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This is a family favorite at my house. I have three or four recipes that my guys love and I’ll switch them up based on my mood. All are quick, easy and absolutely delicious. I try to keep a couple of packs of the sausage in my fridge so that I can whip up a meal whenever needed. The sausage has a long expiration date so I can keep it handy in the fridge for nights when I need a quick and easy meal in a flash.
It’s so versatile and will help you prepare a wide variety of delicious and satisfying meals in no time. Pair it with your favorite rice mix, Fry it with a mix of potatoes and peppers. Bake it in a casserole with your favorite pasta for a dinner that’s sure to be a hit.
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I use Eckrich Smoked Sausage to create a “Better. Faster. Dinner.” First, cut up sausage, potatoes, and onion. Fry it all in a pan add some brown sugar and mustard, and you are all set to eat!
Slice it & Fry it up with some kraut…
On the grill with onions, peppers and beef
I slice up some smoked kielbasa, cook in a pan with onions and peppers and serve over yellow rice. Quick and easy.
This is one of my quick favorites; I combine Eckrich smoked turkey sausage slices, sweet potatoes cubes, onion, coleslaw mix and sliced apples and cook in chicken broth until tender. Top it with a little spicy mustard and Wa-lah. The combination of all the flavors is so good!
We have these sausages for dinner quite frequently! Slice the sausage into thick chunks and fry in a pan with onions. Add a side of pierogies and you have a quick, easy dinner!
Easiest week night meal ever…Smoked sausages and yellow rice with peppers/onions. We have this at least twice a month!
I love my Eckrich Smoked Sausage cut up and added to some cabbage that’s been cooked down. It’s such and easy and quick meal!
Slice and use in red beans and rice packaged mix. Serve with cornbread and hot sauce!
Stock up time great for grilling red beans and rice could keep going on of ideas we could use Eckrich Smoked Sausage. Make ahead freezer meals .
For a better ,faster dinner I use Eckrich Smoked Sausage and dinner rolls…I slice up the sausage and add a half a slice of cheese and roll it in a biscuit (fully covered) Bake @350 for 12-17 minutes (until biscuit is done)My family loves it….Served with baked beans ….Enjoy
For a better ,faster dinner I use Eckrich Smoked Sausage with rice.
I sauté onions and peppers in olive oil, then add sausage to pan. Cut lengthwise.
Finish with white wine. And put on crispy Italian rolls. Serve with tossed salad and fries.
Making tonight my Florida coastal boil. Similar to a new England boil and so so so so good!
Easy in about an hour.
Shrimp, kielbasa, potatoes corn etc…rich broth and crusty bread.
Spread out on news papers.
Also, my famous subs with kielbasa, kraut, onion mustard.
And, my southern baked bean bake.
For a better, faster dinner we like our
Eckrich sausage with shredded hash browns !
My family loves it sliced up with pasta, green peas, and alfredo sauce. Delicious!
Love smoked sausage with kraut
I slice it up in chunks, broil it, and add it to my homemade pasta sauce.
For a better, faster dinner I make our favorite soup with keibasa, potatoes and kale in a chicken stock base. A few hot pepper flakes give it a little kick!
For a really quick meal I like pairing the Eckrich Smoked Sausage with a bag of Green Giant or Bird’s Eye seasoned vegetables.
I use them for breakfast sausage, cook well with onions, peppers and tomatoes.
cut bell peppers into strips and stir fry until soft, same with onions if you eat them (we don’t!), add the to heated sausage in a hoagie bun for a quick sausage and peppers sammie!
I cook it with sauerkraut or baked beans for a quick and easy meal.
wow what a great giveaway!
Sausage and syrup on a fresh biscuit! It doesn’t get better than that.
I add sliced Eckrich Smoked Sausage to packaged mac and cheese or stir fry it with vegs to serve over rice.
I use Eckrich Smoked Sausage to create a “Better. Faster. Dinner.” First, cut the sausage into 1/4 inch disks and then add them to Macaroni and Cheese! Sometimes we also add PICKLED jalapeno peppers! Yum!
