Grandma’s own! Adjust the milk to the thickness you like. Works with bacon, too. Serve hot over freshly baked biscuits!
Homemade turkey sausage patties with warm, aromatic spices refrigerate overnight to blend the flavors, and then are ready to eat in minutes.
Evaporated milk is used as the base for this hearty soup with browned sausage, canned cream-style corn and potatoes.
Instead of starting with a hambone (which you won’t have unless you’ve just eaten a baked ham) and dried beans (which require significant soaking and simmering time), simply open cans of chicken broth and beans. Minced prosciutto instantly transforms commercial chicken broth into a ham-flavored soup base. Italian sausage reinforces the pork flavor and makes the soup substantial and satisfying. Mashing some of the canned beans thickens the soup and gives it the body of one that’s been long simmered. Sauteed onions, carrots and celery add depth of flavor and ensure the soup’s homemade feel.
This yummy sausage, cheese and egg bake will warm you up when it’s cold and fill you up when you’re hungry!
Spicy and delicious! This is an excellent one dish meal that has always satisfied during the cold winter months. Tastes great on its own or with fresh hot bread and topped with Asiago cheese.
This soup is easy to put together, and the flavor of the spicy sausage is balanced nicely by Great Northern beans, zucchini, fresh spinach, and carrots. Makes a delicious winter supper.