Here's a delicious and healthy twist on a popular street-fair dish. Turkey sausage replaces the pork variety for a recipe that's lower in fat and calories yet still packed with protein. Cooking the ingredients in water instead of butter or oil cuts out even more calories. To round out the meal, pile the sausage and peppers onto a wholegrain roll and have a few clementines for dessert.
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In a skillet cook the sausage in 1/2 cup of the water, covered, over moderate heat for 20 minutes and add the onion, the fennel, and the bell peppers. Increase the heat to moderately high, sauté the mixture, uncovered, stirring frequently and adding more water if necessary to keep the mixture from sticking, for 20 minutes, or until the vegetables are tender, and sprinkle it with the scallions.
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