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Thursday, July 7, 2011

Sweet & Sour Farmer Sausage


I promised my sweet friend Carolyn that I would post this recipe for her.  I found this recipe 15 years ago in a mennonite cook book that I was given at one of my bridal showers.  It has become a favourite in our house.  We usually have it once a month on a Monday night when Uncle Ken comes for supper.  Uncle Ken LOVES this meal!  This is a really easy recipe!  We buy our farmer sausage from a local butcher.  I usually peel the outer layer of 'skin' off the sausage first.
Recipe:
Pre-Bake Sauasge for 1 hour @ 350*  in a 9x13" pan. 
(Once it's baked for an hour I cut it into  2-3" chunks for serving size)

In large bowl combine:
2 cans tomato soup
2 cans pineapple tidbits (leave juice in)
6 tbsp. brown sugar
4 tbsp. vinegar
1 green pepper ( I use a red and a green)
1 onion chopped up in larger pieces

Mix well and pour over pre-baked sausage and bake covered with foil for another hour @ 350*.
Let stand for 10 minutes before serving over rice.
This recipe makes a lot of sauce so if you're using smaller farmer sausage you may want to cut the recipe in half.

6 comments:

  1. yum! going to have to try this.

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  2. Thanks Andrea! Looking forward to trying it!
    Carolyn

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  3. Mmmm... guess what we're having tonight?

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  4. This southern girl doesn't know what farmer sausage is. Explain? What could I substitute?

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  5. Mmm sounds so good! Where do you buys your sausage?

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  6. Hi Andrea, was searching for this recipe on-line (everytime I want to make it I call Ang and never write it down)...go figure whose site I found it on! Thanks for posting it :)

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