Beer Braised Sausage and Onions, Sous Vide

Beer Braised Sausage and Onions, Sous Vide

Beer, sausage, and mustard – they just seem to belong together, right?  Especially served with some sweet onions cooked up just right? With spring here, we’re starting to think more about cookouts and potluck gatherings and less about comfort food.  One of my favorite things about a cookout or potluck is the variety of foods. I like to bring a little something unexpected- and sausages are always a hit- so this Beer Braised Sausage and Onions dish made sous vide is likely going to be my go-to dish to bring along when we are invited someplace. Our friends at Oliso sent us their SmartHub to try and that’s what inspired this recipe- sous vide cooking kind of fascinates me lately.

If you haven’t heard of sous vide cooking, it’s food cooked in a sealed bag that’s placed into a water bath at a consistent temperature. I wanted to see how the circulation of even temperature water makes food worthy of top notch restaurants. I wasn’t disappointed! Combining the sous vide cooking and finishing up with a bit of browning gave the sausage a deeper, more complex flavor! The family and I all agree that this definitely tasted more like a restaurant made the sausages and maybe less like mom threw them in a pan again…

You can do a lot of things with a Sous Vide system like make yogurt, beer, stocks, use it as a cooktop with most pans, and more. It’s a very versatile small kitchen applianceOliso is a company that specializes in creating smart kitchen technology. Their SmartHub is essentially like a “high-end crock pot” – you can “set it and forget it”.I look at products like this and think “this is

Beer Braised Sausage and Onions Sous Vide Recipe from This Mama Loves

Ingredients:

2 to 4 large sausages- kielbasa, bratwurst or Italian

1 can of beer

1 tsp. Dry ground mustard

½ tsp. Ground black pepper

1/2 tsp. diced garlic

Pinch of sea salt

½ onion, rough chopped

Directions:

Place sausages in a gallon zippered bag.

Add mustard, garlic, pepper, and sea salt.

Pour ½ to ¾ of the beer can or bottle over sausages, reseal bag. You can use your favorite beer, but this is a great opportunity to incorporate some seasonal or local offerings- so many flavors to blend with your sausage and onions! Feel free to sip on the rest of the beer as you cook…

Fill the inner pot of SmartHub to fill line with water. 

Turn temperature to 150 f, and timer to 45 minutes.
Using the upright rack slide your bag of sausages into one of the dividers.

 


Place lid on top and cook for 45 minutes.

Remove precision smart top from the burner and place a nonstick pan on the top on 6 heat. {Isn’t this such a cool smart kitchen appliance? I love that you can do so much with it, and it’s not taking up the entire counter in my kitchen! It’s a versatile kitchen tool (yes, tool, in my opinion) that is precise and energy efficient. }

Add a small amount of oil, chopped onions, and sausage, brown to your desired amount.
Serve and enjoy!

Are you a beer braised sausage person? I don’t drink beer, but I do love the flavors it brings to cooking and grilling!!

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What would you make first in the Oliso  SmartHub? Would you do something sous vide in water? Beer braised sausage and onions maybe?

 

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Ingredients

  • 2 to 4 large sausages- kielbasa, bratwurst or Italian
  • 1 can or bottle of beer- we like to play around with local and seasonal beers when cooking
  • 1 tsp. Dry ground mustard
  • ½ tsp. Ground black pepper
  • 1/2 tsp. diced garlic
  • Pinch of sea salt
  • ½ onion, rough chopped

Instructions

  1. Place sausages in a gallon zippered bag.
  2. Add mustard, garlic, pepper, and sea salt.
  3. Pour ½ to ¾ of the beer can or bottle over sausages, reseal bag. You can use your favorite beer, but this is a great opportunity to incorporate some seasonal or local offerings- so many flavors to blend with your sausage and onions!
  4. Fill the inner pot of Oliso to fill line with water.
  5. Turn temperature to 150 f, and timer to 45 minutes.
  6. Using the upright rack slide your bag of sausages into one of the dividers.
  7. Place lid on top and cook for 45 minutes.
  8. Remove precision smart top from the burner and place a nonstick pan on the top on 6 heat.
  9. Add a small amount of oil, chopped onions, and sausage, brown to your desired amount.
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About the author: I am a Work at home homeschooling mom of two- a fierce 4 year old princess who keeps me hopping, and my sweet, laid back, first born- a little boy who is 7. Underfoot are also two little Dachshunds, a Sun Conure, and my hard working hubby too. When i am not dodging Legos on the floor or playing princess tea party I am crafting, cooking , gardening, or junkin’. I get through these crazy days of life fueled by countless cups of coffee and a whole lotta’ Jesus.

13 comments… add one
  • Really looking so delicious and tasty.
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  • I often have sausage for breakfast, gonna try this recipe. Thank you for sharing!
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  • Great! easy to made and delicious. Love the pics and recipe. I will try this fast making recipe.
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  • It's look so easy and delicious! My kid love onions and I think he would like this. Can't wait to try it. Thank you for your sharing!
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  • Trust me, it' looking so delicious. I'm gonna definitely make this dish. :) Thanks for sharing this recipe. :)
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  • This looks delicious and easy to make. I will give it a try.
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  • This is absolutely delicious for sure. I love sausage and I will try this today.
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  • Oh my, this looks amazing! I love onions and braised sausage so I know I'd love this. Adding it to my list of recipes to try.
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  • Woah... my girlfriend and I were just talking about his method and why it's not more popular because the results are so yummy! After seeing your post, it's like a sign! Trying this recipe and others like it ASAP! :)
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  • Now this looks good! I am going to try making sausage your way!
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  • That sounds like such an easy recipe, but one that's full of flavor. With so much going on Monday through Friday, that's the perfect kind of dinner for our family.
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  • I love how easy this is and how yummy it looks! I am always looking for new recipes because I get bored with what I have. I will be pinning this one! Thank you!
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  • Looks easy enough and delicious. My little guy was asking for sausage yesterday, and this is a great excuse to have it!
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