Im trying to clean my freezer out I got a

I’m trying to clean my freezer out. I got a really good deal on these but I have…

I’m trying to clean my freezer out. I got a really good deal on these but I have no idea what to do with them. Help! The easier the better 😊

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50 thoughts on “I’m trying to clean my freezer out. I got a really good deal on these but I have…”

  1. I put mine in a pan cover in spaghetti sauce cook in oven till done and cook spaghetti noodles with them so good

  2. Jennifer Koback

    Open faced sandwich! Sauteed some onions and bell peppers, make a aioli sauce and put on garlic bread. So good!

  3. Lynne Schultheis

    This method cuts cook time in half. Cook them in a microwave safe bowl filled with water for about 3 minutes on high and then transfer to grill and cook until done. Serve on hotdog rolls

    Make sausages and peppers. Serve on Italian bread. Cook sausages. Sauté onions and green peppers in olive oil until soft. Add sausages and tomato sauce. Simmer about 30 min.

  4. Tiffani Willison

    Cut up some peppers and onions and add some salt and pepper and Worcestershire sauce into your pan and put the brats on top and just bake it

  5. Danielle Garrison Cook

    Split them, put a large (julienne cut) cheddar cheese, chopped red onion, chopped jalapeño and wrap a slice of bacon around each onion. Bake, grill ir air fry.

  6. Kristine Pickett

    Cut a slit down the middle. Insert a string cheese. Cover with marinara in a small baking dish. Add sliced provolone or mozzarella on top. Bake at 350 for maybe half an hour until cheese is nicely browned and sausages are heated through.

  7. I slice them and brown them in a skillet with onions, peppers, garlic, add 2 cups rice and brown in skillet with the Italian sausages. Season with cajun seasoning and add 2 cups water or chicken broth, Stir and let cook down for 5 minutes or so. Let set till ready to eat. (I also add some mixed frozen veggies to this just to make it a one pot meal)

  8. Kristie Griffin

    Butterfly them and cook on both sides. Saute some onions and peppers. Once everything is cooked put the onions & peppers on top of the sausages in an oven safe dish and cover with cheese. Put in the oven until cheese melts. We cook everything in a cast iron pan and just put in the oven that way only one pan to clean. You can also top with marinara then add the cheese.

  9. Pamela Straley

    So many options
    Potato soup with this and kale added.
    Remove from casing cook and add to spaghetti or ziti
    Make a quiche with it included
    Flat bread pizza
    Or just grill and eat with peppers and onions
    Just for a few suggestions 

  10. Barbara Williams

    i put ’em in a wrought iron skillet with a little oil on low heat; cover slightly (not tight, just sorta a lid hanging on) and cook for an hour. every now and then i’ll toss some coffee in for liquid until they”re pretty much charry. (but you don’t have to cook them charry if you don’t like that taste) then i serve em with mustard, mashed taters, maybe sauerkraut or cucumber salad. sometimes mashed potato cakes and sour cream and applesauce.

  11. We cut slits in them longways then stuff a stick of string cheese in there and cover it with pasta sauce and bake at 350 for 45-60 min or until at temp.

  12. Alfredo with Italian sausage and broccoli cut sausage into chunks and cook sausage separate and drain I use the cheap Walmart sauce as a base sauce it makes a lot for one little pack of meat because it’s strong

  13. Donna Louise Martin

    Slice them down the middle stuff with string cheese sprinkle with Italian spices cover with spaghetti sauce and mozzarella cheese and bake

  14. Kelly Jo Poland

    Cut down center and stuff with a cheese stick, cover with marinara, shredded mozzarella cheese then bake.

  15. Lindsay Mallard

    I used Italian sausage and made this. Ziti noodles, Italian sausage, mozzarella cheese and a jar of meat sauce. It was good!

  16. Sharon Garner Scott

    I cut up onions, and peppers cook them with spaghetti sauce in the instapot. Eat them on a bun with mozzarella cheese. Cut up the remaining sausage add more sauce and make spaghetti another night..

