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This hit the spot – soooo good! I added a container of button mushrooms quartered, cooked the sausage partly in advance on the stovetop to remove a little fat from the finished product and added them sliced to the pan. Perfect. Even my picky preteen said it was good.
Everyone loved this, thanks for posting I will be making this again. I cut up the sausage and put it in the oven. mmmm so good
Elise, do you chop up the herbs to mix in or just put the whole sprigs in for flavor? I put the whole sprigs in and it smells wonderful cooking (as I type this) but now I’m wondering if I should chop them up once it’s done….
It’s my first time to try this tonight. It was a success! I will be adding this to our rotation from now on. I served it with your garlic parmesan bread. Yum!!!
Elise, do you have dried herb equivalents to make this? I’ve skipped them entirely and liked the results, but also would like to see about adding them in. I have dried rosemary leaves and ground thyme.
Usually one uses half as much dried herb as fresh when substituting in recipes. ~Elise
Very good. Didn’t have eggplant and added summer squash. Also didn’t have fresh thyme so I used dry and it turned out just as good. Also I had ratatouille at a restaurant and their’s had a sweet taste to it so I add alittle sugar to it. I also didn’t have a pan that I could put in the oven so I just simmered it over the stove covered and added a little, about 1/2 cup, tomatoe and basil spaghetti sauce.
I made this tonight with ground Italian sausage. I pre-cooked the meat then added it to the vegetable mix and seasonings and then baked it with a little grated parmeasan cheese on top. I served it over white rice and the whole family loved it! Thanks for the inspiration.
Excellent dish that hs become a staple in my rotation. I just transfer to a baking dish. Also, I slice the sausages once they are just about cooked through and then stir them to combine and finish cooking them off – it adds flavor and makes it easier to eat on the plate. Like to serve this over couscous.
I tried your recipe last night, even though I only had German sausages, not Italian. The results were very pleasing.
This is a keeper!!! My whole family loved this – not an easy feat to accomplish. Very easy to make. I do not have an oven proof skillet so I lined a 9×13 pyrex baking dish with foil and put it in the oven to preheat – put the contents of the skillet and sausages in the baking pan for the final step…worked great. I did not have an over-abundance of liquid.