At the end of this summer how my pantry was crammed with peaches, applesauce and spaghetti sauce that I had canned?? Well, it is ALL gone!! I guess next year I need to double everything!
I will admit to anyone listening that I am not into the whole “organic” or “gluten free” scene at all! I do like our foods to be homemade as much as possible but not crazy like. But, God has placed a special friend in my life who suffers from Celiac Disease and can not digest foods that have gluten or a lot of diary. So, when we have her over for dinner, bring her a meal, or bring foods for a staff meeting that she is a part of, I try to make sure that there are gluten free options.
With all of that as a background, let me share this INCREDIBLE recipe with you! It has quickly become Curtis and mine’s favorite! I don’t even know what to call it, but it is GOOD! AND it is gluten and dairy free! You could even prepare it to be a vegan dish as well!
Here is the cast of characters! 2 Bell Peppers, 4 good sized potatoes, an onion, olive oil, salt, pepper, a jar of banana peppers, and at least 1 lb of Kielbasa Sausage
Slice your peppers Julian style in strips and place them on a rimmed baking sheet that is covered with foil
Slice up your sausage next and throw them with the peppers
Next, thinly slice your onion to make them like little rainbows and add them in as well
Look how pretty they are together
Go ahead and give your potatoes a good scrub with a veggie brush but don’t peel them. Cut them into 1/2 inch pieces and throw them on that tray like so
At this point drizzle some Olive oil on top to your liking but don’t drench them! Add salt and pepper in there as well. Give everything a good toss so that it is mixed well.
And finally sprinkle some Banana Peppers on the top!!
Bake it in your oven at 400 for about 35 minutes. Take it out……take a deep whiff…….go ahead and drool if you need to……I won’t tell. Enjoy your food, be sure to share!
Seriously beautiful dish. I am drooling right now! Customize it the way you want. Add more peppers as you wish, skip the sausage to make it vegan and vegetarian. The flavor combo is so good! Enjoy!