Andouille Sausage Marinara Sub Sandwiches & $100 SWEEPSTAKES

Don’t you just love Mardi Gras? johnsonville-3 (1 of 1) There is something magical and special about New Orleans. I don’t mean the Princess and the Frog either.  I mean there is something truly magical about that place. I don’t know. Could it be the music you hear everywhere you go? Could it be the friendly southern hospitality that you are bound to experience? Perhaps it could be how I magically gain 5 pounds when I go just for a weekend visit? Whatever the case may be, I love New Orleans and have always wanted to go to Mardi Gras. Especially for the sub sandwiches.

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It is on my bucket list to go to New Orleans during Mardi Gras someday. I have been to New Orleans twice and I fall more and more in love with it every time. It is my favorite place in the continental U.S. to eat. Ahhh, you have the wonderful beignets, the delicious seafood, and the oh-so-wonderful sandwiches: from the muffuletta, to the Po Boys, and now, to these Andouille Sausage Marinara Sub Sandwiches that I made using Johnsonville Andouille Sausage. They are super yummy and full of flavor. These subs have everything you could ever want:

  • They take 30 minutes to make.
  • They are perfect make for a family quick dinner or lunch.
  • You can split the sausage in half for more servings and/or flavor. (The package is perforated, so it’s easy to save the extra sausage for later.)
  • They are made with Johnsonville Andouille sausage! Oh, I said that already, huh?

“Why did you choose to use Johnsonville’s sausage, Nicole?” Well, I will tell you, my wonderful reader friends. First, Johnsonville sausage has no fillers, which leaves a juicy and firm texture and taste, this sausage is packed with savory and delicious flavor! Also, Johnsonville only uses top notch cuts of pork to pack in real flavor. Finally, Johnsonville has all types of unique varieties, which include Three-Cheese Italian Style Sausage, Polish Kielbasa Sausage, Smoked Sausage, and Chicken Sausage Italian Style with Cheese, so there’s plenty to choose from.

I bet you guys didn’t know all of that did ‘ya? In celebration of “Fat Tuesday” I want to give you some money (you wish). Well, I want to extend a chance for you to WIN some. How does a $100 Visa gift card sound?!!!!! Oh yea, peeps. $100 in the palm of your hand. In order to enter into the $100 Visa gift card sweepstakes, all you have to do is answer this question:

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Andouille Sausage Marinara Sub Sandwiches & $100 SWEEPSTAKES

Andouille Sausage Marinara Sub Sandwiches & $100 SWEEPSTAKES

Ingredients

  • 13.5 oz. package Johnsonville Andouille sausage, each link cut in half 2 tbsp. olive oil
  • 1 medium onion, sliced
  • 1 green pepper, sliced
  • 1 red pepper, sliced
  • 1 yellow pepper, sliced
  • 24 oz. jar Marinara Sauce
  • 1 tbsp. crushed red pepper
  • 1 tbsp. Worcestershire Sauce
  • Hoagie buns
  • Provolone cheese

Instructions

  1. In a large non-stick sauté pan on medium heat, heat the olive oil and place the Andouille sausage links into the pan. Sear each side of the sausage links. This should take 5-7 minutes.
  2. Add the sliced onions and pepper into the pan, sprinkle with salt and pepper, and place a lid on top of the sauté pan so the onions and peppers can wilt and cook until translucent. This should take 10 minutes.
  3. Pour in the marinara sauce and stir so the sauce is evenly distributed throughout the entire pan. Add the crushed pepper and Worcestershire sauce and stir. Place the lid back on top and allow cooking for another 10 minutes. The sauce should be simmering.
  4. Warm up the buns and place a link on top of the bun along with a few peppers and onions, fold one piece of the provolone cheese in half and place side by side on top of the link and serve.
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Comments

  1. Desiree says

    Id really like to try the smoked sausage because I think it would be great in jambalaya!
    Thanks for the chance!!
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  2. Allison Downes says

    I want to try the Three Cheese Italian because it sounds yummy and I could use it in italian dishes. Thanks for the chance to win this!

  3. Mami2jcn says

    I would definitely go for the Polish Kielbasa Sausage. I’m a fan of Kielbasa having lived in a Polish community as a kid.

  4. Krissie says

    I want to try the Chicken Sausage Cajun Style because I love the taste of Cajun Sausages and because it’s chicken it will be healthier than the plain Andouille, I think.
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  5. says

    These are looking good. I’m working on developing my very own marinara sauce at the moment – I really love a marinara sauce with meatballs.

    There are a couple New Orleans inspired restaurants up north from where I live that I have had the pleasure of visiting to try their menus. I hear you on the po boys! I went through each po boy on the menu twice!
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  6. Jasmelyn says

    Texas Recipe Hot Links!!! The pork, YUM…and the jalapeño, YUUUM!!!!!This sausage sounds so good! My boyfriend’s Dad is from Texas and they’re always raving about the bbq there.

  7. Wanda McHenry says

    We usually buy Johnsonville Sausage, but I have yet to see the Polish Kielbasa Sausage in our stores. I’d love to try that because I know their sausages and they are delicious.