I live on the southeast coast! This is a staple during the summer in our “Frogmore Stew”—boilded red potatoes, corn, shrimp, and some Old Bay Seasoning along with some sliced Eckrich sausage and you have the makings for a fun and delicious dinner!
We love an Eckrich foil packet. Lay out a very large sheet of heavy duty aluminum foil. Slice up one package of Eckrich sausage, 1/2 pound of quartered red potatoes, 3/4 pound of cleaned string beans, one onion sliced. Season with one teaspoon salt, and 1/2 teaspoon black pepper. Sprinkle with one teaspoon vegetable oil and top with one teaspoon butter. Tightly seal foil, leaving a small opening and add 1/3 cup water through the opening, then seal that. Grill for about 30-40 minutes. Try it – it is so easy and will become a favorite!
Fried with peppers and onions.
Sausage and potatoes!
My family loves Eckrich Polish sausage with sauerkraut and pierogis. A delicious meal everyone enjoys and we have at least once a week! Yum!.
I have never tried Eckrich sausage-but some of these recipes sound awesome and I am going to try it! Thanks to all for some great, quick recipes!
I like to chop them up and mix with scrambled eggs.
I place Eckrich Smoked Sausage in a slow cooker with sauerkraut and add some water. Cook low ~ 6 hours. About an hour before serving I add egg noodles to the crock pot and more water if needed. Delicious!
Simply using Eckrich Smoked Sausage to strie fry with onion and green pepper to make “Better. Faster. Dinner.”
I stir fry sliced Eckrich smoked sausage with onion and leftover rice – fried rice
We like to add Eckrich Sausage to our Homemade Creamy & Cheesy Macaroni and Cheese. Just cut up in bite size pieces, add to the Mac and Cheese, and you’ll hardly have any leftovers. It’s that good.
Gotta have the right cheese, smoky and sharp, and some mild cheese for balance.
We like to make a Hobo soup, throw all kinds of canned veggies , sausage, broth and make a good hardy soup for camping days…
Cook with green onion, red pepper, and some yellow pepper to make a easy , delicious, and colorful dinnner
I use Eckrich Sausage in the morning with scrambled eggs. My family loves it.
I cook it with green peppers, sweet onions. I slice it to fit hoagies rolls. I serve it on rolls with pasta sauce. Yummy!
I cook the sausage in the oven at 350 degrees for about 20 minutes. I cut it down the middle and about 4 inches and cover it with American cheese. I serve it with macaroni and cheese.
I have never cooked this sausage but would love to try it with cabbage or beans and rice.
These are great on the grill! I just wish my Publix carried the turkey variety
I slice Eckrich Smoked Sausage and add it to my casserole of Mac and cheese.
Our family favorite is Eckrich smoked sausage with peppers and onions served with crusty oven fresh bread. A quick healthy tasty meal the whole family likes is always a winner!
I like to slice it brown it in pan w broccoli garlic and onions serve it w alfredo sauce on top of pasta–yum.
One easy and delicious dinner coming right up! Slice Eckrich Smoked Sausage into rounds and cook with chopped onion. Add a large can of baked beans to the skillet and heat the beans well. Add a green salad and dinner is done.
I use Eckrich Smoked Sausage to create a “Better. Faster. Dinner.” by slicing it into rounds, browning it and throw it into prepared macaroni and cheese with steamed broccoli.
I slice the sausage into rounds and fry it in a skillet. Then I add the cooked sausage to a cooked package of red beans and rice.
Quick and easy.
Better- Faster- Dinner! Simply pan fry with onions and potatoes, serve it up with mustard. It doesn’t get and easier and faster. I want some right now!
We love it grilled until a bit charred and the skin is split in a bun with peppers and onions.
I’d use Eckrich Smoked Sausage to make kabobs with peppers, and onions and serve with rice.
Ekrich Sausage is our favorite because of the good flavor and it’s skinless. I do simple skillet meals with one of the variaties sliced up, and frozen veggies, (or fresh if I have them) browned or cooked in the same skillet. So easy and so good!
I use this with gumbo mix for a deliciously spicy gumbo
Sausage, kidney beans, and yellow rice.
