Cooking Sausages for Party with no BBQ Available
- Barb S Jul 30, 2005 02:03 PM
Here's the deal: we are going to a friend's house to drink zinfandels, and I've volunteered for the meat course. I have decided on sausages, which I don't have a lot of experience cooking. Only challenge is that the friend's BBQ isn't working. Here's my questions:
1. How many sausages for 8 people? 2 each? We'll have appetizers and salads as well.
2. How to cook: Should I grill them at my house, and then reheat over at the friend's when we're ready to eat? There's probably a 2-hour window there. How to reheat? In oven on 250?
3. How to cook if I cook them there: Should I pan fry them? How long?
re: Barb S
Pan broil them or broil in your oven broiler. I would be looking for some interesting sauces to serve up with them. Maybe make some tzatziki for the lamb, the yogurt sauce usually served on gyros, maybe a spicy Thai dipping sauce, like a sweet hot sauce made with 1 C. sugar, 1.2 C. water, 1/2 C. white vinegar, 2 Tbs. minced garlic, salt and chili garlic sauce to taste heat it all in a sauce pan and stir until the sugar is dissolved. Store in fridge until needed. With the chicken I might go with the suggested peppers and onions