Ideas for fresh pork sausage?
- nasv Apr 18, 2010 12:04 PM
At my local farmers market, my local pork producer gave me a pound of "fresh pork sausage" - it's not in a link form, it is ground and in a vacuum pack, never frozen.
I was curious for some ideas on what I could do with this. I know adding to eggs for breakfast would be easy, but I wanted to think of more dinner applications. I could make small meat (pork) balls, but that's all that's come to me so far.
What are your super chowhound ideas? Thanks!
I use fresh pork sausage in my meatballs, they are awesome.
Or can be combined with stuffing ingredients for a stuffing side dish. Or just sautee some up with onions, broccoli rabe and serve with fresh cooked orrechiette with lots of grated pecorino romano.
Also love porker's idea. Great moniker, too! That's my husband's nickname for himself, since he considers himself a "Porketarian."
Use some to make pork burgers; one thing I did before was to split country ribs in half lengthwise and open like a book. Stuff with cornbread & sausage stuffing, close up and tie with butcher's twine then cook in the oven. So good...