Bring 2/3 cup of water to a boil in a large skillet. Add sausage; cover and reduce heat. Simmer for 10-12 minutes or until heated thoroughly, turning once. If browning is desired, drain water and heat for 3-4 minutes or until browned, turning frequently.
Brown the hot links.
If you’d like slightly crispy and browned hot links, pour the hot water out of the skillet. Let the hot links continue to cook in the skillet over medium heat for 3 to 4 minutes. Turn the hot links occasionally so they brown evenly.
Sizzling in flavor, beef hot links are a tasty dish for people who like spicy sausage. While the precooked links are ideal for grilling, they can also be cooked on the stove. The key to cooking links on the stovetop is to use water instead of direct heat. … It’s also a fat-free way to cook the sausages to perfection.
Preheat the oven to 300°F, place the sausages in a saucepan and cook for 15 to 20 minutes. Remove the hot seals, drain the pan and pierce with a fork. Return to the oven and bake for another 10 to 15 minutes. Hotlinks should darken, but not crack.
Boil: Bring 1½ quarts of water to a boil in a pot. Remove desired number of Polish sausages from packaging and add to boiling water. Boil for 8-10 minutes if sausages are thawed or 10-12 minutes if sausages are frozen.
As our number one seller and best known item, the Schwab Hot Link is known by many as ‘the best hotlink they’ve ever had…’ During the 1950s, we started making our hot links with only the highest quality lean beef and pork and have been refining and perfecting our recipe ever since.
Helps keep your blood healthy
Sausages provide high levels of Vitamin B-12 and Iron, both of which are essential for healthy red blood cells and haemoglobin production. On top of this, B-12 helps you metabolise both fats and protein!
- Preheat the grill to medium heat, about 400-425F.
- Place the sausages on the grill, making sure there is space between them. Close the lid and cook for 4-6 minutes.
- Turn the sausages over, close the lid, and cook for another 4-6 minutes. …
- Serve the sausages on their own, or on a bun, with toppings of choice.
One of the easiest ways to cook cylindrical sausage a is to use steam. Steaming a sausage ensures that it gets thoroughly cooked, because the steam provides heat around all sides of the link.
You can determine when the sausage is done either with a thermometer, or by doing a pressure test. It should be firm to the touch, but not shriveled. Don’t cut into the sausage to determine if it’s done, if it isn’t you’ll lose all the juices inside that keep it moist.
To determine whether it’s done, you can measure the internal temperature with a meat thermometer. Sausages should reach 155–165°F (68–74°C). Alternatively, boiling them before cooking in a pan or on a grill can ensure that they’re thoroughly cooked and remain moist.