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Sausage And Peppers

Sausage and peppers is a popular and satisfying dish that brings together the hearty flavors of Italian sausage and the sweet and tangy notes of bell peppers. The sausages can be either sweet or spicy and are typically pan-fried until browned, while the bell peppers are sautéed until tender. This classic dish is often served with pasta, bread, or rice, making it a versatile meal option for dinner. It's also often a favorite at BBQs and potlucks. Sausage and peppers can be easily customized to taste, making it a perfect choice for those seeking comfort food with a customizable kick.
#59
IN HEAT & SERVE MEALS & SIDES
143
CAL / 100G
$0.35
AVG / OZ
Sausage and Peppers
24%
CARBS
45%
FAT
31%
PROTEIN
Sausage And Peppers FAQ
What kind of sausage should I use?
Should I use sweet or spicy Italian sausage?
What type of peppers should I use?
Should I cook the sausage first?
How should I cut the peppers and onions?
Whats the best way to cook Sausage and Peppers?
Can I make Sausage and Peppers ahead of time?
What can I serve with Sausage and Peppers?
What type of sausage should I use?
Should I remove the casing from the sausage before cooking?
How do I cut the peppers?
What other vegetables can I add?
Do I need to pre-cook the sausage?
Can I make this dish in a slow cooker?
How do I prevent the peppers from becoming mushy?
How long can I store the leftovers?
Expiration & Storage Tips
When does Sausage and Peppers expire?
Unopened sausage and peppers, stored in a can or vacuum-sealed package, usually have a shelf life of up to two years from the production date. If they are refrigerated, they last for about one week past the printed sell-by date. Once the packaging is opened, sausage and peppers should be cooked and eaten within five days. If you have cooked or frozen the sausage and peppers at home, they will generally be good to eat for up to three days in the refrigerator or two months in the freezer.
How do you tell if Sausage and Peppers is bad?
Spoiled sausage and peppers often have a strong, sour smell. The colors may change, with the sausage looking gray and the peppers turning dark or black. If the sausage has a slimy coating or the texture is mushy, it's probably bad. Please do not taste it to determine freshness; this could make you sick.
Tips for storing Sausage and Peppers to extend shelf life
• Store unopened sausage and peppers in a cool, dark place, like a pantry. • Once opened, keep in an airtight container in the refrigerator to slow bacterial growth. • Cooked sausage and peppers should be refrigerated within two hours of cooking. Use a shallow container to help them cool quickly. • You can extend the lifespan of sausage and peppers by freezing them. Just pop them in a freezer bag or airtight container. Be sure to label with the freezing date. • Defrost frozen sausage and peppers in the fridge or under cold water in a sealed bag. Avoid defrosting at room temperature as this encourages bacterial growth.
Health Info
Macros
8g
CARBS
16g
FAT
11g
PROTEIN
Allowed on these diets
LOW FAT
HIGH CALCIUM
MEDITERRANEAN
LACTOSE FREE
GLUTEN FREE
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