Drunken Noodles in Italy

The wonderful and spicy pasta dish known as "Frà Diavolo," or Italian drunken noodles, evolved in the stunning coastal districts of southern Italy. This dish, which blends beef with garlic and a dash of wine, is bursting with flavor. The concept that the pasta absorbs the tastes of the wine and becomes "drunk" with pleasure is supposed to be the source of this dish's name. Italian Drunken Noodles are ideal for both formal and informal get-togethers, since they provide a flavor of Italy directly to your table.
This dish may be the main course or it can be served with complimentary sides. A crisp green salad dressed with a zesty vinaigrette offers a welcome counterpoint to the dish's strong tastes. As an alternative, you might pair it with some crispy garlic bread so that you can appreciate every last bit of the flavorful sauce. Remember to have a cool beer or glass of white wine on hand to counterbalance the spice and improve the whole experience.

Mixture: 12 ounces of egg noodles
One pound of sausage from Italy
1.5 cups bell peppers (display them in various hues).
1/4 cup of onion slices
two cloves of finely chopped garlic
One tsp of Italian spice