Goat Sausage with Garlic and Basil - 16 oz.
Our Goat Sausage with Garlic and Basil are smoked –
fully cooked. This package includes ONE POUND of Goat Sausage. Four links. Four
oz. Each. Goat meat is high in protein. Goat meat is sweet and strong in flavor
than the meat from commercially-raised food animals. Minced Goat meat may be
substituted in dishes where minced beef would normally be used.
Goat Sausages can be boiled, fried, grilled, or
roasted in the oven. Dress it up with a classic combination of mustard and
ketchup, or get more creative by adding onions, relish, and a variety of other
Goat Sausages results in a pleasant smoky taste, and many consider this to be
the best way to prepare them. Any sort of grill will work, so go ahead and
light your charcoal, gas, or wood-fired grill. While the grill is heating up,
prepare the Goat hot dog buns and condiments. Goat Sausages are best enjoyed
hot from the grill. Make sure that one side of the grill is hot, and one side
of the grill is a little cooler. You can do this by stacking up the charcoal a
little higher on one side. If you have a gas grill, you should be able to
control the heat using the knobs on your appliance to make Goat Sausages good.
Lay the Goat Sausages on the cooler side of the grill. Place them at an angle
to create a diagonal sear-mark on the Goat dog. Cook the Goat Sausages for a
minute on each side. Goat Sausages come already cooked, so your goal here isn't
to cook the Goat dog so much as give it some good color and get it piping hot
without burning it. Keep turning the Goat dogs until all sides have developed a
nice, even char. If the Goat dogs are hot but have not developed color, move
them over to the hot side of the grill. Grill them quickly, just to develop a
bit of char, and then move them to a plate. Place them on a bun and serve with
any combination of mustard, ketchup, relish, onion, tomato, cheese, or
Goat Sausages is easy. Fill a large saucepan with enough water to cover Goat
Sausages easily. For 4 Goat Sausages, 4 cups (about 1 liter) of water should be
more than enough. Be sure to use a pan large enough so that the water falls at
least a few inches below the rim. Bring the water to boil. Place the pan on a
burner and turn the heat to high. Let the water come to a full boil before
proceeding. Add the Goat Sausages to the water. Once the water is boiling, slip
in the Goat Sausages one by one with tongs. Simmer the Goat Sausages. Turn the
burner down to its low setting and simmer Goat Sausages for anywhere from 3 to
6 minutes, depending on how you like your Goat Sausages cooked. For a moister,
softer Goat hot dog, simmer them for less time, around 3 to 4 minutes. For a
crispier Goat hot dog, simmer them for more time, around 5 to 6 minutes. Remove
the Goat Sausages and serve. After the Goat Sausages are finished boiling,
remove them from water and dry them off carefully with a paper towel before
placing them in a bun. Serve the Goat Sausages with any combination of mustard,
ketchup, relish, onion, tomato, cheese, or sauerkraut.
Goat Sausages. Place Goat Sausages in a microwave-safe bowl. Use plastic or
glass, rather than a metal bowl. Make sure the bowl is deep enough to hold the Goat
Sausages comfortably. Cover the Goat Sausages with water. It may boil over the
sides, so try to leave an inch or so between the top of the water and the rim.
Cook the hot dog. Place the bowl in the microwave. Close the door, and then cook
the Goat Sausages on high for 2 to 3 minutes. Remove the Goat Sausages from the
microwave and drain away the water. Let the Goat Sausages stand for 30 seconds
to cool and dry off since they will be bursting with heat when they come out.
Once the Goat Sausages are dry, put them in buns and serve them. This quick
method of cooking Goat Sausages is conducive to serving with a simple mustard
and ketchup combo for an on-the-go meal.
Goat Sausages. Preheat the oven to 400° F (~204° C). This method of cooking Goat
Sausages results in juicy, blackened Goat Sausages. They taste about as close
as you can get to grilled Goat Sausages without the inconvenience of lighting
up the grill. Make a lengthwise slice down half of each Goat hot dog. Use a
sharp knife and cut on a stable surface, since Goat Sausages can be slippery.
Do not slice through the Goat Sausages themselves; just make a cut that will
serve as a vent in the surface of the Goat Sausages. Place the Goat Sausages on
a baking tray or roasting pan. The Goat Sausages will drip as they release
juices, so you may want to line the pan with aluminum foil for easy cleanup.
Cook the Goat Sausages for 15 minutes. Place the roasting pan in the oven and
let the Goat Sausages cook until the skin begins to brown and the Goat dogs
begin to curl gently. Brown the Goat hot dog by turning on the broiler if you
prefer your Goat Sausages crispy. Add cheese and place the Goat Sausages back
in the oven for an additional minute, if desired. Carefully take the Goat
Sausages out of the oven and place them on buns. Oven-roasted Goat Sausages
pair wonderfully with chili and cheese. Scoop chili on top and sprinkle on some
cheese, and then serve the Goat Sausages with forks.
Sausages. Cut up some Goat Sausages. You can fry whole Goat Sausages, but they
taste most excellent when they're cut into bite-sized pieces. That way, more
surface area gets a crispy brown sear. Take two or three Goat Sausages -
depending on how many you want - and cut them into smaller pieces you can fry.
Heat some oil in a frying pan. Place the pan on the stove and turn the heat to
medium high. Add enough oil to rise up the sides of the frying pan by about 1/4
- 1/2 inch (.6 - 1.3 cm). Let the oil heat up completely. To test whether it's
ready for the Goat Sausages, drop a crumb of bread into the hot oil. If it
immediately starts sizzling and sputtering, the oil is ready. Place the Goat
hot dog pieces in the frying pan. Do this carefully, since they may sizzle and
pop right away. Put them all in the pan in a single layer and let them start to
fry. Try not to overcrowd the frying pan, since this will cause the Goat
Sausages to cook unevenly. Turn the Goat hot dog pieces. Use tongs to carefully
turn them over after a minute or two, when the first side has become brown and
crispy. Keep frying the Goat hot dog pieces for another minute or two, until
they're cooked just the way you like them. Remember that Goat Sausages are
pre-cooked, so you can cook them to any texture you like without worrying about
whether they're still raw in the middle. Drain the Goat hot dog pieces. Use the
tongs to transfer them to a paper-towel-lined plate so the oil can drain off
and the Goat Sausages can cool a bit. Goat Sausages are delicious with fried
peppers and onions, mixed into macaroni and cheese, or on their own with some
ketchup and mustard.
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