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We loved this! Instead of the stovetop method -I first boiled the sausage for about 10 minutes and then I through all of the ingredients together in my slow cooker and let the flavors meld together on low for 8 hours...YUMMY! Served it over rice with veggies on the side. So good we wish we had more sausage in the house to make it again tomorrow! Will do again and again...
This was delicious! Thanks to comments by others: I cooked the sausage for 20 minutes, In the sauce: I cut the brown sugar to 1/4 cup and added 1 garlic clove to the sauce. Added sauteed cabbage to the sausage and then covered with sauce, and baked. I served it over mashed potatoes. YUM!
Wow! Definately a winner in my book. I soaked it for only 20 minutes and cooked it at 350 for 45 and it came out great! Served over rice is nice. Might try a little corn starch next time to thicken it up so it will stick to rice and not fall to bottom of bowl.
This was pretty yummy. We used a pre-cooked polish sausage so we only needed to boil it for about 10 minutes. The sausage came out super tender and juicy. We served it over rice. My fiancee thought it was a tad bit too sweet for polish sausage but I thought the sweetness was nice and subtle when paired with the flavor of the Worcestershire sauce.