Ready in 45 minutes
Steamed spinach, mashed potatoes, and oatmeal cookies would fit the rustic theme.
"I just made this and find the recipe to be clear and easy to follow. There are not a lot of ingredients, and the dish is still tasty. I did not have sage, but I did add sliced mushroom.
I also used the fried apples I made last night, from here, which had a little light brown sugar added to the plate.
I really liked this meal"
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Melt 1 tablespoon butter in large skillet over medium heat. Add sausages and cook until beginning to brown, turning occasionally, about 5 minutes.
Add onion and apple to sausages in pan; cook until tender and brown, stirring often, about 5 minutes.
Add apple cider and chopped sage; increase heat to high and stir until liquid is slightly reduced, about 2 minutes.
Stir in lemon juice. Season to tasted with salt and pepper.
Using slotted spoon, transfer onion and apple to 2 plates, dividing equally. Top with sausages. Whisk remaining 2 tablespoons butter into cider mixture.
Season sauce to taste with salt and pepper. Drizzle over sausages and serve.
This is comfort food.
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Holly88 1 month agoWe enjoyed this very much. I used fajita chicken sausage which gave a nice balance with the sweetness of the apples & onions. We will be making this often!
singleguy55 2 months agoI just made this and find the recipe to be clear and easy to follow. There are not a lot of ingredients, and the dish is still tasty. I did not have sage, but I did add sliced mushroom. I also used the fried apples I made last night, from here, which had a little light brown sugar added to the plate. I really liked this meal
SouthernSalsaholic 2 years agoI really enjoyed it, very easy. I used apple juice, no sage.
Heatherferg 3 years agoAlright but just a bit too sweet.
Rtginge 3 years agoYum yum very nice kids loved it which is a miracle in it's self
SammiGee 3 years agoVery easy to make, will leave out the 2 tablespoons of butter next time, it took the taste away from the sausages.
lonegunman 3 years agoI had this tonight 1-18-10. I wasnt as thrilled as I had hoped. I would make it again though. Was something different. I think next time I will leave out the sage.
Adnin_Djakaria 3 years agoGreat recipe!
Danpas 4 years agoI left the sage out & accidently put apple cider 'vinegar' instead of juice... I just added some palm sugar & a little mild Indian curry powder, my dinner guests loved it! I'll be doing this one again, nice & easy.
cleverkt 7 years agoI made this cause I thought the kids would like it. No such luck, my husband really didn't enjoy it either. I on the other hand thought it was divine. So I will make again, but only for myself. Sage is not kid friendly!
daylightsun 7 years agoI did`nt use the sage or lemon juice but we still really enjoyed it and I am not keen on sausages. I have only ever pre boiled sausages in making ' Curried Sausages ' but will be doing it now as the sausages were not fatty at all.
Meghan 8 years agoThis is comfort food. [I posted this recipe.]