Recipes Using a Summer Sausage

Does anyone have any recipes to use a big Hickory Farms summer sausage? Thanks.

By ralphed from Middletown, NY

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April 2, 20090 found this helpful

Have you thought about putting it in pasta salad? I make pasta salad using the rainbow rotini, black olives, baby corn on the cob, diced cheese and sometimes add pepperoni slices or diced summer sausage if I have it. Then pour Italian dressing over it to marinate nicely.

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April 3, 20090 found this helpful

I do a pot of red beans and rice every month with chopped up Polska Kilbasa and some corn. You might want to think of that? Or, chop it up and freeze them, then when you make augratin spuds or stir fry, you have just some and don't have to thaw them all. Google the meat on recipes.com and you will find hundreds of recipes.

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April 3, 20091 found this helpful

We like it in hash. Just fry some onion, potato, and add finely chopped summer sausage. I put it in beans when I cook them in the crock pot. I use it in a breakfast bake. Just lay slices of bread in a baking dish. Layer on some thin slices of sausage and pour on enough beaten milk and egg mixture to cover. Bake 350 till eggs are set. You can even use it in soups.

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April 4, 20090 found this helpful

I have one that I need to use too. Thanks for the suggestions.

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April 5, 20091 found this helpful

You could make Sausage Stew in the crockpot. My family loves this, and the sausage seasons the stew so well that you don't need to add other seasoning to it. You can if you want, but we don't.

Sausage Stew

1-2 lb smoked sausage, cut into chunks

4-6 med. potatoes, cut into chunks

1 small bag baby carrots

1 med. onion, cut into chunks

1-2 stalks celery, optional

water

flour to thicken

Put chunked sausage, potatoes, baby carrots, onion, and celery (if desired) into crock pot. Add water until 3 inches from top of crockpot. Cook on LOW for 6-8 hours (until potatoes are done), or on HIGH 5 hours. When done, use flour to thicken to your liking.

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February 9, 20160 found this helpful

Hi! new here, and I was wondering what I could do with hickory farms summer sausage (you know, the little ones everyone gets for christmas, lol). Your recipe calls for smoked sausage. Can I use summer sausage instead?

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October 10, 20160 found this helpful

I make something similiar but add in a can or two of either tomato soup or diced tomatoes, plus a dried cayenne pepper then serve over rice. It's a common recipe from south america around Guatemala.

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December 29, 20160 found this helpful

Cut into 1/4 inch slices. Place in skillet with enough of your favorite barbecue sauce to cover and cook for 30 minutes. Delicious and makes great appetizers just by themselves.

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