I fry up Eckrich Smoked Sausage and then slice it. I put it on homemade yeast rolls with rice, potatoes or salad. It’s an easy dinner that everyone enjoys.
For quick meal, I cut up Eckrich Smoked Sausage in small pieces and add to couple cans of black beans. Add some onion, jalepeno pepper also. Simmer about 20 min for flavors to blend. Serve alone with a salad or if have left over rice serve over rice.
sliced up and served over rice with mushrooms and onions
Slice it, pan fried it, some tomatoes and put on pasta!
So many good things to make with the Eckrich Smoked Sausage! Our favorite as of lately is super, super quick which is just cubing some potatoes and pan tossing them with the cooked sausage is so good! Also we love to add this to our jambalaya pasta!
Fry it in a pan, then serve with baked beans and potato salad. Yummy !
Grill it and serve it with roasted potatoes and corn on the cob.
I slice the sausage up, pan fry it for a minute, and add it to canned soups. Delicious.
We do sheet pan sausage at least once a week in the summer. Slice up some Eckrich sausage, potato, and zucchini, then add some baby carrots. Douse them all in a little EVOO, top with garlic and salt, then bake in the oven. The whole family loves it!
Use it in my cassoulet recipe.
We just cook it, slice it up, and add to spicy rice with peppers and onions.
I like to use it in place of ground beef when I make spaghetti.
I cut and saute and add to red beans and rice or jambalaya rice mix…. quick and easy dinner for busy families!
slice it and add it to rice
I slice or dice the sausage and saute it with some cabbage.
We like them grilled on a bun with some sautéed onions or cut up in a packaged beans & rice mix. I have been known to just grill them & eat them with some spicy brown mustard.
Eckrich sausage and sauerkraut sauteed! Yum!
I use Eckrich Smoked Sausage in many ways!! My Favorites are 1) Baked Scalloped Potatoes 2) Crock Pot, Crock Pot Sausage and Sauerkraut Dinner 3) Marinate in Beer, Grill Em & slap them in a bun 4) Pot Luck Pasta Salad with Veggies, Cheese Ham, Smoked Sausage
I use Eckrich Smoked Sausage in many ways!! My Favorites are 1) Baked Scalloped Potatoes & Smoked Sausage 2) Crockpot Sausage and Sauerkraut Dinner 3) Marinate in Beer, Grill Em & slap them in a bun 4) Pot Luck Pasta Salad with Veggies, Cheese Ham, Smoked Sausage Edited
A quick dinner for us…Warm up sausage in water with 1/4 cup vinegar and 2 tablespoon sugar. Add a couple more tablespoons of sugar then reduce liquid down until it forms a sticky sweet glaze. Slice into coins and serve with salad. Yum!
Just did yesterday, smoked Eckrich sausage with chopped up onion & peppers browned, add can of black beans then add a package of bean beans & rice. Yum
I make mealtime great with Eckrich sausage in my paella – it tastes amazing!
I just used Eckrich sausage yesterday and made shrimp gumbo. Absolutely delicious.
It is great with Red Beans & Rice.
For a better, faster, dinner, I boil cabbage, potatoes, and sausage. A little horseradish and this is a fine dinner.
Fry in a pan and add to Zatarains…yummy easy summer meal.
I either saute it with peppers, onions, and mushrooms or we love it in 15 bean soup. It is so easy in crockpot.
Love to stir fry with my Eckrich smoked sausage some chopped cabbage, onion, peppers, carrots and taters
My favorite way to use sausage is in a lentil soup with tomatoes, cilantro, onion, garlic and cumin. Yum!
I use Eckrich Smoked Sausage to create a “Better. Faster. Dinner.” so many ways LOL too many to name!!
But a favorite is fried sausage, cabbage, potatoes, trinity veggie mix and tomatoes served over cornbread or rice.
We love grilling Eckrich Smoked Sausage. Also sometimes I brown it to pair with mac and cheese.
We add Eckrich sausage to our boxed Zatarains Jambalaya. It is quick and easy. We love to cut it into sections and fry it with potatoes and onions and some bell peppers too. Quick and easy!
