Spicing up discount sausages



I’m going to start this out with a fairly recent recipe that I’ve already put on Facebook. The main goal was to keep costs down while making the bland discount sausages as interesting as possible. Let us begin.

Ingredients: Romanesco broccoli, boring but cheap sausages, jasmine rice, Red chili, brown button mushrooms, onion, carrots. I forgot to put garlic and seasonings in the picture…

Basically grab whatever is in the fridge. I bought the romanesco together with the sausages, mainly for looks. Cauliflower and/or broccoli are good substitutes.

I clearly had too much time on my hands and cut the carrots into fancy shapes, otherwise it’s just slice, chop and fry. If you want to add spices, better do it now as they get better with fat and heat.

More slice and fry!

Sausage and chili enter the fray

Add the rice that forces unknown have prepared and stir thoroughly. Rice is notorious for sticking even to a non-stick pan, so it’s best to keep things moving.

We’re done! See you next time.



2 Responses to “Spicing up discount sausages”

  1. Nice fry-up! Looks really tasty. My Lithuanian friend who will be staying with me for a few months was utterly exited about the cheapness :)

  2. Glad to hear it! There will be more recipes that focus on cheapness later.

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