Sausage and Feta Stuffed Peppers

The perfect recipes for me include meat, a green veggie and cheese. You can almost always put anything from these threes categories together and get magic! I often experiment with this theory and sometimes come up with a true winner!

Meet the sausage and feta stuffed pepper!

There are a couple of things to watch out for in this recipe. First, use unsalted diced tomatoes (there is enough salt in the feta cheese) and make sure there is no sugar added. Tomato sauce is full of sugar so just steer clear of that all together. Even better, make your own!

If using green peppers, a mild Italian sausage is awesome, but if you use sweet peppers, go hot Italian all the way! The hot and sweet combo is amazing!

I find there is enough spice in this dish without having to add anything at all. Tang of the peppers and tomatoes with the spice of the sausage and creaminess and saltiness of the feta is a perfect combo!

INGREDIENTS

  • 28oz can of unsalted no sugar diced tomatoes
  • 4 green or sweet peppers
  • Feta cheese
  • 6 Hot or mild Italian sausage
  • Sour cream (optional as topper)

Cover the bottom of 9×13 pan with half of the diced tomatoes. If you aren’t using a glass pan (even if you are) you can line it with tin foil to make clean up a breeze. Slice peppers in half, removing all seeds and bitter white parts. Place peppers in pan on top of tomatoes and add 1 tbsp of crumbled feta cheese to each pepper.

I use small sausages and go through 6 for 8 peppers. This of course will depend on the size of your peppers and your sausage. Slice the sausage down the middle and remove casing. Stuff peppers with sausage meat almost all the way to the top.

Top with more feta cheese and spoon the remaining tomatoes on top!

Bake at 350 for 45 minutes or until peppers are soft and sausage is cooked all the way through. Top with a dollop of sour cream if you would like!

Please let me know if you try out this recipe and tell me what you think!

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