Sausage Stuffed Banana Peppers are great as an appetizer or make for a terrific side dish.
These stuffed peppers are hot and absolutely delicious if you love this type of food.
When handling banana peppers, be sure to wear disposable rubber gloves. Heat from the peppers can stay on your hands, even after washing. If you touch your eyes, children or others, they can suffer from the painful heat of the peppers that remains on your hands.
Meal Prep List To Prepare Sausage Stuffed Banana Peppers
disposable rubber gloves
large bowl to separate sausage
3 qt glass baking dish
non stick cooking spray
medium sauce pan with lid
wooden or plastic spoon to stir sauce
spatula to serve peppers
large spoon to scoop sauce over peppers when served
Leftover Storage Tips
Refrigerate leftover peppers in a covered container in refrigerator and use within 2 days from the time they were made.
Reheating Leftover J’s Sausage Stuffed Banana Peppers
Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
With a sharp knife, carefully slice through entire peppers(s) and sausage inside the pepper to reheat well. Spread remaining sauce over pepper(s) and sausage. If desired, you can add more mozzarella cheese on top of pepper(s).
If already in oven safe container, cover with aluminum foil.
If leftovers in non oven safe container, move peppers to oven safe container, cover with foil.
Reheat leftovers in preheated oven for 12 minutes or until sauce starts to bubble.
Always use oven mits or pot holders to handle baking dishes.
Before you sit hot baking dish on counter top, put down a potholder or folded t-towel first, to prevent damage to your counter top.
Reduce Clean Up Time After Your Meal
In conclusion, after glass baking dish has cooled, add water and allow to soak for few minutes. This makes clean up easier for the dishwasher.