How to Cook Sausages on the BBQ

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How to cook the best sausages on the BBQ

Preparation time: 5 mins
Cooking time: 10 mins
Serves: 5 (multiply out for your numbers)

Ingredients

  • 5 thick beef sausages (multiple for one per person)
  • 1 tablespoon of olive oil
  • Sea salt
  • Ground pepper
  • 1 tablespoon of balsamic vinegar
  • 5 bread rolls (sliced bread also works great)
  • 3 sliced onions
  • Tomato and BBQ sauce

Method

  1. Heat your barbecue to medium-low (slower is always better)
  2. Add sausages to the grill
  3. Add onion to the hotplate, mix with olive oil
  4. Add salt & pepper to onions with the balsamic vinegar
  5. Turn sausages very regularly to ensure even cooking
  6. Cook for 10-15 mins and watch colour (no burn marks!)
  7. Add layer of sauce on bread BEFORE adding the sausage
  8. Add the sausage to the bread and add onions to taste

As Aussies, we love a hearty barbecue, and there’s nothing better than an old fashion sausage sizzles. This normally offers all of us a chance to quell our hunger while at the same more time, helping the community in the process.

Ask anyone and they will clearly state that nothing beats an old fashioned Aussie sausage sizzle, anyone who has been to Australia knows that this is the icon of Aussie culture. When it comes to talking about an Australian sausage sizzle, it is quite difficult to capture the feeling one gets when eating eat.

Many people try wondering how white bread, some tomato sauce, and a sausage can be described as amazing. What they do not understand is this is the guilty pleasure that we Australians love to indulge in.

Not only does it mark an Australia Day tradition, the sausage sizzle has been known to go hand in hand with elections. Not only do our voters attest to it being famous but from time to time our officials and elected members have been known to stop for a bite.

If you are thinking of hosting a fundraiser, the best way to pull it off successfully and making your customers talk about it is by preparing an Australian sausage sizzle on the barbecue.

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