There is nothing like an electric pressure cooker to bring on the food! My most coveted recipe is so easy that no one believes that there are not more ingredients in it, but in all honesty the trick of the trade is all in the pressure cooker magic.
Fast, precise, even cooking that seals in the moisture and allows me to shine with the end result is what I have come to expect from each dish that I prepare in an electric pressure cooker and today’s recipe of pressure cooker sausage and peppers will give you a glimpse into the possibilities of pressure cooking.
My electric pressure cooker sausage and peppers is the most simple recipe but it delivers big on taste. What used to take a full day to create literally takes 15 minutes to cook and the taste is incredible. Get ready to make parties, weeknights, and game-time gatherings completely delicious with minimal effort. Print off my recipe, and grab the ingredients to make Electric Pressure Cooker sausage and peppers and lavishly live food out loud!
Sausage And Such
For this recipe, please note that you can use any sausage brand you want and you can enjoy sweet, mild or hot sausage, that will not change the end result of YUM! What you do not want to do is add too much water, or too little onions and peppers because people love to slather their sandwiches with these toppings and they are so good!
Do find nice sausage buns that can host a sausage sandwich and remember to sprinkle the cheese on, right when it comes off to get maximum mileage out of the heat of the sausage.
Pressure Cooker Sausage and Peppers
Sausage And Peppers
1 Medium Yellow Onion – (peeled and sliced)
1 Large Green Bell Pepper (cored, and sliced)
2 Tbsp. Minced Garlic
1 Cup Water
6 Italian Sausages (mild, hot, sweet – your preference)
1 29 Oz Can of Tomato Sauce
To Inner Pot Add Oil, Onions, Garlic, Sausage, and Pepper to the inner pot.
Press Start, Menu, Sauté, Start
Allow to brown sausage for 4 minutes, turning to brown evenly and stirring veggies as you go.
Press Stop/Cancel once evenly browned (about 4 minutes)
Add in Sauce, 1 Cup of Water and place lid on top, lock, and set the pressure limit valve to seal.
Press Start, Menu, Meat/Stew and decrease to 15 minutes, Start
From this point it will take approximately 9 minutes for the pressure to build and then 15 minutes to cook. When pressure cooker is done, it will signal with beeps allow pressure to release naturally.
Preparation Time: 5 Minutes
Browning Time: 4 Minutes
Cooking Time: 9 minutes to pressure build and 15 minutes to cook
Total Time: 33 minutes
Pressure Cooker Chatter
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Sausage and Peppers are perfect on sausage buns, with pasta, with rice or just a side of veggies. Create this awesome dish of Pressure Cooker Sausage and Peppers for parties, tailgating, gatherings, and weeknights! Lavishly life food out loud and enjoy sausage and peppers with little effort!
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