Thursday, August 13, 2009

Slow Cooking Thursday


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I'm sorry this is so late going up, it's been a really busy and just weird day for me.
Credit: Cindycooks

Melt-in-Your-Mouth Sausages

2 lb Italian sausage; sweet, mild, or hot
48 oz Spaghetti sauce
1 cn (6 oz. ) tomato paste
1 lg Green pepper; sliced thin
1 lg Onion; sliced thin
1 tb Grated parmesan cheese
1 ts Parsley flakes
1 c Water

Place sausage in skillet; cover with water. Simmer 10 minutes; drain. Meanwhile, place remaining ingredients in slow cooker; add sausage (cut in hot dog lengths if using sweet sausage). Cover; cook on low 4 hours. Increase temperature to HIGH; cook 1 hour more. Serve on buns or slice and serve over spaghetti. Yield 8 servings.

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Heart2Heart said...


All I can do is drool over this picture. Since I was wondering what to make for dinner, this will do just fine and it's a break from the unusual spaghetti and meatballs.

Thanks for posting this.

Love and Hugs ~ Kat

Jen said...

This looks delish! Hope your day is better. I posted a little about our day at the museum on Saturday. When you get a minute check it out. Blessings!

Mari said...

It looks good - I think my hubby would love this! Hope your day has improved!

Nicole said...

I will defiantly be making this. I have hot Italian sausages in the freezer that I have been trying to think of a creative way to use.

Jessie Geroux said...

YUm YUm YUm book marked bookmarked bookmarked ;-)

PS I hope things are going ok for you HUGS

Joann said...

Looks yummy, it's on my to cook list for sure.

Shell said...

o that sounds so good!

The Household CEO said...

This was REALLY good...and I used Italian Turkey Sausage.

Question for anyone who has tried it, though: Did you have "foamy" stuff floating in the water while simmering? Not sure if it was because I used Turkey sausage or not...chicken sometimes does that when I boil it, so maybe it's a poultry thing! :)