Choose any you'd like. Feel free to use the ones we give tips about below. Or any others we didn't mention.
Chop the vegetable into bite-sized pieces.
Add olive oil to a large skillet and heat it over medium high heat.
Add the veggies and cook until tender, stirring frequently. Use the following approximate timing:
Frozen peas: ~2 minutes
Greens (kale, spinach): ~3 minutes
Mushrooms: ~7 minutes
Broccoli, asparagus: ~8 minutes
Cauliflower, onions: ~10 minutes
Bell peppers: ~10 to 12 minutes
Carrots: ~12 minutes
You may use any types of sausages suggested or your own
First, place your sausages in a large pot or saucepan and fill it with enough cold water to cover the sausages. Place the pot on the range, turn the heat to medium and cook until the water boils slightly.
This should take about 6 to 8 minutes. Then turn off the range and remove the sausages from the pot. These little ones are now cooked, tender and absolutely ready for the second stage.
At this stage, the sausages are cooked and intact. But you will notice that they look quite grey. The next step is to give them some color and make them crispy and spicy.
You can cut the sausages in half lengthwise to get a crispy interior. This is ideal for sausage sandwiches. You must leave them intact and crisp the casings or cut them into pieces or chunks. The choice is yours.
When you cut the sausages, you should grease a pan with a little oil and then shimmer it at high heat. After that, you should carefully put your sausages in it. Since the sausages are already cooked, you don’t need to leave them on the griddle. After searing them, remove them before they dry out.