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Tuesday, January 31, 2012

From My Kitchen: Cooking Sausage

So first off I want to thank you all for the wonderful e-mails I receive each day. I have been getting a lot of questions lately and am slowly trying to reply to them all. Sometimes I don't reply right away because more than one person has asked the same question, so I decide to answer in a post instead. This is what happened with my post today. After I posted my Homemade Pizza Recipe last week, many e-mailed me asking how I cooked my sausage. Since a bunch wanted to know, I figured I would tell you:) Here is how I cook my sausage for Homemade Pizza and everything else I use sausage in.

I start out with a pound of sausage.

I sprinkle it with a little bit of Lawry's Seasoning Salt.

I cook until brown.
Drain off the excess grease.

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Now when using it in pizza, I only use a small portion of it.
With the rest I either bag it into 1 cup portion sizes for pizza later in the month.
I also sometimes use the sausage for Spaghetti, beef stroganoff, BBQ hamburgers, etc.

This was a simple post, and I hope it answered everyone's question about how I cook my sausage.

Freezing cooked meat is a HUGE timesaver!
It thaws quickly and makes for quick fixing when dinner time comes around.

Happy cooking!

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1 comment:

  1. Often times the simple things are the best! Thanks for sharing and Happy Tuesday!

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