Turkey Sausage & Pepper Medley

Turkey Sausage & Pepper Medley Recipe

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This is a quick and easy dish. You can make a sandwich or serve over pasta.

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Ingredients

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    1 package smoked turkey sausage
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    1 c chicken broth
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    1/4 c olive oil
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    2 cloves garlic,crushed
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    1 small red bell pepper,julienne strips
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    1 small green bell pepper,julienne strips
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    1 small yellow bell pepper,julienne strips
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    1 small onion,julienne strips
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    1 t basil,minced
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    14.5 oz can italian diced tomatoes
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    black pepper
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    1 c grated parmesan cheese,optional

How to Make Turkey Sausage & Pepper Medley

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  1. Place links in a pan, add chicken broth and cover. Simmer on low heat for about 10 minutes, turning often.Bias-slice and keep warm.
    In a large pan add olive oil and garlic; sauté for about 30 seconds.
    Add peppers and onion to oil and sauté for about 2 minutes or until crisp and tender. Add chopped Italian tomatoes and sliced Italian Sausage, then for 5 more minutes. Optional,sprinkle with cheese.

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About Turkey Sausage & Pepper Medley

Course/Dish: Turkey




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