The Sabatino's Sausage was soooo good with the peppers and onions...
But Kay improved it.
She told me to add some of caraway seeds to the mixture while it's
cooking. After it's on the plate, cover it with slices of Swiss Cheese
it under the broiler. When the cheese has melted take it out and
drizzle it with 1000 Island Dressing. Just like a Rubin Sandwich
only withought the bread.
I always do what she says.
me. Nummy nummy!
I've looked around and you can buy flavored sausages all
over. So use whatever you can find..
The package we got at the store had 6 nice sausages
in it so this is for 6- - -
So here's what we've got....
3 med onions, sliced like orange
1 lg. red and one
pepper, sliced lengthwise and about an inch and a half long
1 lb sliced
Sauerkraut, (I used a 32 oz. jar)
Jar of 1,000 Island Dressing
1 1/2 T caraway seed
Package of five or six
On the stove, I put a little olive oil in a medium
size Dutch Oven, got it heating and tossed in the sausages to let them
brown. Took them out, set them aside and started on the onions and bell
peppers. . I stirred them quite a bit as they started to cook down and
when it looked like the onions
were starting to caramelize I added the sauerkraut, sausages and
caraway seed .
Then into a 350º oven for an hour. 45 minutes would be OK and more
than an hour is OK too.
Placed some sauerkraut and onions on a plate.
Set the sausages on top of that, cheese covering the mixture and
sausages and under the broiler to melt the cheese. When the
cheese was melted I transfered the dish to a cool plate (the one under
the broiler was too hot) and drizzled some 1000 Island Dressing over it
Oh, my goodness. . . . .
We'll have this with a
Doré's Salad or an Autum Salad and it's a great meal.