GREEN in the other photo, that is because my husband ate all the green peppers & onions before I could take a picture, so I had to make a second batch, and used both red & green peppers this time. They really are good, you may need to make 2 batches as well.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Other Main Dishes, Pork
Main Ingredient: Pork
Regional Style: Irish
Other Tag: Quick & Easy
Hashtags: #easy, #flavorful, #tasty