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August 21, 2018

10 Minute Meal: Pan Fried Sausage and Peppers

Fast, Easy, and Delicious
Pan Fried
Sausage and Peppers
in 10 Minutes!

Hello fellow food junkies!
I have been wanting to add a few recipes to my blog for a long time, but I always seem to forget to take pics of my food(my sister is the food photo junkie), or I get!
I have a crazy, chaotic life and anything, any meal that makes it easier is a huge plus! I also try to go as healthy as possible.
I am feeding a slew of people of all different ages, that have very different palates. My task is not always the easiest, but I have found a few recipes that seem to win over the majority. I consider that a win!
This is one of those recipes.

Prep Time: 5 minutes              Cook Time: 5 minutes
Serves: 6
2 packs Polish sausage(fully cooked)
2 cups Peppers(bell, sweet, banana, any kind)
1/2 onion
2 Tbsp/ one package garlic and herb seasoning(dry mix)

Slice your peppers and onion
Slice your sausage links into rounds
Start your cast iron skillet on low heat and add about 2 Tbsp of oil (I use extra virgin olive oil), any will do.
First, brown your sausage. When it is about half way cooked as you'd like add in your cut vegetables and add your seasoning.
Cook until vegetables are slightly tender.

Your dinner is finished!

This meal is ridiculously simple! No carbs, Low-Fat, and Delicious!
It is my #1 go-to meal for nights when we have games or just don't feel like a big meal.
It can easily be the whole meal or you can pair it up with almost any side...if you have the time and want to put in the effort.
Try it with brown rice, mac and cheese, even a light salad.
Add some carbs to the meal and have some garlic bread! So many things would go great with this dish.
1 pan, 4 ingredients, happy kids! It's a win!
I hope y'all enjoy!
What are your quick go-to meals?
Do you or your kids have a favorite?
I'd love for you to share!