Mystery Science Kitchen 3000

The Rebel Hot Sausage Sandwich

Prep Time: 2 Minutes
Cook Time: 10-15 Minutes
Serves: Two and a half
Difficulty: So easy a caveman could do it… errr… Josef
Recommended Sides: Cojones and an extra plate for left-overs, maybe a salad if you’re the healthy type.

4 Hot Italian Sausage Links
4-5 Cups Pasta Sauce
1/2 White Onion
A Wee Bit of Olive Oil
1 Baguette (or your bread of choice)
A smathering of butter
Garlic Salt

Step 1: Multi-task
There’s a lot to do for this first step, BUT if you’re capable of browsing Reddit on one tab while reading this recipe on another… you should be able to pull off Step 1.
Put your pasta sauce in a sauce pan on the stove on medium/low heat. Add spices as necessary (cayenne pepper, salt, pepper, etc.)

Step 2: Slice’n’Dice Yer Onion
Chop up half of your white onion (I like ours done in long, thin strips). Put on the stove with a wee bit of olive oil and maybe a small amount of butter. Season with Steak’n’chop or your poison of choice and put on medium/high heat until soft and carmelized.

Step 3: Prepare the Snausages
Put your snausages under the broiler for about 10-12 minutes, turning occasionally to cook all sides. Broil these babies until the skin is crispy and brown, and the juices are just about bursting out of your bratwursts. Once cooked, cut the sausages in half, then slice halves in half.

Step 4: Fire Up YouNight of the Garlic Bread
Cut baguette (or your choice of bread) in half, smather with butter, spice to your liking. Put under broiler for about 4 minutes. Any longer and you might get yourself a kitchen fire and awesomely charred remains.

Step 5: Assemblage. Slopped up Snausages
Combine all ingredients. Not like kitchen-sink, mixed griddle style… Put as many sausages on your baguette as you can handle (remember those cajones??? you’ll need them here so keep that in mind when choosing your meat amounts). Drizzle a ladle-full of pasta sauce over your meats. Top with cooked onion.

Step 6: Nut Up or Shut Up. Time to Eat.
If you’ve got the real cajones required to finish this monstrosity, let’s see ’em.

Disclaimer: I don’t really want to see them, just you’re ability to finish you’re sandwich. Come on…

**Note: we did not have the cajones….

This entry was written by rhetorock and published on February 20, 2012 at 12:00 pm. It’s filed under Recipes and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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