Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Guess what we just had for dinner: Ximena's sausages in a balsamic glaze



Some real-time foodblogging here: we have literally just finished eating those sticky, glossy, fat wild boar sausages for dinner. They were lip-smackingly good. Very, very, very highly recommended..

Sausages (pork, wild boar, turkey, beef - it's your call) and balsamic vinegar - that's all there is to it. You'll find Ximena's auntie Begoña's recipe here.

18 comments:

Stephen said...

I could eat sausages everyday for the rest of my life and die happy. ;)

MyKitchenInHalfCups said...

Fat sausages, yes they are good for lunch also!

katiez said...

OMG, do they look good!
I'm getting the recipe, NOW.
One can never eat too many sausages.

Kalyn said...

I want some sausages! (Plus how fun to hang out with the two of you!)

Mae said...

I just had some sausages too for dinner! We love sausages here. These definitely look lipsmackingly good! Balsamic vinegar sounds wonderful. :)

K & S said...

ooh that looks really good right now!

Lydia said...

What kind of sausages did you use? I don't eat pork, but there are lots of full-flavored chicken sausages on the market here in the US.

lobstersquad said...

wow that´s quick! they look beautiful. you´d make my aunt proud

Inne said...

Pille, I had marked Ximena's recipe as well, but haven't eaten sausages yet since then. Next time I do though, they will definitely get the Lobstersquad treatment.

Dinha said...

Oi, This blog is wonderful, visits frequent, but it is the first time that I am commenting. Also I added to my favourites person or thing. A great one I hug.

Figs Olives Wine said...

I let out an involuntary sigh when I saw these! What a gorgeous meal! I have friends with a back yard (rare here) who grill sausages on their bbq every time I go for dinner. They know that nothing will make me happier.

veron said...

I'm giving this a try this weekend...looks so lusciously delicious!

Jeanne said...

OMG, sausages. What's not to love. And I can imagine that the sweetness of balsamic vinegar with the salty porkiness of sausages woudl be phenomenal. Yum!

Wendy said...

I can smell those sausages from here! They look delicious.

joey said...

Oh oh oh! Gotta have some of those! Over here I love our local sausages that are both sweet and spicy so I can definitely see myself loving this! I'll give this a go next time! Thanks for the timely post :)

Pille said...

Tanna - or as a filling for breakfast sausages next morning (that's how K ate them:)

Katie - 'one can never eat too many sausages' - I like that wisdom :)

Kalyn - hey, thanks!

Mae - we don't have sausages for dinner very often, but I imagine they'll be appearing somewhat more frequently now.

K&S - doesn't it? :-)

Lydia - I used wild boar sausages on the first day, and plain pork sausages on the second. I guess any sausage would work, so do try with chicken or beef!

Inne - these sausages are a must-try! We made them day after again..

Dinha - you're too sweet :) I'd read your blog, but sadly I don't speak any Portuguese..

Figs Olives Wine - I imagine that reduced balsamic vinegar would also work as a sticky glaze on a BBQ..

Veron- will you let me (and Ximena) know how you liked them, please?

Jeanne - you're a true sausage girl then:) I still crave your South African pepper, halloumi & sausage sticks!

Wendy - thank you!

Joey - I'm sure you'll like them, especially if you like sweet & spicy & sour!

Dinha said...

Ok Pille, But I will be very happy for its visit in mine blog!

veron said...

I just made this for dinner tonight...it was delicious indeed. Simple but full of flavor.