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Ive never had this before but it was a good

I’ve never had this before, but it was a good price at the store, so I thought I…

I’ve never had this before, but it was a good price at the store, so I thought I’d try! What are different recipes/ways to prepare it?? (including kid friendly!-using stove/oven, air fryer, or grill, no potatoes.)

thank for the original creator Danielle DeBerg

45 thoughts on “I’ve never had this before, but it was a good price at the store, so I thought I…”

  1. Sonja Jackson Campton



    Recipe type: DINNER

    3 Tbsp olive oil
    2 lb smoked sausage
    1 medium onion chopped
    3 cloves minced garlic
    2 cups chicken broth
    1 12 oz can diced tomatoes
    ½ cup heavy cream
    ¼ teaspoon pepper
    8 oz dry whole wheat bow tie pasta
    2 cups shredded cheddar cheese
    Slice smoked sausage into bite sized pieces.
    Add olive oil to pan and sauté onions and sausage.
    Stir in garlic.
    Add chicken broth, diced tomatoes, cream, and pepper. Stir till mixed well.
    Add pasta. Make sir that the pasta is stirred into the sauce and covered with liquid.
    Cover and simmer for 15-20 minutes.
    Add 1 cup of cheddar cheese. Stir until melted.
    Serve with additional cheese and sour cream if desired.
    We recommend organic ingredients where available.

  2. Cut it up fry it and add a little bbq sauce to it with a side of Mac and cheese so good!

  3. Bailey Maynard

    I make breakfast bowls with them.
    Cut potatoes and fry in some olive oil with some onions(youll want to add onions about halfway through cooking potatoes)then once the potatoes are almost done add the sausage. When everything is cooked mix some eggs in until those are cooked. So good!

  4. Judy Mclaughlin

    I just made this last week. I cut it up into bite size pieces as well as a green pepper, yellow squash and half of a sweet onion. Drizzled with olive oil, salt, pepper and garlic salt. Baked at 350 degrees for about 45 minutes until veges were tender. Made butter & herb rice as a side.

  5. I buy a package of dirty rice mix (near the rice-a-roni) and add fresh veggies to it. Onions, peppers, tomatoes, etc. cut the sausage into coin size pieces. Enjoy!

  6. Rebecca Treece

    Grill them, went to a high end bbq place in Texas on vacation, and they served them as a meat choice. Had never thought of that before. I usually slice them into coins and pan grill them until they have some color and eat. I love cutting them into coins and putting just them in a big pot of kraut and putting them on low and letting them cook for at least an hour. I serve with boiled potatoes, Mac and cheese, and cornbread. Yes, I am a southern girl with some strong German roots, but this is my ultimate comfort food meal

  7. I grill it or boil it in a little bit of water and then let it t brown in a pan. I’ve seen sheet pan meals using it too but haven’t tried that yet

  8. Brenda Wilburn Riney

    Kid friendly: Shredded cabbage (couole of bags of coleslaw mix with/without carrots), peppers and onions (can get frozen) in a pan with your choice of seasonings. We like Worcestershire, pepper, a little garlic salt or powder, a little cajun seasoning. Cut into bite-sized pieces and throw sausage, peppers and onions in a large pan (big electric pan is what we use) with just a little oil. Cover and cook until veggies start to be done, then add cabbage. Cover again and cook to desired texture. Delicious!

  9. Stacy Craven West

    One of my favorite keto recipes! Cut up and cook the sausage (drain). Add can mushrooms and broccoli (or your favorite veggies) Parmesan cheese & butter. Sometimes I just buy the frozen vegetable medley. Not keto?…. add some pasta noodles. My kids favorite still to this day!

  10. Charlotte Mcbride Striplin

    I just slice it up in bite sized pieces and saute in a skillet with a little oil till brown. Then add a box of Zataran’s dirty rice and enough water to cover rice. Put a lid on and cook on medium heat till rice is done. While it’s cooking I make a salad and dinner is ready!

