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Bourbon Sausage

"Serve these warm and have some slices of a thin French loaf on the side to sop the juices. Also, instead of toothpicks, set out an old fashioned glass filled with pretzel sticks. People get two treats in one, and they don't have to deal with used toothpicks."
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22 m servings 360 cals
Original recipe yields 6 servings

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Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 360 calories; 20.5 g fat; 22.7 g carbohydrates; 9.5 g protein; 47 mg cholesterol; 970 mg sodium. Full nutrition

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Ah, the primal satisfaction of Lil' Smokies combined with bourbon. Last night we were test-driving Super Bowl party recipes, and this one definitely made the cut. I sauteed the sausages until ...

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I tried to make these this weekend for our football playoff's party. Not having a lot of time to sit over the stove I used the crockpot to slow-cook the little sausages - DON'T DO THAT! The bo...

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I tried to make these this weekend for our football playoff's party. Not having a lot of time to sit over the stove I used the crockpot to slow-cook the little sausages - DON'T DO THAT! The bo...

Ah, the primal satisfaction of Lil' Smokies combined with bourbon. Last night we were test-driving Super Bowl party recipes, and this one definitely made the cut. I sauteed the sausages until ...

Don't change a single ingredient! These leave the pot faster than I can make them. One small change to the cooking - I drop them in a deep saucepan and bring the sauce to a boil, then turn it d...

Very quick and easy with a thick bourbon-tinged sauce that doesnt overwhelm the sausagey-goodness of the Lil Smokies. Serve with ice-cold beer, a good game on TV, and cushy recliner.

This is a good recipe! I am a fan of bourbon, so naturally I liked this sauce. My husband isn't as much of a fan of bourbon, but he really liked this recipe, too! If you are having trouble w...

My bff made these for New Year's Eve using ketchup instead of chili sauce and meatballs instead of the sausages. I couldn't stop eating them and asked for the recipe, but forgot to write it dow...

I hate to be the lone dissenter, but I didn't care for it. The sauce is extremely sweet and sticky, and I couldn't taste the bourbon. If you like a sticky sweet coating, you won't be disappointe...

This recipe is worth it for the aroma alone! Can you fall in love with a sausage?

I thought that these were the "Greatest things" since White Bread!!! The easiest things were to deny them to the KIDS!!!!