Spicy Italian Sausage Chowder

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2007/04/30 11:46:03 (permalink)

Spicy Italian Sausage Chowder

Thought this up last week, sold out quickly!

Package of the hot Italian Sausages Costco sells
Grind up 1/2 package, thin slice other 1/2
3 bell peppers, 2 med onions chopped fine
brown sausage, peppers ,onions
1#10 sliced new potatoes rough cut, fry with above
Parsely, Basil, Oregano, Garlic to taste
salt pepper
2 lg cans Beef Broth
1 #10 tomato sauce
1#10 tomato fillets
combine, simmer few hrs
Eat, smile
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    shortchef
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    RE: Spicy Italian Sausage Chowder 2007/04/30 13:06:16 (permalink)
    Sounds really yummy to me. What are tomato fillets? Is it like whole tomatoes, seeded? Thanks for this fantastic recipe.
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    LuckyLabrador
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    RE: Spicy Italian Sausage Chowder 2007/04/30 17:10:44 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by shortchef

    Sounds really yummy to me. What are tomato fillets? Is it like whole tomatoes, seeded? Thanks for this fantastic recipe.


    Tomato fillets are peeled sliced tomatoes that are canned just like crushed tomatoes, only thet are in slices in sauce. Yes they are seeded.
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    mcunnin777
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    RE: Spicy Italian Sausage Chowder 2007/05/03 01:25:53 (permalink)
    I've never heard of tomato fillets. Is this a regional thing? Where would one find them?
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    LuckyLabrador
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    RE: Spicy Italian Sausage Chowder 2007/05/03 12:01:16 (permalink)
    Stanislaus Food Products, Modesto Ca,1 800 987-9670.
    Their product is called 74.40, which means that in a standard #10 can you get approx. 74oz. of sliced skinless tomoto pulp and approx 40oz. of weight from the chopping and draining.
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    RE: Spicy Italian Sausage Chowder 2007/05/04 14:24:11 (permalink)
    Now that sounds like a SOUP! I probably would top it off with some romano/parmesan cheese. The combo of Hot Italian sausage and peppers, it is to me one of the best for flavor, in sandwhices, omelets almost anything.
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    RE: Spicy Italian Sausage Chowder 2007/05/05 15:37:07 (permalink)
    Bravo, LuckyLabrador. That sounds delicious!
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    RE: Spicy Italian Sausage Chowder 2007/05/05 18:48:54 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by santacruz

    Now that sounds like a SOUP! I probably would top it off with some romano/parmesan cheese. The combo of Hot Italian sausage and peppers, it is to me one of the best for flavor, in sandwhices, omelets almost anything.


    For myself, Absolutely, a good Romano/ parma gets pricy, when your trying to maintain decent food cost margins! Now that you mention it, I'm going to put some in a crock, provolone on top, under the broiler til melted, additional MMMMM
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    RE: Spicy Italian Sausage Chowder 2007/05/05 19:11:42 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by LuckyLabrador

    quote:
    Originally posted by shortchef

    Sounds really yummy to me. What are tomato fillets? Is it like whole tomatoes, seeded? Thanks for this fantastic recipe.


    Tomato fillets are peeled sliced tomatoes that are canned just like crushed tomatoes, only thet are in slices in sauce. Yes they are seeded.


    Tomato fillets are available at quite a few markets I've noticed. Look closely and ask your store mgr.
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    RE: Spicy Italian Sausage Chowder 2007/05/05 19:54:47 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by LuckyLabrador

    Thought this up last week, sold out quickly!

    Package of the hot Italian Sausages Costco sells
    Grind up 1/2 package, thin slice other 1/2
    3 bell peppers, 2 med onions chopped fine
    brown sausage, peppers ,onions
    1#10 sliced new potatoes rough cut, fry with above
    Parsely, Basil, Oregano, Garlic to taste
    salt pepper
    2 lg cans Beef Broth
    1 #10 tomato sauce
    1#10 tomato fillets
    combine, simmer few hrs
    Eat, smile


    Yumm, this recipes sounds wonderful.

    Question. Why grind sausage, and thin slice?

    Does this make a difference in the taste or presentation?

    I cannot wait to try a similar recipe, for just me, LOL, but it is next on my list.
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    LuckyLabrador
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    RE: Spicy Italian Sausage Chowder 2007/05/06 12:56:25 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by morningglory

    quote:
    Originally posted by LuckyLabrador

    Thought this up last week, sold out quickly!

    Package of the hot Italian Sausages Costco sells
    Grind up 1/2 package, thin slice other 1/2
    3 bell peppers, 2 med onions chopped fine
    brown sausage, peppers ,onions
    1#10 sliced new potatoes rough cut, fry with above
    Parsely, Basil, Oregano, Garlic to taste
    salt pepper
    2 lg cans Beef Broth
    1 #10 tomato sauce
    1#10 tomato fillets
    combine, simmer few hrs
    Eat, smile


    Yumm, this recipes sounds wonderful.

    Question. Why grind sausage, and thin slice?

    Does this make a difference in the taste or presentation?

    I cannot wait to try a similar recipe, for just me, LOL, but it is next on my list.


    Gives you some sausage every spoonfull! No taste difference.
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    RE: Spicy Italian Sausage Chowder 2007/05/06 13:20:58 (permalink)
    LuckyLab, is this for commercial use? Sounds like a huge pot of soup.

    "1#10 sliced new potatoes rough cut, fry with above" Are you taking the already sliced potatoes and then cutting them up? How about using cubed potatoes instead?

    Man this does sound good! I'm gonna give it a try on a much smaller scale.

    MikeS.
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    LuckyLabrador
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    RE: Spicy Italian Sausage Chowder 2007/05/07 12:06:00 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by MikeS.

    LuckyLab, is this for commercial use? Sounds like a huge pot of soup.

    "1#10 sliced new potatoes rough cut, fry with above" Are you taking the already sliced potatoes and then cutting them up? How about using cubed potatoes instead?

    Man this does sound good! I'm gonna give it a try on a much smaller scale.

    MikeS.



    Mike, yes Commercial quantity, cubed potatoes may work, I never tried, I like the sliced new potatoes chopped up rough, they hold up really well!
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