Italian Sausage, Peppers and Polenta

November 20, 2012 at 6:32 pm | Posted in Italian, Italian Sausage, My Own Creation, Polenta | Leave a comment

I’ve been wanting to try polenta for the longest time, so the other day while I was bebopping around the store, I found a package in the pasta aisle and grabbed it. Here’s what I made with it: Italian sausage, peppers and polenta.

Ingredients:

1 pound sweet Italian sausage

1 sweet red pepper

1 sweet yellow pepper

1 16 oz. package of Polenta

olive oil

Slice up the Italian sausage and fry in large skillet, on medium high heat.

Slice up peppers.  Here’s a trick I learned about slicing up peppers:  slice off the top and then the bottom.  Slice one side open and then remove the pith carefully with a paring knife.  Then you can dice or slice the rest up all nice and pretty.

Add peppers to sausage and stir around.

Meanwhile, put a few tablespoons of olive oil in a separate skillet and heat on medium high heat.  Add polenta and allow to brown on both sides.

Lower heat on sausage and add about 1/4 cup of water.  Scrape bottom of pan and get all the good stuff mixed up and it will make its own broth.

Serve hot!

It was really delicious!

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