This recipe was inspired by a recent photo shoot that I did for my dear friend. She and her husband just recently opened a wonderful eatery in Ocean City, NJ. They sell crepes, paninis, breakfast meals and a lot of other goodies. (Yes, I am talking about you, Rezeda!) So if you are ever in Ocean City, make sure you stop by for a treat. The place is called Urban Crepes, and they are located on Boardwalk & 12th Street.
Back to the photo shoot. As I was photographing one of the sandwiches, it was super hard to resist taking a bite. It was a Polish kielbasa on fresh bread with sauteed onions and peppers. I remember thinking to myself: “Such a small number of ingredients can create a truly wonderful combination. I must make these for lunch on Saturday”. (We are trying to eat meat only on weekends.) And so I did. And they turned out great. The only 2 changes I made were adding some mustard —because Stan and I are mustard lovers— and, of course, I didn’t have kielbasa, so I bought classic Italian sweet sausage instead. It turned out so good — especially with a cold beer on the side….