I promised my sweet friend Carolyn that I would post this recipe for her. I found this recipe 15 years ago in a mennonite cook book that I was given at one of my bridal showers. It has become a favourite in our house. We usually have it once a month on a Monday night when Uncle Ken comes for supper. Uncle Ken LOVES this meal! This is a really easy recipe! We buy our farmer sausage from a local butcher. I usually peel the outer layer of 'skin' off the sausage first. Recipe: Pre-Bake Sauasge for 1 hour @ 350* in a 9x13" pan. (Once it's baked for an hour I cut it into 2-3" chunks for serving size)
In large bowl combine: 2 cans tomato soup 2 cans pineapple tidbits (leave juice in) 6 tbsp. brown sugar 4 tbsp. vinegar 1 green pepper ( I use a red and a green) 1 onion chopped up in larger pieces
Mix well and pour over pre-baked sausage and bake covered with foil for another hour @ 350*. Let stand for 10 minutes before serving over rice. This recipe makes a lot of sauce so if you're using smaller farmer sausage you may want to cut the recipe in half.