|Wine from Grape to Glass|
|by Jens Priewe|
Wine expert Jens Priewe has revised his acclaimed guidebook to wine, providing his readers with the most up-to-date information on this topic.
Tip: Try sausage grape jelly for more results.
1 - 10 of 10 for smoked sausage grape jelly
Put all ingredients ... 30 minutes. Add sausage to sauce. Simmer ... be poured onto the meat. Other meat can be used such as chicken, ribs or pork chops.
Slice sausage 1/4 to 1/2" thick. Brown on both sides. Add chili sauce and jelly to sausage. Simmer until warm.
Combine ingredients and simmer at least one hour before serving.
Take with you a bag of tortilla chips. Really good, people just love it and easy to make. Enjoy.
Mix chili sauce and grape jelly in a pan or crockpot. Add smoked sausages. Heat thoroughly.
Combine all ingredients ... Bring to a boil, cooking until sausages are hot. Put in fondue or crock pot (something to keep them warm). Serve with toothpicks.
Heat together chili and jelly slowly, cook out lumps, drop wienies in sauce. Transfer to fondue pot and serve.
Place all ingredients in crock pot. Cook on high until it boils. Simmer for 1 to 2 hours. Serve.
Slow cook in crock pot for 8 hours on low.
Cut sausage into bite size ... with remaining ingredients and simmer on low for 6 hours. Variation: Can use any smoked sausage, low-fat or turkey variety.
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