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Italian sausages recipe with tomato sauce

Salsicce alla Romagnola
Italian sausages recipes mostly prescribe the use of grill or frying pan, but the sausages are just as irresistible when prepared in tomato sauce.

In Italy every butcher makes his own sausages with different meat mixtures and the seasoning prescribed by secret local recipes. Most of these sausages are made from pork and they are rarely thicker than a finger, but they taste fantastic regardless of whether they are eaten alone or as part of a soup or a sauce.

When this Italian sausages recipes is served with a slice of bread it is basically an elegant variation over the loved hotdog with ketchup theme.

Ingredients
500 g Italian pork sausages (hot or mild as you like)
250 g tomato purée, peeled or canned tomatoes
Fresh sage
Salt, pepper, olive oil

Preparation
Cut the sausages in smaller bite-sized pieces
Fry the sausages slowly in olive oil along with a handful of fresh sage leaves
When the sausages have turned brown add the tomato purée
Stir and let the sausages simmer for 10 minutes
Add salt and pepper to taste
The Italian sausages recipe can be served as a main course with bread, potatoes or pasta

For alternatives to this Italian sausages recipe see

Pasta sun dried tomatoes and balsamic vinegar

Italian meatballs in tomato sauce

Italian tomato sauce recipe

italian sausages recipe

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3 Comments

May 21, 2013 6:38 pm

Maria

I want this, right now. Wow! I can smell it – yes I can smell it through the photo. Mmm

May 28, 2013 8:49 pm

Laurel

Looks delicious, but so simple! That’s my kind of cooking!

June 05 2013 13:38 pm

admin

True. Another quicker than fast-food recipe that can't go wrong.

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