UM UM GOOD....I made this as a main dish add onions and green peppers served over rice. DH wasn't hungry so he only ate 1 then 2, & then made himself a plate. I was out of cornstarch so I made rue with butter and flour which gave it a darker colored sauce. I love the flavor so I do not think it change it much. Will make as a pot luck dish as it will keep good in a crock pot. Thanks for the great recipe. Made for ZWT4 by a CHIC CHEFS.
Loved It! Love horseradish and of course sausage and of course, beer. Can't go wrong with this recipe. Enjoyed for Superbowl win, 2010. P
I made the sauce first and simmered it to reduce the amount. I then added the cut up kialbasa. Very tasty and everyone enjoyed it.
used coctktail smokies.. Think this could have used a little more spark..
I halved the recipe and we just snacked on them as we did other stuff. Great flavor! I am not a big fan of mustard so I cut that down a little, but the sauce ended up so tasty I think it was the right choice for me! Very easy to do. Used a pilsner for the beer but I think an ale or something darker would be awesome! Thanks! Made for the Babes of ZWT4.
ZWT4: Excellent! I love the tangy, spicy sauce!! Great combination!
This is something different for me but nonetheless delicious! Following the advice of Sue L, I did omit the cornstarch and let the ingredients naturally reduce. I think that worked out wonderfully! I also did double the vinegar for this as she suggested. Overall, this is a really wonderful and filling recipe. My family enjoyed it. Made for ZWT4 for the Tastebud Tickling Travellers.
Pretty good for something different. I served this over fried potatoes.
I love having easy appetizer recipes at the ready and this certainly fit the bill! I was excited by the use of vinegar, mustard and horseradish but was a bit disappointed that the zip I was expecting was just not there. What was there was a sweet sort of beer gravy with a hint of the zippy flavors I looked for. Now don't get me wrong- I do like this recipe, but would go about it differently myself. For one, I would ditch the cornstarch and let the ingredients naturally reduce on the sausages during cooking, and I would double the amount of vinegar, horseradish and mustard used to give these appies a bold intense flavor that can't be missed. Certainly I hope this is good constructive criticism and that you don't mind me stating my take on the dish without any offense (because none is intended). Made for Kumquat's Kookin; Kaboodles team ZWT4 for Eastern Europe. Thanks for sharing- ~Sue
Well, I like sweet & I like tangy, so this was just about my speed! I did use a Dijon honey mustard, & the resulting taste was WONDERFUL! Another time I'd be happy serving this over brown rice as a main dish! Thanks for sharing! [Made & reviewed while visiting Eastern Europe during Zaar's World Tour 4]