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What else can I do with andouille sausage?

Asked by marinelife (62455points) November 6th, 2011

I made shrimp gumbo last night and put in some andouille sausage. I have quite a bit left and was wondering what else would be good to make with it?

So, fellow jellies, put on your cooking thinking caps and help me out, please!

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janbb's avatar

Jambalaya – with some chicken, spices and rice.

JilltheTooth's avatar

Sliced and sauteed with fresh scallions, snow peas, haricots verts, red bell pepper slices and mushrooms, served with tortellini. If I leave right now can I make it to your house in time????

Adirondackwannabe's avatar

I bet that would make a kick ass sausage and pepper sub. Maybe some onions and mozz cheese to mellow it a bit.

marinelife's avatar

Yum, @JilltheTooth and @Adirondackwannabe!

@janbb I am off Cajun for the moment (but normally I love jambalaya).

Adirondackwannabe's avatar

@marinelife I liked Jill’s idea too. I think I might use penne pasta though.

JilltheTooth's avatar

Saliva is squiting into my mouth as we speak!

WestRiverrat's avatar

It is great added to some mac and cheese, a pizza or spagetti sauce too.

laureth's avatar

Slice it up and stuff it in lasagna. Mmm, yum!

janbb's avatar

Really hungry now!

WestRiverrat's avatar

@janbb I just made some leftovers soup and cornbread, help yourself.

marinelife's avatar

@Adirondackwannabe Just made an andouille sausage, onion and pepper sub. (I forgot the mozzarella). It was absolutely delicious!

Kardamom's avatar

I bet you could make some killer breakfast hash, with some potatoes and onions and maybe some tomatoes.

Or maybe you could put some into wonton wrappers to make kind of a ravioli type of thing.

And maybe some type of Albondigas type of soup (which is a traditional Mexican meatball soup) but you could improvise with the sausage.

Or maybe you could make up some sausage gravy to pour over biscuits.

And I’m thinking of something kind of like Stroganoff only with sausage. It would be a lot more spicy and fantastic, though.

Or make some sausage and potato quiche.

It would probably be pretty good in a white bean soup too (instead of bacon).

Or you could roll out some of that refrigerated biscuit dough, like Pop N Fresh and make some roll ups with tomato sauce and mozzarella cheese.

And last, but not least, you could stuff Empanadas with the sausage.

Adirondackwannabe's avatar

@marinelife Ok, now I’m drooling. YUM

fizzbanger's avatar

Cut it up and mix it with beans and rice… mmm.

Blondesjon's avatar

I refuse to answer this question in the way it is trying it’s damnedest to make me answer it.

you’re welcome

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