How Best to Cook Your Salume Beddu Salsiccia

(taken from their instruction sheet) 

  1. Thaw your sausage.
  2. Put it in a deep skillet. Fill it with water and bring the water to a gentle boil.
  3. Poach until internal temperature reaches 165 (about 6 minutes from the time the water starts boiling).
  4. Your sausage is now ready for searing or grilling (at this point, it is fully cooked so don't overcook it). We like to simply brown it in a skillet in some olive oil.

Tip: Dried Tomatoes

Pour a tablespoon of wine or balsamic vinegar over tomatoes, cover and let stand 30 minutes. Add herbs and bay leaf Cover tomatoes with oil; stir or tap jar to remove any trapped air. Store in fridge use within 6 weeks. Additions Add feta cheese, olives…serve with pasta, salads or serve as an appetizer with a...Read more

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