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Old 03-14-2006, 01:39 PM   #1
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Smoked sausage, brats and what else?

I have some grilled left overs and thought about throwing them in the skillet with some onions, bell pepper, small potato, and ? What would you throw in? I need a littlle moisture in there. Chicken broth, a little wine... I dunno. Help me get creative. Muchas gracias.

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Old 03-14-2006, 01:47 PM   #2
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i would add a little (or a lotta) garlic, maybe some chopped tomatoes - or tomato paste, bay leaves and oregano. also, artichoke hearts would be good.
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i would also go with a little wine and butter, to make a kind of gravy.
my sister makes a dish like that called "sausages murphy".
it's sausage and peppers, italian style, with the addition of potatoes and a brownish gravy.
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Old 03-14-2006, 07:39 PM   #5
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i would also go with a little wine and butter, to make a kind of gravy.
my sister makes a dish like that called "sausages murphy".
it's sausage and peppers, italian style, with the addition of potatoes and a brownish gravy.
I knew my wife wasn't crazy about brats, so I used a skinless kielbasa. I sauted red and white onions and green pepper in butter. Put in the sliced sausage, wine, chicken bouillon cube, minced garlic, can of stewed tomatoes, and oregano and a bay leaf, with a little water. I nuked one diced potato, (it was ok, but not necessary), and put it in. Cooked for about twenty minutes and dumped in a handful of shredded cabbage. Served with rice and garlic rolls. Really good. Thanks for the tip Buckytom. I still like the artichokes, but didn't have any. Next time, for sure.
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