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How to make Italian sausage and peppers in the pressure cooker

How to make Italian sausage and peppers in the pressure cooker

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This was another quick, tasty and somewhat healthy recipe. I used Italian sweet chicken sausage in lieu of pork. Of course, you can improvise any sausage to your liking.

Today’s recipe is how to make Italian sausage and peppers in the pressure cooker.

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Italian sausage and peppers in the pressure cooker

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Step 1
Mark as Complete

Lightly drizzle olive oil on the bottom of the pressure cooker inner pot. Turn on saute option and let heat up in just under a minute. Saute your onions, peppers and garlic until a light golden brown.
Turn you pressure cooker on the manual mode. Add crushed tomatoes and your sausage to the pot. I use a fork so that the sausage has a light poke in it. You know how sausage can be, even lower fat kind tend to bust open. Add your Italian season, salt and pepper. Let cook for 35-40 minutes. Let NR. Dinner is ready to be served on a fresh hoagie roll topped with mozzarella and a side salad. Enjoy.

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Ingredients

28 oz. Crushed tomatoes
1 cup Green peppers sliced and deseeded
1 cup Red peppers sliced and deseeded
1 cup Yellow peppers sliced and deseeded
1 cup Onion sliced
to taste Italian seasoning
to taste Salt and pepper
Hoagie rolls
2 tablespoons Chopped garlic
6 links or more Italian sausage I used Sweet Italian chicken sausage
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