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Spice up the weekend with this delicious sausage and grapes combo

The Standard - By Wambui Kuria | August 12th 2016 at 03:29:13 GMT +0300
Sausages and grapes: Photo; Courtesy

Who would have thought one can combine sausage and grapes as a meal? I tried this out over the weekend and I was amazed by the taste...awesome

I live in an amazing neighborhood, where we have groceries delivered to your house. One of my dear friends delivered fruits. This time round, I had excess grapes so I fished around for a grape recipe. This recipe caught my eye. It’s simple, inexpensive, I used just a pan and it has just three ingredients.

I did not have Italian sausage, so I used spicy chicken sausages. My meal was ready in 30 mins and eaten with brown buttered baguette slices. Yummy.

Serves: 2-4

Prep Times: 5 mins

Cook Time: 25 mins

Ready In: 30 mins

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Ingredients:

500g (about 10/12 pieces) Italian sausages

4 cups (250g) seedless grapes, washed and dried

2 teaspoons balsamic vinegar or lemon juice (or to taste)

Directions:

Fry the sausages in a heavy pan until cooked through. Do not let them burn, once browned, prick with a fork – juices will seep out, then continue to cook until done.

When cooked, remove and set aside on a serving dish.

In the same pan, add the grapes, turn heat to medium high and cook. Stir occasionally until the grapes collapse. Add the vinegar or lemon juice, cook for a min.

Pour the grape mixture over the sausages and serve

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