Aloha Sausage and Peppers



This meal came about last night because I WAS planning to make stuffed chicken breasts but I had NO chicken!
I did not want to run to the store so I just rummaged through the freezer and fridge and this was the result.
I really wanted to take a picture but I could not keep my teenagers from eating it out of the pan while it was cooking. I had one kid on each side...fork in hand.
I served it with coconut rice and a fruit salad of mandarin oranges, kiwi, itty bitty strawberries from my garden and tiny champagne grapes.
The whole meal was delish!

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10 Min
25 Min
Stove Top


evergood pineapple sausages
red bell peppers
orange or yellow bell peppers
sweet onion, such as walla walla or vidalia
1 Tbsp
olive oil
6 Tbsp
red pepper jelly, i used trader joe's
2 Tbsp
orange juice
salt and pepper, to taste, if desired.


1This is really easy and quick because the Evergood sausages are already cooked. Here goes...
2Remove the seeds and veins from the peppers and cut into about 1 inch slices
Peel and slice the onion into 1 inch slices.
Heat oil over medium heat in a large skillet.
Add the peppers and onions (I added a bit of salt and pepper here)
Cook until almost tender-crisp.
3While veggies are cooking slice the sausages into 1 inch slices. I sliced them on the bias. Makes the pieces look nice and much larger.
When veggies are crisp-tender add the sliced sausages to the pan.
Continue to cook until sausages have browned a bit. Stir and flip as needed.
This may sound long, but it was really only minutes!
4When the sausages have browned, plop in the pepper jelly and the orange juice.
Turn heat to low and stir to combine as the jelly and juice create the sauce.
That's it! Time to eat!

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