  11. Betsy Mayo Smith

    I slice it and fry it with potatoes and onions. We call it “sausage hash.” I also slice and fry some and add eggs and scramble them. You can cut it into big chunks and make a cookie sheet meal with it and other veggies. Slice it and mix it with boxed mac & cheese or with baked beans. It’s so good for a lot of things!

  12. Split lengthwise about 3/4 of the way through and fill with cream cheese. Wrap in bacon and place in the oven ( can also be done on the grill). Brush with bbq sauce the last few minutes and enjoy!!

  13. Tara Helmueller Lampman

    So much to do with this but my new favorite is making pig shots. Cut up, wrap w bacon then top w a cheese jalapeño cream chees mix and put on Traeger will a lil brown sugar or maple syrup. Sooo good!

  14. Anne Bansbach Lykins

    Love it! Always what I buy. I either fry it, or cook it in a pot with potatoes, greenbeans and onion. With some water. The sausage gives it enough taste!

  15. Great on the grill … sliced thin on pizza … mixed in cheese grits …. Cold slices with cheese on triscuts then melted in microwave or oven … cooled with peppers and onion eaten as sausage sandwich …

  16. Michelle Bowen Popham

    I cut up and throw into the oven. Serve with a number of sides. My kids love it and it’s an easy meal!

  17. Get you some yellow rice, diced chicken thighs, and cut this up. Cook your meats then add your rice. Follow directions on the bag of yellow rice. Add some chicken stock to taste (I use half water half chicken stock) maybe a diced onion while you’re cooking the meats.

    Sooooo good.

  18. Marla Lyden-McElhaney

    Great sliced and fried with fried potatoes garlic salt pepper and what ever seatings you want. Quick and easy. Only put sausage in when potatoes are half cooked otherwise you’ll burn the sausage.

  19. Pazza Cagna Italiana

    You can treat this just like you do kielbasa. We wouldn’t eat kielbasa so much mom used to is instead.
    For the kids they can simply put it in a pan with a little water and heat it up, and Mac n cheese is a good side dish to go with it. Also the air fryer could be used pretty easy, I think cooking time is about half. It doesn’t take long to cook at all

  20. My husband and I sliced it up and baked it in the oven with zucchini, squash, sweet peppers, red onion, asparagus, and a sweet potato. Seasoned well and threw some butter on it. Absolutely amazing!!

  21. Sara McCartney

    I love this with everything! Potatoes, Mac and Cheese!

    We will cut it up, mix it with green peppers, onion (really any veggie you want). Marinate for a bit in a bag with Italian dressing then grill. 😋

  22. Lori Mowbray Horton

    Cut in circles or cylinders, you can halve the cylinders if you prefer. And cook in skillet with cooking spray or olive oil. Brown on both sides. Serve as breakfast meat with whatever you like. Eggs, toast, pancakes etc.
    Cut up and put in hot/simmering water while making Mac & cheese and veggies. Serve with ketchup & mustard. (Think hot dog or brat sides)
    Cook with peppers & onions. Eat alone or add noodles & marinara/spaghetti sauce.

    It says it’s got 7 servings in the package, but as with hot dogs most people eat 2 or even more. So I always use 2 packages for my family of 5.

  23. We love cutting it up and cooking on the stove with some bbq sauce. The kids love it and honestly so do I! Super simple and yummy and goes well with a variety of sides!

  24. Yolanda Vercher

    I cut it side wards in thin slices..cook it up with onions..garlic..peppers .olive oil and usual spices..throw in kale. Sautee it up. Throw in a can of white beans..sautee a bit..then water..carrots cook up . Eat with good crusty bread.

  25. Brenda Medhurst

    I slice them up and throw 3 of them in the crockpot add dark brown sugar and a tiny bit of water. It makes it syrupy but it is delicious

  26. Michaelyn N Warren Slack-Wilhelm

    Roast it in the oven with potatoes , onions, Brussel sprouts or green beans with olive oil and s & p and Italian seasonings. It’s delicious!!!!

