I happened to have a couple of leftover’choma’ sausages from my previous ‘choma’ sausage Mshikaki recipe and it had me wondering,how else can I make this more exciting and flavourful?
These sausages are braised alongside colourful bell peppers,white onions and the star of the show,red wine.The wine cooks down to a sweet,fragrant,rich reduction infusing the sausages with all the it’s fantastic flavours,the smokiness of the sausages also transform the sauce,giving it a barbecue kinda taste while the acidity from the tomatoes balancing off sweetness from the peppers&onions.


3-4 sausage ‘choma’

1 medium red bell pepper

1 medium yellow bell pepper

1 medium green bell pepper 

1/2 large white onion

1/2 cup dry red wine

1/2 cup tomatoes

1 tablespoon olive oil



Chop up your peppers into strips and your onions into half moons.

Season your sausages with salt pepper&olive oil.In a hot pan brown your sausages until well seared on both sides.I used a grill pan but you can go-ahead and use any pan in hand

In a pan,heat up 1 tablespoon olive oil,throw in your onions and peppers

Keep stirring until you get a sear and the onions&peppers are well caramelized

De-glaze the pan with the red wine on a high heat and cook until the wine is reduced by half

Reduce the heat to a simmer,add in your sausages,tomatoes and salt to taste

Cover this up and let it simmer on a low heat for 10-15 minutes 

When done,serve hot with a side of choice,I went for linguine and it was finger licking good


5 Comments Add yours

  1. jeff says:

    Am going to try this the next time i have red wine…can it also work with white wine??


    1. ombachi13 says:

      It can work though it will be a totaly different flavor


  2. Mercy says:

    OMG!!I’m drooling already,i love how the recipe is simple and cooking procedure very clear.I must try this


    1. ombachi13 says:

      Thank you,give it a try and feel free to share your experience with me

      Liked by 1 person

  3. wanjoro says:

    Love it!


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