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Cooking Italian Sausages

momoftwo | Oct 30, 200904:14 AM     11

HI All, you've been so generous with your advice, I thought I would share. We have a foolproof way to make perfect sausages every time. Bake them. I put the sausages in a baking dish (either 9 by 9 or 9 by 15, depending upon the quanitity of sausages). Cover tightly with foil. Bake them in a 325 oven for atleast two hours but they can go up to 4 with no ill affects. Do not touch them during the first two hours of cooking. If you are going longer, you might want to turn them over. They come out creamy, melt in your mouth, the skins must dissolve and the fat inside dissolves and you are left with creamy tasty meat. My sister in law loves sausages but thought the only way to cook them was to char the heck out of them on the grill. She tasted mine a week or so ago and flipped out! (she almost wouldn;t try them becuase they had no "black" on them so they "could not be cooked")

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