So Easter has come and gone and there is a plethora of sausages in the fridge. I was curious on what you guys put on your sausages. I either take mine dry or with ketchup.
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completely depends on the sausage and how i'm eating it.
Am i putting it in a roll? Am i eating it plain? Am i making pasta sauce with it? And i slicing it up and making a sandwich? Am eating it with anything else? Breakfast? Lunch? Dinner?
Come on man I need more details.
Also, thats not even mentioning the fact there are tons of different types of sausage. is it italian sausage? Swedish sausage? German? Polish?
Are we talking about pork sausages or beef sausages?
There needs to be more information. Sausages are complex dude.
I eat sausages with other stuff. Or I cook em up a bit, dice em, then simmer them in a mixture of balasamic vinegar and red wine until the fluids have reduced. Then I mix the syrupy goo with some beef stock, tomato passata, chopped tomatoes + herbs. Serve with pasta. Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
For breakfast sausage I put maple syrup, and for something like a Bratwurst I put on some nice fancy mustard. Like the kind that is pretty much all seeds.
I'm with the breakfast sausage. Syrup all the way.
Every other sausage I eat plain unless it's in food.
Don't like sausage by itself much anymore. I do like to mix it in when I make hamburgers, tacos, omelets, spaghetti etc. The few breakfast links I eat are plain WITHOUT syrup. (yechhh) No more hot dogs etc. in my life, either. Even New York (Italian) sausage sandwiches w/onions peppers and mushrooms sauteed in olive oil has sadly gotten old.
Mustard or sour cream depending on the flavour profile of the sausageses. Like a spicy sausage with a lot of oomph to it does not need mustard and generally suffers from its inclusion. The sour cream is just my scandi heritage to which i am genetically obligated to enjoy.
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