Sausages are almost always fried in oil, served for any meal, particularly breakfast or lunch. Sausages can also be modified to use indigenous ingredients. Mexican styles add oregano and the “guajillo” red pepper to the Spanish chorizo to give it an even hotter spicy touch. (Wikipedia)
Speaking of sausages, try preparing this appetizing dish, Little Sausage Party Breads. It is delicious and easy to do!
- 1 pkg Jimmy Dean sausage (any flavor)
- 1 pound hamburger
- 1 small box Velveeta cheese
- 1 loaf party bread (sourdough, rye, or pumpernickel)
- Fry your sausage and hamburger until it's done then drain.
- Add it back to the fry pan and add your Velveeta cheese, a little at a time, just keep mixing it until it all comes together. This usually takes about 15-20 minutes.
- Next, spread your little party breads out on a cookie sheet, spoon a little bit of the sausage/hamburger/cheese mixture onto each one.
- Bake these under the broiler just until they reach a light golden brown color.
Submitted by: Marcia Stegman