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Old 01-04-2014, 02:04 PM   #1
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Default The Sausage Thread - Dried, Cured, Fresh or Veggie!

With few exceptions, almost everyone likes/loves sausage. They are one of the most versatile foods you can eat and cook with, and there are 1,000's of variations on the theme. From fresh to cured to dried to vegetarian, the range of flavours is almost limitless. Just about every nation in the world can lay claim to a specific recipe for making and consuming sausages.

Tell me what your favourite sausages are, how you cook them and what you eat them with. Share a recipe, outline a cooking method and post a picture if you like. Actually...pictures are highly encouraged.

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Old 01-04-2014, 02:08 PM   #2
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Told my mom to send me some fennel and caraway so I can make some Italian sausage. Cannot buy good sausage in Taiwan.

Love Andouille too. Need it for my jambalaya!
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Old 01-04-2014, 02:24 PM   #3
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Hot Italian turkey sausage made fresh at local farmers market, just the right kick to them

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I like chorizo (non link kind) mixed with a couple of eggs and fried up extra crispy. I eat it with warm flour tortillas and a huge glass of milk. I also like a line I found at Fry's:
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Here's one method for cooking fresh sausage.

Boil some water.
Add sausage.
Cover pot with lid to seal.
7 minutes is all you need.

This method cooks your sausage to a perfect 145F internal temperature, so no guesswork ever. You know they are cooked through via this method.

You can then brown them in a skillet for about 4 minutes a side or until you get the desired colour. It is important not to pierce through the casing as you'll lose the moisture within. Put that fork away!

The other thing is is that now you can buy them in batches, freeze them and take them out fully cooked as needed.

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Going to eat Kiszka (Polish blood sausage) later today
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Going to eat Kiszka (Polish blood sausage) later today
I'm not Polish...I'm Dutch...and we have that as well. My Mom & Dad used to make that every weekend for breakfast. I could never acquire a taste for it though.

All that matters however is that you like it. What will you serve it with?
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Summertime, grilling sausage is always the way to go but winter time when my grill is cover with snow I usually just drop them in a frying pan for a few minutes to give the skin some color then put them in the oven 350 for about 10 to 15 minutes...
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Summertime, grilling sausage is always the way to go but winter time when my grill is cover with snow I usually just drop them in a frying pan for a few minutes to give the skin some color then put them in the oven 350 for about 10 to 15 minutes...
That method works just as well and I've done it also.

Any fave sausages?
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I'm not Polish...I'm Dutch...and we have that as well. My Mom & Dad used to make that every weekend for breakfast. I could never acquire a taste for it though.

All that matters however is that you like it. What will you serve it with?
Took me awhile to acquire a taste for it. I peel off the casing and mash it up with a spatula. Sometimes I serve it with eggs on top.
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Took me awhile to acquire a taste for it. I peel off the casing and mash it up with a spatula. Sometimes I serve it with eggs on top.
That's the way my Dad ate his!
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I guess I am quite boring when it comes to the old banger.

I basically just enjoy the good old pork or beef type,My uncle is a butcher with his own factory and shop and he does all sorts of types,most of which I have tried and I do enjoy most but still prefer the two I mentioned.

My brother works in the butchers and he just came up with the idea of Buckfast sausages,after the English tonic wine,my uncle didn't think it was a good idea but the twenty packs he trialled sold out.

Edit:Here they are:
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My favourites are, normal pork, chorizo fresh and cured, venison, black pudding ( if that counts as a sausage?) I do like cured sausage, there is a very good market that does cured wild boar mixed with various things. The farm that I work at are getting some pigs in the spring so I will be messing around with my own sausages by this time next year 😁
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Summer sausage here, it's so good with cheese and crackers.

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so....is a bratwurst a sausage??
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Wiener (aka Frankfurter aka vienna sausage) but only the European kind. I believe they are canned mostly in the States?
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Wiener (aka Frankfurter aka vienna sausage) but only the European kind. I believe they are canned mostly in the States?
They are widely available fresh and also prepackaged. The canned type are what they call Cocktail Sausages and they are bite-size.
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They are widely available fresh and also prepackaged. The canned type are what they call Cocktail Sausages and they are bite-size.
...and disgusting!
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Wiener (aka Frankfurter aka vienna sausage) but only the European kind. I believe they are canned mostly in the States?
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...and disgusting!
A roommate of mine was a professional sport fisherman. One of his sponsors would literally hand him cases of this stuff, canned. They were piled half way to the ceiling in his bedroom. No one would eat them, he simply couldn't give them away. I never tried them myself.
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Vegan with extra A1 steak sauce
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