Whether it’s spicy Spanish Chorizo, sweet Chinese sausage, garlicky Polish kielbasa or savoury Morrocan lamb mergez, every nation has a sausage that is loved by its country. Luckily here in Canada, we get to sample them all!
Spiedini are Italian brochettes threaded with chunks of baguette and other tasty things, such as sausage and onion. Serve with mustard, the Balsamic Grilled Peppers and a juicy tomato salad.
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Use bouillon cubes for the stock: they're perfect for camping because they don't require a lot of room.
This easy recipe uses Bratwurst sausages in a main course with a cabbage stir-fry side. If there are leftovers, they make for a great sandwich filling the next day too!
Spanish chorizo, called chouri?in Portuguese, is a mild or spicy dry-cured paprika sausage available in the deli section of your supermarket.
This soup is typically made and eaten on the last day of the Chinese New Year. The taste and the texture of the dumplings will interest those who like a sticky chewiness.
In large heavy saucepan, heat oil over medium heat; cook onions, carrots, potatoes and kielbasa for 5 minutes or until onions are softened.
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Serve with a side of tomatoes and grilled baguette.
Set out bowls of chopped fresh coriander and ground cumin for guests to dip kabobs.
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