This Smoked Philly Sausage recipe is a family favorite.
This post is sponsored by Eckrich Smoked Sausage. All opinions are my own.
When we have a busy night, or we know that we need a filling meal that doesn’t take long, we grab a pack of Eckrich Naturally Hardwood Smoked Sausage, some peppers, onions, cheese and rolls for a quick meal.
When it comes to mealtime, there are definitely a few days when we have no plans. We wait until it’s too late and then panic-mode sets in about what we will have for dinner. That’s why we always keep Eckrich Naturally Hardwood Smoked Sausage in the refrigerator. It’s a go-to family favorite that is known for its great taste, supreme quality and craftsmanship. We know that whatever we pick from Eckrich, from their naturally hardwood smoked sausage to savory deli meats, anything works. We just grab whatever is handy in the kitchen. Using Eckrich simply means that we can put a meal that everyone loves on the table without spending time away from my family.
What you need to make this Smoked Philly Sausage:
We picked this sausage, found in the deli section of our local grocery store, because it is a naturally hardwood smoked and crafted with just the right blend of spices for a truly rich, savory taste. You can use rope or links. If you don’t use all of the sausage, just save it because the beauty of Eckrich Smoked Sausage is that it works with whatever you have on hand. We use it for breakfast, lunch and dinner recipes.
This is really based on preference. We use provolone or pepper jack, based on what each person wants.
Just grab a pack of rolls from the bakery.
I used multi-colored peppers and green peppers.
We usually like a good sweet vidalia onion.
6. Roma Tomatoes.
Use 2-3 Roma tomatoes (seeded)
Recipe for Smoked Philly Sausage:
- Cut your Eckrich Smoked Sausage links in half, so they are bun length. Thinly cut your peppers, onions, and tomatoes.
- Pre-heat a non-stick pan or skillet over medium heat. Add your Eckrich Smoked Sausage links to the pan.
- Cook the sausage for 10 minutes rotating occasionally.
Once the sausage is done cooking, remove from the pan and set aside. Add your cut peppers, onions, and tomatoes to the same pan and cook over medium heat for 10 minutes (stirring occasionally).
After the peppers are done cooking, add the sausage back to the pan and cook for an additional 5 minutes to bring all the flavors together.
Serve by layering cheese on top of the roll and adding your Eckrich Smoked Sausage on top.
Finish off your Smoked Sausage Philly by topping it off with the sautéed peppers, onions, and tomatoes.
Enjoy! Your family is going to want you to make this at least once a week… but don’t worry, you’ll be happy to!
For more info about Eckrich Smoked Sausage, as well as quick and easy recipes please visit www.eckrich.com.
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Eckrich Smoked Sausage.