I like to simmer Eckrich Smoked Sausage in a skillet with a little beer, till the beer evaporates, then let them brown a bit, turning to brown on all sides. Meanwhile, fry sliced potatoes and onions in a little bacon fat. Then heat up some pinto beans. Makes a great meal my husband loves!
We like to slice it in rounds and cook it in a skillet with sliced peppers and onions.
We like to grill it and serve with potatoes and vegetables.
Fry up in a pan with potatoes and peppers
I eat it with rice!
Diced Eckrich added to egg & cheese bake. Easy Peasy One dish dinner!
I love the sausage grilled with green peppers & onions. My husband likes it in a skillet with sauerkraut, served on Publix fresh baked Italian bread.
Slice it up with red beans and rice!!’n
We slice potatoes and par boil for 10 min. Then toss potatoes , onions and sliced sausage in a skillet and let everything get nice a brown. Served with shredded cheddar on top with some green onion!
I love making sausage and hash browns with peppers.
Wrap potatoes, onions, peppers & chunks of sausage in foil, Add salt & pepper and a dab of butter and grill next to the burgers. yummy
Sausages, peppers, onions and mushrooms is a family favorite, especially with Eckrich Smoked Sausages!
I like to grill the sausage along with some veggies (onions, peppers, mushrooms, eggplant, etc.) and serve along with some grilled pita bread and cheese!
I use Eckrich Smoked Sausage to create a “Better. Faster. Dinner.” by tossing the sliced sausage into a rice and bean dish.
I create a better, faster dinner by adding it to stir fry veggies on the stove.
Because my family loves breakfast at anytime, I like to cut up 1 inch pieces of delicious Eckrich smoked sausage, and warm them in a pan, as I am adding sliced onions and green peppers to another pan, and making scrambled eggs !
I use Eckrich to make a simple, fast meal by adding it to my favorite boxed red beans and rice mix. So delicious and so easy!
Our latest favorite way to use Eckrich Sausage is in a shrimp sausage foil pack using of course 1 pkg. sausage, shrimp, corn on the cob and red potatoes seasoned with Old Bay, butter and garlic. Cooked on the grill or in the oven, fabulous either way.
Sausage with potatoes and whatever veggies I have on hand in a grill pan.
I baked them in the oven with cabbage, potatoes and onions. Simply delicious!
I add Eckrich Smoked Sausage to a package of rice and beans.
Saute cut up sausage, and mix with freshly cooked ravioli and any red sauce! So good!
I love to fry this sausage up with eggs in the morning for breakfast! Absolutely amazing!!!
We grill up our Eckrich and chop it up and make dinner omlette quick and easy.
I make a sausage pasta with a can of Hunt’s & some heavy cream.
I make a boiled dinner with Eckrich Smoked Sausage to create a “Better. Faster. Dinner! I take a large pot and add water, Eckrich Smoked Sausage, head of cabbage, carrots, onions and potatoes. Boil all until soft and yummy. Add butter, salt and pepper to the cabbage and serve this delicious meal. Fast, easy and nutritious.
I use the Smoked Sausage in pasta and stir frys. Easy and yummy!
I like to grill onions with Eckrich Smoked Sausage for a fast, filling dinner.
Sausage, peppers, onions and pierogies!
I like to pan fry the sausage and add in scrambled eggs, rice and soy sauce. Maybe some broccoli. It’s a quick way to eat healthy.
Like to use fry some eckrich up to go in kraut, along with some pintos,cornbread and in season tomatoes. Also good in some red beans and rice.
I like to grill them with kraut & potatoes.
i love in sauerkraut
I would use in in a quick skillet meal!!
Microwave, cut in bitesize pieces, stick a toothpick in each piece and serve as part of hors d’oeuvre dinner. Grandchildren love to eat without utensils and Eckrich sausage works perfect.
It’s great with pasta, red sauce, and sauteed veggies for a quick dinner.
With dirty rice! Such a yummy meal!
I use Eckrich Smoked Sausage to create a “Better. Faster. Dinner” when I make a quick Sausage, Beans & Rice. YUM!
