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Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Chicken Sausage Gut Bombs

This is a healthier version of a meal my Dad makes.  He makes big Italian Sausages, puts them in a roll, and covers them with sauteed onions and peppers [correction - my Dad just let me know that he grills the veggies].  He calls them Gut Bombs.  Charles saw sausage at Trader Joe's and asked if we could have it for dinner.  We chose to have Chicken Sausage to keep things a little healthier.  We were actually at Trader Joe's to purchase ingredients for Sirloin Tips, a recipe that calls for sauteed onions, peppers, and mushrooms.  I was prepping the Sirloin Tips that night, so I just sauteed some extra veggies and set them aside for the sausages.  We served this on a Pretzel Roll.

You will need:
Chicken Sausage, and variety - we had Spicy and Spinach Fontana
1 Pepper
1 Onion
1/2 cup Mushrooms
Olive Oil

Step 1:
Saute the mushrooms, onion and pepper in olive oil until soft and slightly browned.

Step 2:
Cook the sausage either on a griddle or in a large skillet.  I sliced the sausage in half vertically and cooked each side until it was browned.

Step 3:
Assemble on a roll and enjoy.

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