Red Wine & Cheese Italian Sausage
Tastes Great But Better Way To Cook It. The sausages taste great (as all of your sausages do). However, I make mine backwards in the skillet. I add the water first and steam cook them to make them very tender. I cook them until the water evaporates.You'l then have oil which leaks out of the sausages and can better judge how much oil to add, if any, to brown them. You can also use other liquids besides water. I like to use beer which gives it a nice glaze and tastes pretty good! This is how I cook all of my sausages. Try it! — Stephen Hill
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Tastes Great But Better Way To Cook Itby Stephen Hill 8 months ago
You can also use other liquids besides water. I like to use beer which gives it a nice glaze and tastes pretty good! This is how I cook all of my sausages. Try it!
Awesome!by Emily 3 weeks ago
Red wine and cheese italian sausageby Robyn 2 months ago
Slow Grilledby Jason F 3 months ago
amazing flavor!by Lisa Olson 4 months ago
Red Wine & Cheese Italian Sausageby Debbie Seruya 5 months ago
Just wow!by Don Bacon 5 months ago
Amazingby Aurora Tengesdal 6 months ago
Simply Greatby Debra B 6 months ago
I certainly hope you add this to your regular line up. It is superb. (Flavorful, but not overpowering.)
And I agree with the "steam them first" method. About a quarter of an inch of water or less in the bottom of a skillet covered. By the time the water has evaporated, the sausages are cooked, and you can brown them.