They were elevated above their grease puddle, the foil survived unscathed, and they didn’t dry out.
Some say chorizo is supposed to be greasy. I don’t know if these Johnsonville ones are typical, but the grease seems incredibly excessive. Over a quarter of the weight and 73% of the calories are fat. So no matter what I do they’d never be dry.
I sliced one of them up and scrambled some backyard eggs with it.
This should eliminate the grease, but it you might end up with a dry, wrinkly sausage.
There’s no way these sausages will be dry. Cooking them in a frying pan last night left a giant lake of grease. But your concern gives me hope that this might work to knock them down to a normal level of fat.
You don’t have a rack?
I could use a rack, but it would be a bitch to wash. As long as the toothpicks don’t poke holes in the foil, there’s nothing to wash. Plus, this way just looks funny.
A small wire rack would work too. :)
Brilliant. Awaiting results.
Thanks! So far, so good, In so, Out so.
I’m cooking them for an hour at 300°F (so the grease doesn’t splatter everywhere) in a convection oven. That should cook them thoroughly.
After the success of the Star Trek waffles, Eggo introduced the Battlestar Galactica themed waffles.
Saddest story ever told.
Toast Bacon double cheeseburger Crackers
Nachos Potato chips
- Spaghetti and meatballs
Five dollar footlong
- String cheese
- Cornish game hen
Ice cream cone
- Girl Scout Thin Mint cookies (whole)
- Turkey leg
Fish sticks Cotton candy Tater tots Pop Tarts
Grilled cheese sandwich
German chocolate cake
Pork fried rice
Popcorn Chicken Kiev
- Cherry cordials
Brisket Falafel Baked Alaska
- Steak tartare
Baloney & Kraft cheese sandwich on Wonder bread
- Hard-boiled egg
Don’t mind me. Just working on a Wikipedia article.
It’s bean time!
- 9.8 pounds
- 4.5 quarts
- 34 servings
- 5,075 calories (149/serving)
- 395 fat calories (12/serving)
- 990 g total carbs (29 g/serving)
- 377 g sugar (11 g/serving)
- 163 g fiber (5 g/serving)
- 208 g protein (6 g/serving)
- 15,810 mg sodium (465 mg/serving)
- 100% yummy