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BayouBengal504
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Member since Nov 2011
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need some help cooking some green onion sausage

mom gave me some green onion sausage to cook, but we dont have a grill. is there any way i can cook this to have it be similar to a grill like finish? with an even crispy outside? instead of a browned one side of it. trying to eventually cut them in half and make sandwiches
can it be done in the oven?
TIA

This post was edited on 11/7 at 5:45 pm



heypaul
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The O-T Lounge
Member since May 2008
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re: need some help cooking some green onion sausage
do you have a foreman grill?
or a cast iron skillet?


BayouBengal504
New Orleans Saints Fan
Member since Nov 2011
3851 posts

re: need some help cooking some green onion sausage
no and no

im a failure i know


rutiger
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purgatory
Member since Jun 2007
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re: need some help cooking some green onion sausage
What kind of bread?

I would take them out of the casings, form patties and cook in some bacon grease or butter.


LSUEnvy
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Kingwood Tx, via Lake Chuck
Member since May 2011
7735 posts

re: need some help cooking some green onion sausage
A regular skillet or dutch oven will work, just add a few tblsp of oil and cook on a low heat(so the insides is done) Then you can brown it at a higher temp at the end


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tigerfoot
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Alexandria
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re: need some help cooking some green onion sausage
Ummm....brown in skillet make a good dark gravy and serve over rice


Motorboat
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At the camp
Member since Oct 2007
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re: need some help cooking some green onion sausage
quote:

can it be done in the oven?


yes. 350 until brown for about 30-45 mins. If not crispy enough, hit the broiler for a few, watching it closely.


BayouBengal504
New Orleans Saints Fan
Member since Nov 2011
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re: need some help cooking some green onion sausage
ciabatta bread.


im going to try the low temp the browning it


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BayouBengal504
New Orleans Saints Fan
Member since Nov 2011
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re: need some help cooking some green onion sausage
thanks im turning the oven on now.... can i just put it on some tin foul on a baking sheet? or should i go with a pan


CITWTT
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baton rouge
Member since Sep 2005
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re: need some help cooking some green onion sausage
Heat it up in a water bath til the water is just at a boil for 6 minutes, Then drain the pot and sear the exterior of the sausage til the casing has caramelized just a bit.


OTIS2
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NoLA
Member since Jul 2008
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re: need some help cooking some green onion sausage
Sear over med high heat in a skillet on the stove and then pop in a 400 degree oven for 5 or more minutes to finish. Let cool and slice as you wish.


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AlaTiger
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re: need some help cooking some green onion sausage
Try the microwave. Everyone around here swears by it.


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Kajungee
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re: need some help cooking some green onion sausage
quote:

Ummm....brown in skillet make a good dark gravy and serve over rice



Winner winner Chicken dinner


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fatboydave
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Fat boy land
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re: need some help cooking some green onion sausage
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Heat it up in a water bath til the water is just at a boil for 6 minutes


Now you talking. Makes for a real tender sausage.


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