  17. Slice them up, Sauté in a pan with onion and green or red bell peppers chopped. Boil some spaghetti. Once spaghetti is done drain toss in the pan with sausage and onion and pepper drizzle with olive oil, add Italian seasoning and parmesan. Make some quick garlic bread in the air fryer add an extra veg on the side if you want.

  18. Scarlett Luwana

    Breakfast tacos are one of our go to’s. Brown the sausage and set aside. Scramble a dozen eggs how you like them. Set aside. Heat flour tortillas how you prefer. This usually feeds 4 for breakfast. If you want to make it stretch you can scramble 18 eggs or add additional fillings like shredded potatoes or veggies. Sometimes we’ll make burritos and individually freeze them so they can be grab and go for breakfast.

  19. Kimberly Gibson Worrel

    I cut them up into bite size chunks, into a skillet with burger, till all is cooked. Then into a pot with tomatoes sauce, Diced tomatoes, onions & diced green peppers, Italian seasoning, garlic powder & onion powder (let that simmer while boiling water & cooking the spaghetti) when pasta is done-put it into the sauce pot and let sit 10 minutes for the flavors to melt & the pasta to pick up flavors of the sauce & meat. Serve. 😀

  20. Pearlita Atencio

    Italian sausage sandwich Flatten them long ways place them on a sub roll add lettuce tomato and mustard eat them with fries or chips so bomb we call those grinders

  21. Annie Ellsworth-Topper

    I pan fried mine, tossed in crock, added a can of cream of chicken soup half soup can of heavy cream,, box chicken brother, diced potatoes, celery and onions. Mix all together cook on low for 6 to 8 hrs. Add half block softened cream cheese. Mix till well blended. Tossed in refrigerate cheese tortellini , cover and cook for about 25 to 30 mins.

  22. Evangeline Allaire

    We like them in a stir fry with rice!
    I fully cook them in oven then cut them up sauté any veggies you like them throw the sausages with them put a couple cups of coolers rice with soya and yummm

  23. Bangers and mash. Cook them how you would like i boil mine in beer with onions. Then i boil potatoes for mashed potatoes. When they are done i cut the sausage in pieces with onions put with the mashed potaotes and add cheese and a little cream. Serve while hot.

  24. Debbie Mahurin

    Remove skin cut into bite size pieces fry little then add Bell pepper,onion little bit jalapeno in separate pan fry potatoes in bite size chunks then add to other ing .

  25. Lori C. Nelson

    We grill them and eat them like a hot dog with mustard and relish. After they are cooked, slice them without cutting all the way through to make it easier to eat. Because the casing/skin can be a little thick, slicing before putting on a hotdog bun makes them easier to eat great quick meal.

  26. Kathryn Fowler

    Let that cut a hole in a middle and add cheese pour can of choice sauce and more cheese and bake!

  27. Cut them in 1 inch pieces take potatoes and cut them into wedges you can add onions bell peppers any color you can even add some broccoli or caliph lower sprinkle olive oil over them to cold them season it with salt pepper onion powder and garlic powder put them on a cookie sheet cover with aluminum foil put in the oven and bake until the potatoes in the meat is done really good

  28. Take out of casings and sauté. Set aside. Sauté onions and peppers. While that goes, put chicken broth, tomato sauce, and diced tomatoes in a pot and begin to simmer. Then add sausage and veggies to pot. Make some white rice and add to the pot. Stuffed pepper soup. So good!

  29. Patricia L. Dishaw

    Cut into pieces and roast in a paella pan. Add everything 😉. Sure love plentiful summer vegetables. If too hot, do same on outdoor grill. Have a beer while cooking.