Eckrich Sausage & yellow rice is an easy go to meal for my family! It’s delicious & nutritious!
Eggs and sausage mean it’s not getting an easier, quicker or higher in protein. Love it with some onions and red peppers tossed in too.
sausage, peppers, and onions tossed in pasta.
I like to use the sausage in Jambalaya. A great meal for the family.
I grew up on cajun food and love sausage and yellow rice.
My husband, the chef, once a week uses Eckrich Skinless Smoked Sausage with chicken and mushrooms and puts it over rice. It’s so hearty and yummy, we always look forward to it!
Smoked sausage with diced potatoes and onions, easy sheet pan dinner.
My Husband eats Eckrich sausage with boiled eggs for breakfast at work in the mourning. Packed with protein it keeps him feeling full and provides needed energy.
Jambalaya is usually (although with kids nothing is never always a winner!) a winner in my family.
I like to use smoked sausage like this to make an easy meal with seasoned stewed tomatoes, peppers and onions over rice.
We like to cook some rice, cut Eckrich sausage into coins, add some cajun spice, mix together & have a quick but simple jambalaya. My 13 treat olds favorite meal that HE cooks.
Add to alfredo pasta with some shrimp and cajun seasoning (just a little). Not dinner but a great grilling day nosh is to cut the sausage in half and grill it then put it on white bread with some honey, delicious!!!!
I like to grill the sausage like a kabob with an assortment of fresh veggies
I slice the sausage and use them as a scrambled egg bowl with peppers, onion and sausage. Breakfast for dinner!
I make a sausage, pepper and onion on a hoagie roll sandwich. Sometimes with barbecue sauce.
sausage and potatoes with onions and peppers
I use Eckrich Smoked Sausage to create a “Better. Faster. Dinner.” by making shush kabobs ! cutting the sausage up, and placing them on skewers rotating with peppers, onions, mushrooms! serving them over rice pilaf
My lazy meal, Zatarain’s Jambalaya Mix and cut up smoked sausage.
We like to grill them with peppers and onions and serve with easy sides like german potato salad and grilled corn on the cob.
I make cabbage soup with coleslaw and sauerkraut, and throw in chunks of sausage and potato pieces.
We love the smoked sausage with baked beans and biscuits.
This looks so yummy!! I am running to publix today to pick up some Eckrich smoked sausage and corn (great prices!). I normally just fry up the Eckrich Smoked sausage with peppers and onions – and throw it on top of veggies or rice. I cannot wait to try this recipe! Thanks for sharing!
I love sausage with red beans and rice. I usually add in some corn, because I love the sweetness with the spicy rice.
I love smoked sausage with potatoes and onions all sauteed together. Yum.
I cook then crumble the sausage and add peppers and onions. I then serve it on a hot roll. You can add hot or regular mustard. My whole family loves it.
I add the sausage to my Spinach minestrone soup.
i’d fry it up with some peppers and onions, and serve over rice… mmmmmmm
I love to use this sausage with scrambled eggs and hash browns!!
I often fry cabbage, onion, tart apples then add dark beer and Eckrich smoked sausage lastly. It takes about 20 minutes and it all cooks in one pan which I love for easy cleanup!
I use Eckrich sausage in my Sausage Jambalaya.
I use Eckrich Smoked Sausage in a casserole with diced potatoes, onions, in a cheesy sause.
I like cutting up, putting it in crockpot with bbq sauce, and onions. Doesn’t take long.
I use it in my Cajun Boil.
We love to eat it just on grill with yummy grilled veggies for an easy fast dinner.
I use refrigerated crescent rolls and make a big pigs in a blanket. To cook quicker cut into 2-3 inches and bake. Always a hit in my house.
I love to make sausage and rice. Simple but great.
We grill the sausage with peppers and onions and serve with deli sides for picnics at the beach!
I love using Eckrich sausage links in low country boil with shrimp, corn on the cob, halved whole potatoes, onions and whatever veggies you like. It’s easy to make. Publix has the best selection and prices on Eckrich sausage especially when combined with sale prices and coupons.