Sausage is the ultimate ingredient, taking any recipe from sweet and mild to spicy and hot. This collection of recipes shows the true power of sausage, whether you are using andouille, pork, Italian, smoked, or kielbasa.
These muffins have a sausage-and-barbecue sauce filling as tasty as any pizza.
Main Dish- Swiss chard Swiss Chard and Turkey Sausage Over Polenta main dish- Chard sauteed with garlic and red pepper flakes, served over cheesy polenta and topped with just a bit of very thinly sliced turkey sausage
For a fall meal and taste adventure, this hot slaw recipe for two. Tender lentils, smoked sausage, vegetables, and zippy vinaigrette cook together for a fantastic blend of flavors. Serve the hearty meal with rustic whole grain bread.
This flavorful skillet meal is fast enough for busy weeknights.
Prepared pasta sauce tops a cheese stuffed meat loaf for a home-style dinner with an Italian twist.
A twist on the popular hot dog version, spicy Italian sausage links are deep fried in a cornmeal and Romano cheese batter. Serve with warm marinara sauce for dipping.
Bring the state fair to your backyard. Blue cheese and bacon in the batter make these little treats blue ribbon-worthy.
Beer and bratwurst are the usual fare at local events in Germany, and the tradition is now an American crowd-pleaser too!
A sweet yet tart sauerkraut relish tops these spicy grilled brats.
This quick and easy cavatelli casserole recipe uses simple but tasty ingredients such as fresh mozzarella and sausage.
Scrapple began as a Pennsylvania Dutch dish of leftover pork, cornmeal, and spices. This recip calls for butternut squash, turkey kielbasa, polenta, sweet peppers, and herbs.
Great party appetizes--let guests pick between skewers of vegetables or flavorful bites of sausage, shrimp, and cheese.
Sausage, beans, and a gingerbread sauce make for a festive holiday stew.
Try this cold-weather comfort food of maple sausage, creamy gravy, fluffy biscuits, and vegetables for weekend brunch, lunch, or dinner.
Italian sausage comes in countless varieties, including familiar types like pepperoni and salami; the kind of sausage most people refer to when they speak of how to cook Italian sausage is "sweet Italian," "spicy Italian" or "hot Italian" (the latter two are typically the same), and it's found in the pork section of the supermarket. Typically made with pork, peppers and Italian seasonings, Italian sausage is most commonly used in pasta dishes or as a topping for pizza, but it can be the centerpiece of many other dishes as well.