Our Suggestions for Grilling Sausage
Grilling Smoked Hot Dogs and Mini Polish Dogs, and Sausage is a Fourth of July Tradition!
Click this link to see our selection of Fresh Stoysich Sausage:
For Stoysich Smoked Sausage:
For our Homemade Stoysich Smoked Hot Dogs & Mini Polish:
Cook Fresh Stoysich Sausage on the Grill
Arguably one of the best ways to prepare fresh sausage!
With this method there are two schools of thought on sausage grilling . . . here goes:
Grill the Fresh Sausage: Best to go low and slow here. Grill on med-low to medium heat. Turning often to brown evenly. Total Cooking Time: about 25-30 minutes. Internal Temp: 160°The longer and lower the cooking time, the more the sausage caramelizes and browns. High heat will burn the sugars - and you'll end up with black/burned broken casings.When grilling your sausage, use tongs (not a fork!) to turn the sausage. You do not want to poke the casing and let out all the yummy juices. Grill low and slow; fast and hot will cause the juices in the sausage to boil, this makes the casing burst open, causing a burnt outside and raw inside.
It is always best to keep the casing intact - this will yield a moist flavorful sausage because you are keeping all the juices/fat and flavors inside.
The other method? Boil First about 8 minutes and Finish on the Grill - Finishing on the Grill simply involves browning - again, low and slow is always best.
For more grilling info (a lot more) check out: The Best Way to Grill Sausages | The Food Lab . This blog from Serious Eats offers a great method to grill fresh sausage and also explains what can go wrong when not grilled properly.
Cook Smoked Sausage on the Grill
Our Smoked Smoked Sausage, Hot Dogs and Mini-Polish Dogs are all Fully Cooked. You are simply warming or reheating and adding grill marks and crisping up the casing for a beautiful carmelized color.
Grill Smoked Sausage on a medium to medium low grill for about 10 minutes or until warm.