Game Day Provisions 101: Jalapeño-Cherry Coke Sausage Bites

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Jalapeño-Cherry Coke Sausage Bites

Spicy sausage tossed in a southern original, co-cola, plus cherry preserves are the perfect game day appetizer that can be prepared at a moments notice on the stovetop. Jalapeño-Cherry Coke Sausage Bites take the heat well from the fresh peppers. Follow my instructions & get ready to wow football fanatics with this so-simple appetizer.

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makes 8 to 10 servings

Game Changer

Omit the cherry preserves & the co-cola. Substitute orange marmalade & ginger ale to change the flavors instantly for an equally tasty appetizer.

2 lbs Conecuh sausage, sliced
1 cup cherry preserves
1 {7.5-oz} can co-cola
3 Tbsp deli-style mustard with horseradish
2 to 3 fresh jalapeños, sliced

Brown the sausage, in batches, in a large non-stick skillet over Medium-High heat, about 8 minutes. Drain well & return to the skillet. Stir together the preserves, the co-cola & the mustard. Pour over the sausage & add the jalapeños. Cook over Medium-High heat 10 to 15 minutes or until the mixture reduces to the consistency of maple syrup. Keep warm in a slow cooker.

The Extra Point

Toss any leftovers over hot cooked rice with some salted peppers & onions for a quick weeknight meal.

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{helpful advice}

How To Gage The Heat Of Jalapeños

A little know-how goes a long way when spice levels come into play. Most of the heat from jalapeños come from the seeds & membrane. Follow these tips to add just the right amount.

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Remove the seeds & the membrane.

Remove half of the seeds & add the membrane.

Add all of the seeds & add the membrane.

Add the entire jalapeño.

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