Stir Fry Stars
Sliced game sausages add panache to stir-fry. Try Rabbit and Ginger Sausage with delicately flavored, tender-crisp vegetables like baby bok choy, snow peas, young carrots, water chestnuts and bean sprouts. Dress with fresh grated ginger, soy sauce and a little toasted sesame oil.
Top crostini with a spoon of potato or white bean puree, then a thin slice of grilled game sausage for simple hors d’oeuvre.
You favorite game sausage can be crumbled and sautéed, then mixed with seasoned breadcrumbs and stuffed into mushrooms, small peppers, cherry tomatoes or onions and broiled until crusty, as in our recipe seen below.
Game sausages make robust, satisfying breakfast links when served alongside your favorite eggs and toast. Wild Boar Sausage works well at breakfast, but choose your favorite and add to potato hash, frittatas or scrambled eggs.
Game sausage adds depth and flavor to hearty casseroles. Duck and Armagnac Sausage is a prime component in our cassoulet. Bean, meat and potato casseroles all benefit from a little game.
Pasta with a Twist
All of our game sausages go well in tossed pasta dishes. Try Wild Boar Sausage with red sauce and aged parmesan over spaghetti, Duck and Armagnac with penne pasta and Black Truffle Butter, or Lamb Merguez with sautéed peppers and couscous.
Dressing for Success
Dressings, stuffings, and farcis deserve to get in the game too! Add diced game sausage for texture and flavor.
Of course all of our game sausages are delicious when grilled or pan-fried and served with your favorite condiments on soft buns. Our Game Sausage Sampler makes easy work of feeding a crowd. Just be sure to have plenty of complementary sauces on hand, like chutney, relish, mustard, and aioli. We like Lamb Merguez sausage on the grill, then dressed with a harissa sauce.