Delightful at any time of the day, Fresh Sausage fries up easily to provide a delicious meal.  Pan fryingwill produce tender sausages on the inside with a crisp and flavorful outer casing.


To get a sausage that's moist and cooked through, yet crispy on the outside, you'll need to use a two-step cooking process that starts with water and finishes with a pan fry.  Sausage prepared this way can be done in under 20 minutes.


Add the sausages to a large pan and fill it with enough cold water to just cover the sausages  (can add beer, juice, wine to water).  Heat over medium-high heat, for about 6-8 minutes, or until the water begins to gently boil. Remove the sausages from the pan.  At this point, the sausages are cooked but are a little drab looking. 


Pan fry the sausage with a little oil to add some color and crispiness. You can leave the sausages whole, slice them half to crisp the interior or cut them into medallions. It's entirely up to you.  Because the sausages are already fully cooked, you won't need to pan fry the sausage long. Heat your oil over high heat and once it is shimmering, add the sausage. Sear for a minute or two and remove them from the pan to prevent them drying out.

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