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What a wonderful appetizer this made! Searching the grocery stores, we could not find chipolte sausage so I made my own mango chutney using some chipoltes in adobe sauce. I used hot italian sausage and it tasted great. I think this recipe would work with any type sausage, even the mini links from Hillshire Farms. I baked the sausages at 350F. for 40 minutes, turning once. I then sliced them up into bite sized pieces and tossed in chutney. Put back in the oven for 40 minutes and "wha-la!" sweet-n-spicy sausages! Thanks for sharing the recipe. :)
I have no idea where my unusual-ingredient-finding friend was able to locate chipolata sausages, but she did, & I was able to make a double batch of this recipe & share with her! We so completely satisfied with these delicious little tasties, which I actually made as appetizers but then served over a bed of brown rice for 4 of us! Couldn't have been happier with the results! Thanks for sharing the recipe! [Tagged & made in Please Review My Recipe]
This was so easy to prepare and throw in the oven, I used half beef and half pork chipolatas, both were tasty, but I liked the beef best. I had none left over after my family halloween lunch, everyone said they were delicious!
Delicious! I couldn't find chipolata sausages here therefore substituted barese sausages. They were cooked in a pan on the bbq so that the house wouldn't get heated up. Made for 1,2,3 Hits Tag.
These were excellent- I can totally understand the lack of leftovers! So easy to prepare and totally delicious, I'll definitely be making these again. Thanks Noo for a keeper!