I honestly feel at times sausages and mushrooms are a match made in heaven. They compliment each so well and go in so many dishes. I have my own personal recipe for this combo which I often love to use it in salads, sandwiches or even instant noodles. Sometimes, I have it just like that to be honest. It is delicious and you can make a batch and refrigerate to build more flavor.
So lets get right to it.
Sausage Mushroom Marinade
- Sausages [4 pieces]
- Chestnut or Button Mushrooms [6 pieces]
- Onion [1 Piece]
- Garlic [2 cloves]
- Salt [to taste]
- Olive Oil [1 tbsp]
- Sugar [1 tspn]
- Dark Soya Sauce [1 tspn]
- Vinegar [1 tspn]
Step 1: Roughly chop the ingredients
Start off by roughly chopping you onions, garlic, mushrooms and sausages. This is a very quick recipe and make sure you are ready with all the chopped ingredients.
Step 2: Stir fry the vegetables
Heat your pan to high and add olive oil and garlic to it. As soon as the garlic has colour add the onions and fry them on a medium high heat. Season it with salt and wait for onions to caramelize to release the extra sweetness. If you want you can add a pinch of sugar at this stage for extra sweetness. Add your mushrooms and increase the heat. There should be sizzling as water comes out of the mushrooms. Stir for about a couple of minutes until they are reduced to a moderate size.
Step 3: Add Sausages and finish
Once the water is almost dried up, add the sausages. sprinkle some salt and pepper and start to toss. After a minute add dark soya sauce and vinegar from the side of the pan. Keep tossing for about a minute and then your dish is ready.
This dish is super delicious and if can be had while its hot but it tastes amazing when its cold. Its something like an anti-paste that you can have or add it to a salad or sandwich. Do give it a try and I am sure you will love this.
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