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Hovdv 20-06-2006 02:59 PM

Question about pan cooking large sausage links
 
I used to start sausages in water. Not anymore. When pan
cooking/frying I lay them in the pan and cook at low heat. Sometimes I
cover and sometimes I don't: However when talking about fresh sausage
I usually cover. I also add a little drizzle of cooking oil to the
bottom of pan before placing sausage in. They will brown nicely on low
heat. Note when I say low heat I do not use the lowest setting; rather
I'm up to about #3 on an electric stove top; which is about 30% of the
high. You can if you like prick the sausages with a fork to allow
escapade of fat but I don't because I do like the fat in there. Most
of it anyway.


Andy[_2_] 20-06-2006 03:37 PM

Question about pan cooking large sausage links
 
"Hovdv" wrote in news:1150811983.210639.5960
@i40g2000cwc.googlegroups.com:

You can if you like prick the sausages with a fork to allow
escapade of fat but I don't because I do like the fat in there. Most
of it anyway.



I use a long kabob stick to poke only the blisters. Sometimes the fat can
fountain out pretty far. No point in airating the whole sausage with a
fork.

Andy


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