Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Showy, Showy, Sausages!

This weekend I made Julie's Spicy Italian Sausages from Everyday Dish.

I made a half batch of a Spicy Sundried Tomato and Basil version (thank you, cube of pesto in the freezer for months!), and although I had to steam them longer than instructed due to halving the recipe and still using the full amount of liquid and grabbing ingredients to make up for it - I'm happy with them, and know they'll come out ever *better* next time. There will be a next time!

I think we even like these better than Sundried Tomato and Basil Seitan O'Greatness !

Getting ready to steam:

So big!
Sliced, panfried and served onto a slice of garlic bread with fire roasted marinara, red bell pepper and 'parmesan' (nooch, miso, sea salt, ground cashews). Great, great, great!

If you like Tofurkey, I seriously recommend giving the recipe a try, and even adapting it with your favorite flavor combos.


Johnny Burnham said...

I found a website I think you'll love.


Also, your sausages look delicious!

Melisser; the Urban Housewife said...

I love these! I only have one left from the batch I made. They're fun as patties too!

VeganFabulous said...

I have been thinking about these sausages ever since I saw her post. Yours look great!

ijdi said...

Jess! these look so great! I am definitely going to make these soon.

Melody Polakow said...

Looks great!

Ashasarala said...

Everyone's been posting about sausages lately. I have to admit, they do look mouth-watering.

bazu said...

yay sausages! It's been a while since I made any, but those look oh so good.

julie hasson said...

Gorgeous Jess!! Your food always looks so good.

So glad you liked the sausages. Can't wait to see what new flavor combos you come up with.

jess (of Get Sconed!) said...

Thanks, guys!

You rule, Julie!

And John <3<3<3<3

Virginie Péan said...

I didn't know this Italian and oil-less way to make vegan sausages. Thanks.