electric skillet turkey sausage…

i’ve been in a food rut this week. i’m not in the “mood” for anything. i feel like i’ve made everything on food network, used everything in my cookbooks, so i sat down and tried to think of what my momma used to make. this is a recipe i remember my momma making from time to time. as you can guess she would always use an electric skillet. well i’m fresh out of electric skillets so a nonstick fryingpan is going to be my pan of choice.the key with this dish is to get a nice brown crispness on the sausage, but keep the oil in the pan to use it to coat the egg noodles with.  this isn’t a fancy dish, something that can be thrown together in 30 minutes or less. so if you’re in need of a quick weeknight meal, give this one a try, i promise it will hit the spot.

from me two you,


electric skillet turkey sausage

1/2 C. vegetable oil

1 turkey kielbasa – sliced into rounds

1 bell pepper – chopped into strips

1 medium onion – chopped

1 clove garlic – minced finely

2 T. worchestire sauce

1 T. brown spicy mustard

1 T. parsley – dried is fine

2 C. egg noodles – uncooked

  • cook 2 C. of egg noodles according to package directions.
  • using a non stick skillet heat oil on medium heat.
  • once sausages are sliced, i try to slice mine on a diagonal to get them more crispy, place sausages into heated oil and brown on both sides.
  • once brown, remove sausages from pan, but leave drippings in pan.
  • add diced peppers and onion into pan and saute until vegetables are tender.
  • once vegetables are cooked remove from pan, but leave drippings in pan. if you find you don’t have much oil , add in a few tablespoons.
  • using a whisk add worchestire, mustard, chopped garlic, and parsley.
  • add peppers, onions, and sausages into sauce and let simmer on low for 5 minutes. if you find the sausages looking dry add a few tablespoons of water .
  • once pasta is cooked add pasta to sausage pan and toss well to coat noodles with sauce.
  • serve warm and enjoy.


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