  27. So many options. One is seafood bake. Place on sheet pan: small potatoes, corn on cob, sausage and shrimp. Season all with seafood seasoning on EVOO. Potato’s in pan earlier than rest depending how large. Shrimp added last.

  28. Kristen Johnson

    Fry it with thinly sliced potatoes, onions, and peppers. Sometimes I also just cut it long ways and throw it on the grill with a few sides.

  29. Kami Blanton Fraunfelter

    I like to use it for sausage and potato soup. My husband likes it when I cut it into bite sized pieces, brown it and add it to homemade Mac and cheese. My favorite though is cutting it into bite sized pieces, adding it to several cans of drained green beans, small potatoes, onions, garlic, and a can of chicken broth, in the crockpot for several hours.

  30. We cut into like 2/3” chunks and grill with bbq sauce on last little bit of grilling and my kids love it! Then we have baked beans and pasta salad as sides with it

  31. Donna McMullen

    Dice potatoes, boil them in water to cover them in skillet until tender, add sausage, canned green beans, cook on low/medium heat for about 5 min or so.. salt pepper to taste, maybe a little onion powder. It’s a great meal

  32. I usually add some veggies (mostly good roasting veggies) mix all together with a marinade that goes well with veggies.
    Sprinkle over some parm and some Korean red chili flakes.
    Lay out on a sheet pan and into a 375 oven for 20 mins.
    Mix the veggies around and back in for 20 mins.
    Serve on a bed of mashed potatoes or rice.
    Great for dinners or meal prep.

  33. Mary Grace Ballard


    Cut up potatoes into bite sized pieces- lightly cover in oil- season- put in oven for 20 min on 350- take out and flip- add in sausage (bite sized pieces), broccoli, Brussels, etc (whatever else your heart desires)- add some more oil and seasoning- kind of mix it all up- cook for 20 more minutes (give or take)- AND EAT!

    SOOO GOOD!!!

  34. Teresa Michener Hawkins

    I love these!!! I boil them in beer and then do the zatarans red beans and rice with them. It’s one of my fav meals! And so easy!!

  35. Eat it cut up..or I onion..bell pepper..garlic..olive oil and seasonings..throw in oven
    I added it to a box of Mac and Cheese..it’s great in oven ..

  36. Pierogi Casserole made in the crockpot (pierogies, sausage, cream cheese, shredded cheddar cheese and chicken broth). You’ll probably have leftovers and it’s super easy to make! My 1 year old gobbles it up! If no potatoes of any kind, it’s also easy and yummy mixed with Knorr cheddar cheese rice and broccoli!

  37. We saute slices in olive oil with chopped onion and celery- then add canned tomatoes tomato sauce- season with creole seasoning salt sugar garlic shake worstershire salt- simmer – serve over rice- ours loved it

  38. Layer sliced sausage, onions, bell peppers, yellow
    Squash, zucchini, potatoes,
    Cover with cheese. Cover and bake or microwave.
    You can modify if there are ingredients you don’t like.

  39. when I was a little girl, this was always my fave! My mom would cut it into “coins’ and fry it in a frying pan. Then serve it to me on toothpicks. I thought it was so fancy! 🤣I still like it and think it tastes best on a toothpick. I usually serve with fried potatoes or mac n cheese.

  40. Kim Palubinsky-Valentine

    We usually cook it in a frying pan with some water. If its refrigerated, 20 minutes on 1 side then flip for 15 minutes. If its frozen 30 minutes on each side. My kids love it! I usually serve with baked beans and cheesy fried potatoes with onions or just regular fried potatoes with onions. It’s such a delicious, easy meal.

  41. Jody Davenport

    I cut it up w potatoes, peppers and onions and some seasonings and cook it in my air fryer. Amazing

  42. In a crockpot put some brown sugar on the bottom, cut up the sausage into chunks then add a can of pineapple chunks with the juice. 2 hours on low then the last hour add in a packet of ready rice jasmine and let it soak up the juice. So easy and good!

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