Beer Sausages in Beer Sauce

"This is a good and quick appetizer. We use all different types of sausage and sometimes even add pineapple."
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  • Cut cooked sausages into 1/2 inch slices.
  • In skillet combine sausage and beer. Cover and simmer for 10 minutes. Combine brown sugar and cornstarch.
  • Stir in vinegar, horseradish and mustard. Add to sausages. Cook and stir until bubbly.
  • Keep warm and serve warm using toothpicks.

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  1. Huskergirl
    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.
  2. pamela t.
    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
  3. Andrea in NH
    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.
  4. nora3972
    used coctktail smokies.. Think this could have used a little more spark..
  5. Kim127
    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.


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