Monday, October 29, 2007

Fall Breakfast: sausage and apples


My husband is our breakfast cook on the weekends, and one of his specialties is sausages cooked with apples. Simply fry the sausage in a covered pan on low heat, covered with sliced apple rings and sprinkled with brown sugar, until the apples are soft and the sausage is cooked through. We indulged a few weeks ago: here is one small portion with a buttered scone and cup of tea.

6 comments:

Eileen said...

Outstanding! It sounds delicious Regina! A+ to your hubby:)

Eileen

Kristyn said...

Mmmmm...
I love apples and sausage... I make an old English recipe called "Flitch Pie" that has apples and potatoes and sausage (or ham, or bacon) all cooked in a pie crust with a little stock. I haven't made it in awhile... maybe this week. I have always concurred with Almanzo in _Farmer Boy_ whose favorite food was apples 'n onions. :o)

Julie said...

Sounds and looks delicious!

Minette & Virg said...

Hi Regina! I met you this summer in Wichita at the Catholic family conference & just re-listened to the CD of your talk today...it was so inspiring! Thank you!

This sausage & apple recipe sounds delicious...do you use pre-cooked store-bought sausage or could you use homemade "German" sausage? My husband's family still makes their own pork sausage.

regina doman said...

We have done both! I am envious: I wish we were friends with someone who made sausage!

If you look back over the blog, you will see that we are a family obsessively fond of sausage. :)

Thanks for posting!! And glad you enjoyed the talk!

Minette & Virg said...

We will have to have you come & speak in our area sometime & bring your whole family...we will treat you all to a homemade sausage dinner while you're here! :o) God bless!