  30. Saute them in a big frying pan with a little water or broth, keeping a close eye on them so the liquid doesn’t evaporate – adding a bit more as needed, and turn to brown them nicely. takes about 12-15 minutes. Serve 1 sausage over spaghetti and cover with cheap jarred spaghetti sauce. Sprinkle with lots of parmesan. Serve with garlic bread and a side salad. Really good.

  31. I make spaghetti with this instead of ground beef, add some Italian seasoning and a hint of sugar, best ever!

  32. Make Italian sausage sandwich. Bell peppers, sliced onion. Sauté until tender.Use hoagie bun,Slice of any cheese you like, broil or melt cheese, add cooked sausage and vegs.

  33. Susan Thompson Sala

    Slice into coin shapes, fry with garlic , add chicken stock and uncooked pasta, cover and cook until pasta is done. Add shredded parm to top when serving

  34. Patricia Witmer

    2 links of sausage cut into 1 inch round piece
    1 lb of potatoes
    1 orange pepper
    1 red pepper
    1 yellow pepper
    1 dash of garlic powder
    1 dash of onion powder
    1 dash of italian seasoning
    1 tablespoon butter

    Melt butter in pan add sausage, peppers, potatoes and seasonings to pan and cook until done.

  35. Debbie Zimmerman

    I do mine in the stove top fry them up and throw a little water in and cover after water goes away I cut them in half and throw peppers and onions in it then add a can of crushed tomatoes let it cook and put it on a nice Italian roll and make sausage sandwich or I add it to my spaghetti sauce for extra flavor so good

  36. I like to cut up sausages and cook them in a bit of olive oil, set aside, cook peppers and sliced potatoes with olive oil and seasoning salt and then add it all together.

  37. Debbie Weaver Poole

    I place in skillet with a little water fry them. Drain water. Add barbecue sauce onion some add green pepper simmer for hours and place sausage onions bequest sauce in potato hot dog roll. Awesome!!!!

  38. Cut them into bite size pieces along with potatoes and i ions all to bite size. Add any vegetables you’d like and bake covered with tin foil until everything is done.

  39. Shawn Cummings

    Skinning them and using them as ground meat is a great option. Sometimes I just add a small jar of pesto, some red pepper flakes, heavy cream and parmesan cheese to make a sauce. Add whatever pasta you like and done. My daughter’s favorite dish!

  40. Kelly Gregoire

    Grill them, then serve with sauteed bell pepper strips in olive oil and garlic. Serve on a baguette. The best sandwich. Ever

  41. I put mine in the air fryer they are so good. Then in a frying pan I put a little bit of olive oil and I already had some green, yellow, red, bell peppers cut up and put in frying pan with some sweet onions diced up too and after done, I drain grease off and I put the mild Italian sausage in a hot dog bun and put some peppers in it and I put a little but of mayo on the hot dog bun and it was so good 😋

  42. I slice those down the middle to make a pocket, stuff it with string cheese. Put a layer of tomato sauce down, put the stuffed Italian sausages down and then cover them with onion and peppers… whatever veg you’d like, zucchini might be good. Easy and good with out without bread.

  43. Take them out of the casings from them up and put it in spaghetti sauce
    Or if you want really easy put them in the oven, broiler them nice a well done
    Serve with hot mustard Eat with perogies or some side dish

  44. I cook mine in a frying pan, then cut up in slices, add to a pot of zatarains rice. Side of steamed broccoli, salad, Brussel sprouts, etc

  45. Nancy Mann Williams

    I peal the clear wrap off and fry it up like hamburger but before it is all the way done I put in quartered and sliced potatoes and onions, also bell peppers are a a way to bring color and taste great

  46. Boil them, slice them into discs and add to a sheet pan of fresh cut veggies. Sprinkle salt, pepper, garlic powder and chili powder and bake in the oven.

  47. Throw in a crockpot with cut up peppers 🫑 and water to cover sausages, add a little Italian seasoning and a little olive oil. Cook a few 4 hrs on low. Can be served with pasta or on a hoagie roll when done.

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