What spices are in italian sausage?
thyme, fennel, rosemary
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Answer to Italian sausages origin . \nIt was one way to preserve primarily pork meat for about a year without the modern convenience of refridgeration.The cured meat and sa…usages were hung up high in the rafters to dry be safe from rats etc. Answer to Italian sausages origin . \nIt was one way to preserve primarily pork meat for about a year without the modern convenience of refridgeration.The cured meat and sausages were hung up high in the rafters to dry be safe from rats etc
In Italian a translation is salame . Always remember that depending on the context of your sentences, the translation can vary. There may also be slang terminology if you wer…e to travel to Italy. Keep in mind that online translators may not always be correct, they are a reflection of the exact words you have typed in.. Salsiccia
20 to 25 minutes
it came from spain!
The skin of a sausage is made from the intestines or colon of a pig. more natural than that!
Italian Spice is really a mixture of herbs including parsley, oregano, thyme, sage, rosemary, sweet basil & marjoram.
Depends entirely upon the meat and what part of the world you are talking about, although there are probably no spices that aren't used somewhere, for some type of sausage.. …For instance - sage is common in pork in the UK, but rare in European pork sausages. Southern European pork sausages commonly use paprika, but it is very seldom used in the UK.
Yes! Here's how: . Preheat the oven to 400Â°. . Place sausages on a baking sheet. Bake for 20 - 25 minutes turning once, or just until a faint pinkness remains at the cen…ter.
Italian sausages are a style of pork or turkeysausage famous for being seasoned with anise or fennel. One link ofItalian sausage, which equivalents to 113g contains on average…826mg. of sodium, which stands for 34% of the daily recommendedvalue based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
yes as long as you say its medicinal......;)
It is called a spiced sausage or a "spiced sausage' here.
Yes. They have slightly different flavors, but are similar. Be sure that the bratwurst is cooked, though, as sometimes it comes raw. Check the packaging.
It is made out of meat and will therefore have some cholesterol. However you should know/note that if you eat a diet which asabsolutely NO cholesterol in it, your body will MA…KE cholesterol.People with a cholesterol problem have this problem, not becausethey may EAT a bit of cholesterol but because their body MAKES toomuch cholesterol.