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Quizzie 05-16-2006 10:08 PM

What's Your best sausage/beans recipe
 
Tonight was an easy night for us. We had a big pot of sausage and Pinto beans with Buttered sweet cornbread. It was filling and wholesome. Do you have a favorite recipe that you would like to share?

Mylegsbig 05-16-2006 10:13 PM

I got gas just from reading this thread.

middie 05-16-2006 10:14 PM

As a matter of fact I do.

http://www.discusscooking.com/forums...hite+bean+soup

Quizzie 05-16-2006 11:04 PM

L.O.L. MYLEGSBIG... You are funny tonight. Beans have never affected me in a manner you are acustomed to. Now, come on you are from here. I know you have a non gaseous recipe for us. L.O.L.

Quizzie 05-16-2006 11:05 PM

Thanks Middie... that sounds good.

Mylegsbig 05-16-2006 11:25 PM

lol quiz, i dont eat beans-sausage dishes just doesnt sound good to me
just checkin on threads saw a fellow houstonian and thought i'd drop by :)

auntdot 05-16-2006 11:34 PM

Cassoulet.

Are many variations. Usually use Julia's, often with a few variations, but there are many other more simple approaches.

Course also like to saute some onions and kielbasa-type susage. Add some cans of pork and beans, or other beans, a tad of liquid smoke (OK, rarely use it but find it helps here), some brown sugar, a bit of vinegar, maybe some dry mustard, a tad of hot sauce, maybe some catsup, and I don't know what else, I never make it the same way twice.

And here is a really simple one:

Jeannie's Beanies

2 cans Ranch Style Beans

2 Tsp. Chili Powder (or to taste), or hot chili sauce

12 oz Longhorn Cheese shredded (you can use more)

2 Tbs minced onion (you can use more)

2-3 handfuls of Fritos

Mix, place in casseroles dish

Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes

Very simple, but it seems to work.

Gretchen 05-17-2006 07:19 AM

You can get a 15 bean mix that makes a wonderful sort of minestrone. Soak the beans, add some celery and onion and a can of tomatoes. Season with herbs. Cook until the beans are tender or near tender. Add cut up smoked sausage and finish. I have gotten a pressure cooker which makes this a 20 minute meal.
Another really good dish to include sausage in is split pea or lentil soups.

Robo410 05-17-2006 09:27 AM

Italian Sausage Chowder

dice onion, fennel, garlic, saute in evoo
slice zucchini, mushrooms
several canns of beans (or go fresh or dried) red and white kidneys for example
broth of tomato juice and veg broth or V8
sweet and hot Italian sausage, sliced and browned
baby spinach
favorite pasta 1/2 cooked in salted water
basil and ground fennel seed, salt (maybe) and pepper (black and red)

bring together in stages for simmering
sauted veggies, broths and juice, herbs, sausage, raw veggies, pasta

serve in bowls with crusty toasted bread rubbed with garlilc
sprinkle parmesan cheese wherever you like it

Constance 05-17-2006 11:13 AM

How about red beans and rice?

http://www.cajun-recipes.com/html/jambalaya/40981.htm

Gretchen, I make my minestrone the way you do, with the addition of chicken, carrots, a few potatoes, Italian green beans, cabbage, broken spaghetti, then finish it off with pesto. I serve it with a bit of grated parmesan on top.

When I start throwing things in my big soup pot, I can't seem to stop until it's filled up.


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