Original recipe yields 2 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie dietSee full nutrition
Like Deb C, I didn't cut the spirals close enough. However, that did not matter! These were amazing. I fixed 10 using Mild & 4 Cheese Johnsonville Italian Sausage. Between 3 adults and 2 kids, t...
Chef John, I am going to eat my words. This technique is awesome but when I saw bbq sauce and italian sausage, I cringed. (I am not a fan of BBQ sauce) Never the less I pressed on and did a pa...
Unfortunately, I didn’t cut the spirals close enough, however I still got the delicious smoky, caramelized flavors from the grill so aptly described by Chef John. I never cared for sausage unt...
Very good. Only thing we changed was that we cooked the sausages in beer. Thought the prep was a lot of work for little additional flavor.
Wanting to use up a package of Italian sausages, I came across this recipe. I too, didn't get my cuts close enough to get the true spiral appearance. But, that didn't change the taste of the s...
Excellent! Cooked on our indoor grill because it's still winter here despite the fact that it's officially spring. Can't wait to try it on the outdoor bbq. I used Bulls-Eye Grilled Onion & Garli...
Takes some practice cutting, but it is worth it. Don't let BBQ sauce fool you; it works well. You'll put it on ribs right? Going to make it a part of all cookouts.
Just made this for father's day dinner. We used Bratwurst. AWESOME! But curious as to why you have to put it in the fridge and cool the sausage?