Skillet Suppers-Italian Sausage Skillet

Saturday, February 27, 2010


It's Saturday and I'm sharing another Skillet Supper. I received a few questions this week about cast iron skillets. Hands down they are my favorites but I do understand that not everyone feels the same way. These skillet recipes are intended to be one-pan creations. If you choose another type of skillet, that is fine!

Italian Sausage Skillet
(Printable Version)

1 lb Italian sausage (either hot or mild)
1 large chopped onion
3-5 cloves minced garlic
1/2 cup chopped green pepper
5-6 chopped Roma tomatoes
1 lb sliced mushrooms
1-1/2 lbs small zucchini, sliced thinly
1 Tbsp dried oregano
1/4 tsp salt
1/4 tsp pepper
1/2 cup grated Parmesan cheese
1 (6 ounce) package sliced provolone cheese

Remove sausage from the casings and cook fully until browned in a large skillet, breaking up the sausage into small pieces as it cooks. Remove from heat, drain off any grease, and blot with paper towels. Return to medium heat and add chopped onion, garlic, green pepper, tomatoes, mushrooms, zucchini, and spices. Simmer until vegetable are as tender as you desire. Stir in Parmesan cheese. Place provolone cheese on top and allow to melt. Served with garlic bread or served over pasta.
Serves 6.








Served with crusty bread...YUM!!

Editing to include in Tempt Your Tummy Tuesday. Thank you Lisa for hosting this fun event each week.....check out all the wonderful recipes shared there.


24 comments:

  1. Katie said...:

    This sounds like it would be great served over pasta!

  1. My husband loves to make Italian sausage and red peppers!! (no mushrooms for him though) It is a favorite with our kids as well.
    And usually there is some Frank Sinatra playing as he sings along in the kitchen.

  1. Dani said...:

    that sounds so good...I do something similar but didn't add the provolone cheese..now I will...I love cast iron also..the only way to cook!

  1. This dish sounds warm and comforting in the winter, yet full of veggies, making it perfect for summer. Thanks so much!

    xoxo
    Janie

  1. This sounds so good, but my husband won't eat sausage. I only get it in restaurants. Maybe some night when he isn't around...mmm!

  1. Cathy said...:

    Wow, what a great collection of cast iron skillets. I couldn't live without mine. Your skillet dinner looks delicious. That and some crusty bread would be heavenly.

  1. Hi Gail, this looks delicious. Another winner, for sure!!

    Hugs, Barb ♥

  1. Sharon said...:

    This sounds so good Gail :) Thanks for sharing :) I recently tried baking a cobbler in a cast-iron skillet and it was wonderful!

    Have a blessed day rejoicing in Him!
    Sharon

  1. I really like to cook in my cast-iron skillets and this looks like a great recipe to try.

  1. Oh my...I will be trying that. It looks wonderful!

  1. Mrs. P- I too, love my cast iron skillet! This is a wonderful recipe full of fresh flavors and all done in one pan! Yummy! I'll make this one for sure.
    Thanks, I always look forward to visiting you.
    Blessings,
    Yvonne

  1. Hi Gail. love all your skillets displayed! and this sausage dish sounds so yummy. Real comfort food. And I love anything I can make in just one pan! Thanks for sharing all your wonderful recipes...oh and those relish dishes, love them!
    hugs,
    Debra

  1. Tracey said...:

    This sounds like a wonderfully delicious meal! Our whole family likes sausage!

  1. Aubree said...:

    Whoa... I don't normally eat sausage, but this is definitely enough to convince me I need to!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog!

    I'll definitely be back to visit yours, everything looks scrumptious :)

    ~Aubree Cherie

  1. Candi said...:

    That looks really good!

  1. HollyC said...:

    Boy, that looks deeelish!! I love how you show all the steps with photos. My mouth was already watering when I made it to the last pic, but that cheese melted on top....Whew! Thanks for sharing.
    ~Holly

  1. Brenda said...:

    I have some italian sausage in the freezer and this looks like a delicious and nutricious dish to prepare with it. Thanks!

  1. Mary Beth said...:

    That looks so good I can almost taste it! I am bookmarking this for an upcoming meal.

  1. edna said...:

    Well, it certainly looks scrumptious!!

  1. Sherry said...:

    Yum! This looks fabulous!!

  1. Lara said...:

    Oh boy! Can we eat dinner together!?! That looks great! Thank you for the sweet blog comment.. I appreciate that! :-)

  1. Giggi said...:

    Minus the bread on the side, this is very low carb friendly! Thanks for posting!!

    Giggi

  1. Cathy M~ said...:

    this looks so easy & so delicious. Thank you for sharing!

  1. Barbara said...:

    Yum Yum that looks so good, I make one sorta like this, with fried potatoes, sauerkraut, and Kielbasa, it is very tasty too.
    Hugs Barbara ♥

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