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Excellent! The onion sauce was delicious. I added a little pepper to the sauce. I used 3 onions and that was enough for my 4 sausages. I used mild Italian pork sausages. Next time I will make more-- Our little family of 3 ate almost all of it.
My husband really liked this and I will try it again. I did add some pepper and used a spicy sausage. If I had not it would have been Very bland. Next time I will do the same thing with the pepper and spicy sausage but use less oil. I found it very oily.
Simple that's what I like. I added a small chopped apple with the onions. Seems like there is just a touch of some kind of spice missing. (Reason for 4 stars instead of 5) Can't figure out what to add for a little more flavor. My husband is an excellent cook & he even liked this. Next time I will put it over rice. Mmmm.
This recipe was pretty good. Way too many onions for our family of six. I added pepper to the onions and once the sausages were browned I added them and the pan drippings to the onions and let them simmer together awhile. Served with mashed potatoes.
Good. Very good. The pork sausages came from a Mom-n-Pop Mexican butcher shop dive. That's how I'll use this recipe. Whenever I see a greasy little butcher shop I'll stop in to see what they have.;-) On the down side that's a LOT of onion. And 1 hour is a LONG time to cook them.
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