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I just finish this recipe it tastes and looks great. I used smoke saugsages and used franks hot sauce in place of the tabasco sauce. I covered some home made mash potatoes with the recipe. I'll be making this again

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Ms. Reeses April 09, 2009

In negative degree weather I was craving something to warm me up and this meal was perfect. Both my boyfriend and I loved this recipe. I used polish sausage and served over rice. Next time I make this I think I'll add green peppers and a little more tabasco sauce.

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CarrieQuiteContrary January 30, 2008

This was really yummy & so easy I cut up a few fresh tomatoes & added them in the last 15 minutes of cooking. I done mashed potato to soak up the sauce. Will be doing this again for sure!!

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Rain Dancer November 27, 2007

This has a wonderful flavor, a little spicy, but not too spicy, just the right combination of barbeque spicy flavor. I doubled and served over rice, so we would have plenty for leftovers for the week.

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True Texas November 26, 2007

A very quick and easy recipe. I also used breakfast sausage (links). I was out of Tabasco sauce, so I used some crushed red pepper flakes and also a little bit of Mrs. Dash Hot and Spicy. The sauce reminded me of a dish that was on the menu of a Chinese restaurant that I waitressed at when I was in college. This tastes very similar to Sweet and Sour Pork with Pineapple (not to be confused with Sweet and Sour Pork). Sweet and Sour Pork with Pineapple has the same battered pork as Sweet and Sour Pork, but the sauce is tomatoey and spicy (not the sweet glazed sauce used in Sweet and Sour Pork). The next time I make this I may try it with some pineapple. I'm also interested in seeing how smoked sausage would work with this recipe. Thanks for a great recipe that brought back good memories of my waitressing days.

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Crafty Lady 13 October 14, 2007

I don't work on Fridays so I prepared this dish for my husband and I to have for lunch when he gets home and what a happy man he was!!! We really loved this dish, I was a little skeptical about the sugar but all the flavors really worked. My husband said and I quote "this is great, I'll want this often" I used fresh pork sausage with green onions. Thanks for this wonderful recipe!!!!

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cajun chef in Louisiana May 18, 2007
Sausages in Sauce