Smoked Chicken Sausage With Apples & Cabbage

Smoked Chicken Sausage With Apples & Cabbage created by PaulaG

Wanted to try this chicken sausage, Was a little worried as hubby doesn't care for a lot of suprises. He actually liked this one.

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  • In large saute pan with a lid,saute cabbage, onion& apple in margerine& oil until cabbage is tender about 15 minutes.
  • Add sausage.
  • Saute another 10-15 minutes.
  • Add apple cider simmer covered 10 minutes.
  • 5 servings.
  • Serve with mashed potatoes& Dijon mustard if desired.
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"Wanted to try this chicken sausage, Was a little worried as hubby doesn't care for a lot of suprises. He actually liked this one."

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  1. hmews23
    This was a huge hit in my household. Even my Hubby who doesn't like onions liked it. I did everything the same, but did not add the juice. It still had a very rich flavor. I will be making this often. Thank you.
  2. Francine88
    Pretty good but no way this could have made 5 helpings. I doubled everything but the meat (cabbage, apples, and onions WILL shrink down so I used a whole head of cabbage) and about 5 is all I got. Also, I didn't want the dish to be sweet so I used Fuji apples and instead of apple cider, I used 2 cups of chicken broth and 1/3 cup on apple cider vinegar (remember I doubled the recipe).
  3. Francine88
    Pretty good but no way this could have made 5 helpings. I doubled everything but the meat (cabbage, apples, and onions WILL shrink down so I used a whole head of cabbage) and about 5 is all I got. Also, I didn't want the dish to be sweet so I used Fuji apples and instead of apple cider, I used 2 cups of chicken broth and 1/3 cup on apple cider vinegar (remember I doubled the recipe).
  4. Chef Mel in OKC are
    Made this a while ago, but forgot to post a review. Made it with Turkey Kielbasa sausage, used applesauce and cider vinegar instead of apple cider. Added in a tsp or more of dijon mustard, all which added a nice bite! I'd suggest cutting apples and onions into wedges, as they do cook down a lot. We were very surprised at how much we did like this recipe! Will be making it again!!!
  5. Chef Mel in OKC are
    Made this a while ago, but forgot to post a review. Made it with Turkey Kielbasa sausage, used applesauce and cider vinegar instead of apple cider. Added in a tsp or more of dijon mustard, all which added a nice bite! I'd suggest cutting apples and onions into wedges, as they do cook down a lot. We were very surprised at how much we did like this recipe! Will be making it again!!!
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