Slow cooker italian sausage sandwiches. Make this Slow Cooker Italian Sausage and Peppers today and enjoy all the Italian flavors. It's very filling, and you can have it on its own or as an easy add-on to zucchini pasta, regular pasta, cauliflower rice, regular rice, mashed cauliflower or potatoes and of course sandwiches. Fresh Italian sausage–either spicy or sweet–simmers for hours in prepared pasta sauce with green bell pepper and onion.
Ingredients of Slow cooker italian sausage sandwiches
- Prepare 1 package of italian sausage links (Hot, sweet or mild).
- It’s 1 package of frozen peppers and onions.
- You need of Olive oil.
- It’s of Italian seasoning.
- You need of Soft rolls (I use slider sized split hot dog buns).
- It’s 1 jar of your favorite marinara.
- You need of Provolone cheese & shaker cheese.
- You need of Provolone cheese & shaker cheese (if desired).
That's where this recipe for Slow-Cooker Italian Sausage, Peppers and Onion Sandwiches comes in. A slow-cooker works well to finish the cooking and keep the sausages warm. It's also great for transporting them. If there are any peppers and sauce left over, keep them in a container in the fridge.
Slow cooker italian sausage sandwiches instructions
- Add 2 tbsp olive oil to bottom of slow cooker.
- Add bag of frozen peppers & onions. Add italian seasoning to taste..
- Add sausage links.
- Cover and cook on low 8 hours. Stir occasionally if you can but if not it'll be fine..
- 1 hour prior to them being done add jar of marinara sauce..
- Serve on soft roll or over pasta. I add a slice of provolone before the sausage so it melts and then sprinkle with shaker cheese on top..
Grilled Italian Sausage Sandwich with Peppers, Onions, and Herb Butter Cooking Italian with Joe. Giada's classic Italian Sausage and Peppers Sandwich recipe made even simpler, in the slow cooker. These hot Italian sausages are reminiscent of the kind you'll find on street corners in Italy. Our version simmers to perfection in a flavorful mix of peppers, onions and tomato! Combos, the classic Chicago sandwich of Italian sausage and Italian beef, can be made and held for a crowd in the slow-cooker. [Photograph: Jennifer Olvera].