Prep Time: 10 Min (mostly chopping)
Cook Time: 10-15 min
Serves: 6, or 2 people with lots of leftovers
Difficulty: The bruschetta part can be tricky, but swig a beer and wing it!
Recommended Sides: Pasta, green beans, salad, popsickles, Season 2 of The Critic.
A bunch of Hot Italian Sausage links
5 tomatoes (any kind)
2-3 cloves garlic
Some olive oil
A little pepper and salt
Some butter, baby
Step 1: Bruschetta? But I just met her…
Chop up all the veggies and spices (ours are fresh from the garden!) and toss them on the stove on medium-high. Chopping this stuff takes the longest, and cooking it all takes maybe 8-10 minutes. You can leave the bruschetta simmering for a while longer and it will taste better (in my opinion).
Step 2: Sausage Broil Party
Put the sausages in the broiler and turn them over once they start to brown. One or two might pop a little and squirt their delicious juices all over the oven, but this is an acceptable outcome. Butter the buns and toss them in the broiler after the sausage is done cooking. The sausage should take maybe 5-10 minutes, the buns under 5 minutes.
Step 3: Sausage Party
Mooninites, duplicate reunite and unihilate! Er, I mean toss everything on the toasted buns and eat. Yeah, that’s what I mean. This is an awesome and messy way to eat that giant pack of sausages you got from Costco, and it mixes up the ol’ sausage, onion and peppers recipe. Try it out, let us know how it goes!