2-3 packs of smoked sausage cut up into slices about ½ inch thick
1 large onion sliced thin
2 cloves minced garlic
2 sliced bell peppers (green, red, or yellow)
2 6oz can tomato paste
20 oz tomato juice
2 tsp sugar
meat seasoning (we use Tex-joy, but Tony's or any other will work)
2 tsp of butter
Brown and season sausage slices and drain off excess grease.Leave sausage out of pot for next step. Scoop in 2 big table spoons of butter. Throw in sliced bell pepper, garlic, and onion. Simmer until onions and peppers are soft or clear. Add tomato paste, tomato sauce, sugar and stir. Add sausage and let cook on medium covered for around 45 minutes. If gravy is a little thick you can add water.
Cook a pot of white rice.
Pour suasage and red gravy over rice and enjoy! Side dishes are up to the chef. I like corn (or corn on the cobb) augratin potatoes, green beans, or green peas.
Once you cook this a couple of times, you will realize what a quik recipe it is. My kids love it and ask for it often. If the gravy gets a little to thick you can add a little water. Also if it gets to thin, you can cook uncoverd for a bit. If you get a chance to cook this for you and yours, I would love to hear how it went. So let me know!!
I will try to include many more recipes as i am new to this site. Thanks for stopping by, and Happy Eating!