How to cook aidells sausage
How to cook aidells sausage
If you’ve never tried Aidell’s Sausage and wondered How to cook aidells sausage , you’re in for a real treat! Their Sausage’s are made with quality ingredients, and there are several different varieties, so you can use your favorites in various different recipes. They come fully cooked, making quick meals, even easier. You just need to heat them through, and brown them a bit, and they’re done. You can pop them in a skillet and brown them on the stove top, or cook them like we did, in a large skillet with your favorite vegetables, and makes easy meals, that are done in no time. You get a delicious healthy meal the whole family will enjoy. There are so many different choices, with all type of Sausage, you can choose from their Pork Sausages, or Aidells Chicken Sausage, Apple Chicken Sausage, Aidells Smoked Chicken Sausage, Andouille Dinner Sausages, or their Pineapple Bacon Sausages. Aidells Chicken has no added Hormones, or Antibiotics, and they only use only the best ingredients, like real chunks of Washington State farm apples. You can even buy their breakfast sausages, like Apple Breakfast Sausage links, or their healthy breakfast sausage, and serve those up with a stack of pancakes, or some French Toast, drizzled with your favorite Maple Syrup, and you’ve got a wonderful meal ready in no time, which is great for busy mornings.
You can use any variety of their dinner sausages, and even cook them in the Air Fryer for about 8-10 minutes, and serve them with some sweet potatoes, or Brussels sprouts sauteed in a honey glaze, and have a delicious dinner, really quick and easy. You can serve any of their Sausages with your favorite side dish, and have a meal everyone is sure to be pleased about. You could even serve them Italian style, over some Pasta and red sauce for the perfect accompaniment. Add a little but of Parmesan Cheese, and a side salad, and you have a delicious meal, with a good source of protein and savory flavor. Aidells is so much better than traditional sausages, because they’re made with flavorful ingredients, and there are so many different ways to make them, you can have your favorite meal anytime you want. You can even cook your favorite flavor, and grab some hot dog buns, and add some barbecue sauce, some ketchup, or spicy mustard, and throw on some chopped onion, or relish, for a wonderful game day treat. No matter how you decide to serve these delicious sausages, or which flavors you choose, you’re going to love Aidells! Follow the recipe below for a delicious dinner.
1 1/2 Tablespoons of Butter
2 Tablespoons of Olive Oil
Aidells Pineapple and Bacon Sausage – 1 package
3 large Potatoes – peeled and cut in pieces
1 large sweet onion – chopped
1 large red pepper – cut in chunks
1 package of whole green beans – frozen
1/4 cup of Balsamic Vinegar
1/2 cup of Maple Syrup
1/3 cup of Brown Sugar
Garlic Salt – Sprinkle
Garlic Powder – Sprinkle – to taste
1 teaspoon of minced Garlic
In a large skillet, or a large sauté pan, add the Butter, and Olive oil, and add the Potatoes, and sprinkle with the Garlic Salt, and Garlic Powder, and a little pepper if desired. Cook until the Potatoes are golden brown on one side, about 15 minutes, on medium heat. Turn the Potatoes, and move the Potatoes to one side of the Skillet, and add the chopped onion, and red pepper, and saute for about 8 minutes, stirring to cook the vegetables. Cut the Aidells Sausages into coins/slices, and move the onions and peppers to one side of the skillet with the Potatoes. Add the sliced Sausages, and cook for 10 minutes on one side, then turn sausage slices and cook on the other side, making sure both sides are browned, and golden, and a little crispy. Turn the Potatoes, onions and peppers, and move them on top of the Sausages, and add the Green beans to the skillet, and cook, stirring often until they are tender, about 5 – 7 minutes. When the green beans are tender, but still a little firm, sprinkle them with the garlic salt, and let sit for 1 minute. Turn the Green beans, and all ingredients, making sure the Potatoes, onions and peppers are golden browned, and let cook for about another 15 minutes over med-low heat.
In a small sauce pan, add the Balsamic Vinegar, Maple Syrup, Brown Sugar, Garlic Salt, and Garlic Powder, and cook on high 25-30 seconds, then turn to medium-high heat, just until the mixture gently boils, simmers. Turn the heat down to low, and add the Minced Garlic, and cook for 5 minutes. Remove from heat, and set aside.
Plate the Skillet dinner, and drizzle a generous amount over the top before serving. Serve, and Enjoy!
NOTE: If you cannot find the Pineapple Bacon Sausage, you can make this dish with Aidells Chicken Apple Sausage, and just add a little Brown sugar on top of the Sausage slices when you add it to the skillet.