  8. Jessie C. says

    I would go for Chicken Sausage Italian Style with Cheese first because things taste better with cheese and I like chicken.

  9. rachel says

    I bet the Chicken Sausage Italian Style With Cheese would be delicious. I’d pair them with a ziti dish for a quick dinner!

  10. Sharon says

    I am going to try the Chicken Sausage Chipotle Monterey Jack! I try use use chicken whenever I can and I love Chipotle and Monterey Jack…I hope I can find it here….

  11. Kathleen says

    I want to try the apple chicken sausage – I think the sweet and savory combo would be great in any recipe!

  12. LAMusing says

    I’d like to try the Polish Kielbasa because I’m a fan of a good kielbasa and I haven’t had it in years,

  13. Danielle says

    I want to try the Apple Chicken Sausage Split rope the most because it looks the most appealing and I’d love to grill it and add it to grilled veggies.

  14. Kerry says

    I want to try the Chicken Sausage Italian Style with Cheese because anything with cheese is extra yummy!

  15. Kelly D says

    I would like to try the Italian Style with Cheese Chicken Sausage because I think it would go great with a pasta dinner.

  16. Natalie says

    I have always wanted to try the apple chicken sausage because it sounds like a good mix of flavors and healthier than other types of sausage.

  17. Margaret Smith says

    I’d love to try the Mild Italian Sausage. I’d love to make a sausage, pepper and onion sandwich.
    Thanks so much.

  18. Starr Greenwell says

    I would also like to try the Fresh Italian sausage links, I love Johnsonville products. They never disappoint.

  19. Crystal F says

    I would like to try the three cheese Italian style split rope sausage. I just think it sounds like it would be really yummy. Thank you!

  20. Cynthia C says

    I would like to try the Andouille sausage because I’ve heard of it before but have never tried it. It sounds like something I would like.

  21. Margot C says

    I’ve had the Andouille and I’m from New Orleans and I think it’s great! I might try the Apple Chicken next.

  22. Stephanie V. says

    Apple chicken sausage split rope looks perfect for a family dinner because it appeals to all age groups!
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  23. Anastasia says

    I have tried them and they are all pretty great with good flavors :) My favorite is the Three Cheese Italian! Yum!! :) I love it because of the cheese inside. :)

  24. Wild Orchid says

    I would use the sweet italian sausage variety because it would be great in my manicotti recipe!

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    wildorchid985 AT gmail DOT com

  25. christine burd says

    I want to try the Andouille split rope sausage in my gumbo the next time I make it. This sounds perfect for that use

  26. Ashley C says

    I have not tried it before, but I think I would like to try the cajun chicken sausage because we love spicy foods!

  27. Ellie W says

    I would like to try the Andouille Sausage. I’d add it to a big pot of red beans and rice to give it a kick

  28. Samantha Daleo says

    I would love to try the Three Cheese Italian Style Sausage because it sounds amazing and is making my hungry just thinking about it! I bet it would be to die for in my husbands special Sausage and Peppers!

  29. Suzanne K says

    I really want to try the Johnsonville Original Brats because I so miss the ones I used to get in Germany, grilled on the marketplace square on fresh rolls! Nothing like them!

  30. maria cantu says

    I’d like to try the chicken sausage italian style with cheese because I’ve never tried that flavor before.

  31. Karen Drake says

    I would love to try the Apple chicken because I like trying unusual flavor combinations, it sounds like it would be really good.

  32. Randy Curran says

    My favorite is the Hot Italian Sausage. Grilled up and stuffed in a bun with sauteed onions and sweet red peppers, topped with mustard. Yummy!

  33. Kathy Pease says

    id love to try the fresh italian hot sausage links because we love to make sausage sandwiches with fried onions and peppers

  34. Derk Thomas says

    Polish Kielbasa sausage because my wife is polish and we eat kielbasa; it would be nice to try another type.

  35. cassandra says

    I would most like to try the smoked sausage because it sounds like it has a classic taste and like something i would like.

  36. Buddy Garrett says

    I want to try the Smoked Split Rope. I love smoky flavors and it sounds delicious. I would love to serve it with beans.

  37. Betty C says

    I’d like to try the Apple Chicken Sausage because it looks like it would work well in a variety of dishes.

  38. Thomas Murphy says

    I want to try the Fresh Italian Four Cheese Sausage Links because I like that there is cheese in it.

  39. Kim Parrott says

    I’d love to try Johnsonville Apple Chicken sausage – and come to New Orleans during Mardi Gras! It’s so much fun!! Bring your “eating” pants though, so much amazing food!

  40. Terry K says

    I would favor the Andouille sausage as it has a bit of zing with the cajun spice .This would be wonderful in Jambalaya.

  41. Janice Cooper says

    I would like to try the Andouille Chicken Sausage because it sounds like it has a lot of flavor which I like plus I don’t eat beef.

  42. Leanne G says

    I would really like to try the Three Cheese Italian Style Split Rope because it contains my favorite cheeses.

  43. Candie L says

    I would love to try the Three Cheese Italian Style Split Rope because I love anything with cheese. Thank you

  44. Stephanie Phelps says

    I would love to try the Three Cheese Italian because it sounds great and I think it would go well over rice!

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