How do they cook sausage on a stick at Fairs?
- danhole Jun 19, 2007 11:40 AM
My SO loves sausage, which is not one of my favs, but I do like the sausage on a stick concept. It's not too greasy, but HOW do they cook it? I think it is on a rotisserie, or one of those hot dog machines where the wheels constantly turn the hot dog. He thinks it's cooked on a grill. What do you all think?
And how do they cook sauage at a BBQ restaurant? It has the same consistency as the on a stick version, with no visible charr marks. Whenever he makes sausage on the grill it is "blackened" and that ain't good!
if "he" placed the sausages away from the direct heat of the grill as in Weber-style indirect cooking, you'd get the fat rendered out without it feeding the flareups that cause the carbon burning. ick. I put a foil drip pan underneath to catch the fat so it doesn't goo up the kettle. Works in a gas grill too.