If you love sausage, you will love Thai sausage. It is good for the summers when people plan a lot of outings with family and friends.
2 Cup (32 tbs)
1 1⁄2 Cup (24 tbs)
Chicken soup base
Pork sausage casings
Mix all ingredients together except pork sausage casings.
Using a small mouth plastic bottle with the bottom cut off, slip the sausage casing over the mouth of the bottle to stuff it. Use a wooden dowel rod to push the mixture into the casing. Stuff them to the desired length and twist the ends together.
Thai Sausages can be cooked immediately but if you’re looking for authentic Thai taste, set the stuffed sausages aside and allow to sit out at room temperature for 12 to 48 hours. This will give them a sour taste. The longer they are out, the more sour they will be. Twelve (12) hours is a good starting point if you would like to try them this way.
Homemade Thai Sausages are generally grilled or sometimes fried in a small amount of oil.
This Asian treat is easy to cook and good to eat. Now all oriental food lovers can easily make authentic Thai sausage with the help of Ning who intricately explains each step in detail. You can make this perfect meat delight in your home kitchen.