Andouille sausage, Peppers, Onions and Mushrooms

So I LOVE Onions, Peppers and Mushrooms! Love love love love! I use onions in pretty much EVERY meal I cook! So I came up with this recipe to use all three! So check it out:

So you will need:

2 red bell peppers
2 yellow bell pepper
2 green bell peppers
(you could probably do 1 of each, I LOVE Bell peppers so I make a ton)
2 yellow onions (I use 2 because while I am cooking onions I always eat them, so I cook 2 so I eat 1 while I cook)
2 8 oz packages of button mushrooms
14 oz spicy Andouille sausage
and Cajun Seasoning to taste, I used Slap ya Mama and Louisiana Creole Seasoning
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Start by removing the sausage from its packaging and slicing in up in to bite size chunks
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Set aside

Now chop up the peppers into bite size chunks
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and wash and chop the mushrooms in half, set aside

and chop up the onions into bite size chunks

Now grab a large skillet or cast iron skillet, and coat the bottom of the pan with a little bit of canola oil, and heat your burner to medium high heat
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Now add the onions
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and season with Cajun seasonings, to taste
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now add the mushrooms
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season the mushrooms with the Cajun Seasonings, to taste. ALL about seasoning!
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Then preheat a second burner to medium high heat and place a small skillet, or cast iron skillet on the burner and add the sausage to the pan
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let the sausage cook and brown up some, stirring every few minutes to brown up on all sides. Once it’s all browned up, turn the burner off and let sausage sit aside, you will come back to it and add it to the peppers and onions
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and don’t forget the onions and mushrooms, stir them occasionally until the onions are translucent
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Now add the peppers to the onions and mushrooms. (I cook the mushrooms and onions longer, as I like them softer, where as for the peppers I like them still crunchy and not cooked too long, more on the crunchy side rather than soft)
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then seasoning the peppers with Cajun seasonings
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cook peppers for about 7 minutes, stirring a couple of times

Then add the browned sausage to the peppers, onions and mushrooms
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That is LOVE right there
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cook everything together for about 5 minutes, stirring a couple of times, so everything can mingle and get to know one another.
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Then turn the burner off and serve it up

I served the sausage and peppers over some rice
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Recipe

  • 2 red bell peppers
  • 2 yellow bell pepper
  • 2 green bell peppers
  • (you could probably do 1 of each, I LOVE Bell peppers so I make a ton)
  • 2 yellow onions (I use 2 because while I am cooking onions I always eat them, so I cook 2 so I eat 1 while I cook)
  • 2 8 oz packages of button mushrooms
  • 14 oz spicy Andouille sausage
  • and Cajun Seasoning to taste, I used Slap ya Mama and Louisiana Creole Seasoning
  • Start by removing the sausage from its packaging and slicing in up in to bite size chunks
  • Set aside
  • Now chop up the peppers into bite size chunks
  • and wash and chop the mushrooms in half, set aside
  • and chop up the onions into bite size chunks
  • Now grab a large skillet or cast iron skillet, and coat the bottom of the pan with a little bit of canola oil, and heat your burner to medium high heat
  • Now add the onions
  • and season with Cajun seasonings, to taste
  • now add the mushrooms
  • season the mushrooms with the Cajun Seasonings, to taste. ALL about seasoning!
  • Then preheat a second burner to medium high heat and place a small skillet, or cast iron skillet on the burner and add the sausage to the pan
  • let the sausage cook and brown up some, stirring every few minutes to brown up on all sides. Once it’s all browned up, turn the burner off and let sausage sit aside, you will come back to it and add it to the peppers and onions and don’t forget the onions and mushrooms, stir them occasionally until the onions are translucent
  • Now add the peppers to the onions and mushrooms. (I cook the mushrooms and onions longer, as I like them softer, where as for the peppers I like them still crunchy and not cooked too long, more on the crunchy side rather than soft)
  • then seasoning the peppers with Cajun seasonings
  • cook peppers for about 7 minutes, stirring a couple of times
  • Then add the browned sausage to the peppers, onions and mushrooms
  • That is LOVE right there
  • cook everything together for about 5 minutes, stirring a couple of times, so everything can mingle and get to know one another.
  • Then turn the burner off and serve it up
  • I served the sausage and peppers over some rice
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