Ladies and gents,
Allow me to introduce you the easiest recipe ever: Sausage cooked in Whisky Malt flavoured beer, a delicious interpretation of one of my favourite foods in the world: sausage.
All you have to do is to throw a sausage in a medium pan, cook it on a low fire for about 12 minutes, add some beer and keep the mix on fire for another 10 minutes. In Italy, sausages are already seasoned, so I didn't add any salt or pepper.
This recipe is made of 2 ingredients only, so I advise you to use the best sausage you can find, as the taste depends entirely on the quality of the meat. If you ask me, the best products are generally easier to find at the local butcher, if you have one in the nearby, so I think it worths a visit.
We ate the sausage without a side dish, with bread freshly pulled out of the oven. However, some green beans would have made a good companion for this wonderful dish.
- Sausage - 250 grams
- Whisky Malt flavoured beer - 100 ml
- 1Prepare the sausage, if needed. (For example, in Italy the sausage should be peeled before putting it in the pan.)
- 2In a nonstick frying pan, cook the sausage using a medium low fire, for about 10 to 15 minutes, time in which it will start losing most of the fat inside.
- 3Add the beer. I used a Whisky Malt flavoured beer, because I like its wonderful flavour, but I guess any beer could work well, as long as it doesn't have a taste of fruit or citrus.
- 4Two minutes after adding the beer, cover the pan and let the sausage cook for another 8 minutes. Keep the fire low all the time.
- 5Serve immediately.