There are great foods made right here in North Louisiana. Over the weekend my husband and I made some scrumptious sausage and onion rolls. What made these so good is that they were made with sausage from Down Home Meats in Stonewall. We were first introduced to this sausage at the home of one of my best friends. Her father cooked it out on a grill. The flavor was amazing!
Louisiana Sausage & Onion Rolls
1 lb Down Home Sausage (this comes in mild and hot flavors)
2 large yellow onions, sliced
12 small Yeast rolls (we used some frozen yeast rolls purchased at a local wholesale food club)
Butter, less than a tablespoon
Cook yeast rolls per directions.
Cut up sausage into small links, fry in skillet. Set aside and keep warm.
In same skillet melt butter and add onions. Cook until onions become soft.
Cut rolls in half, add sausage and onions. Serve.
This would be a great addition to any party, special occasion, celebration, tailgate party, or as a family dinner.
Note: It would be very easy to add bell peppers to this recipe. Cut up the bell peppers in rings and cook with onions. Use green, red or yellow bell peppers. Also, if you are feeding a crowd, just increase the amount of sausage, onions and rolls.
Recipe copyright 2008 Louisiana Trekker
Contact information on
Down Home Meats
P.O. Box 405, Stonewall, LA 71078
Telephone: (318) 925-6915 Fax: (318) 925-6930
Products: Smoked sausage, hot or mild
Source for contact information: Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry