Brown Butter & White Rajah Sausage and Onions

Brown Butter & White Rajah Sausage and Onions

Warm weather is approaching.

A few delicious ingredients and an extraordinary beer is all you need to turn an ordinary summer dinner into a knockout hit. Anyone can pick up a pack of sausages at the store and throw them on the grill, but with some sliced onion, butter and a solidly delicious IPA, like Brew Kettle’s White Rajah, you can turn ordinary into ridiculous.

Brown Butter & White Rajah Sausage and Onions
½ cup butter
1 large onions, sliced thinly
1 lb chicken sausages in natural casing
12 oz White Rajah IPA
salt and pepper

In a large iron skillet, melt butter over medium heat. Continue to cook until the butter starts to brown and develops a nutty fragrance, 5-7 minutes. (Make sure not to burn.)

Add in onion slices and lightly salt and pepper. When the onions start to brown, move them to one side. Add in sausages and position onions around them. Cook for 3-4 minutes to get a nice brown on one side of the sausage and then flip them. Pour IPA over the sausages and onions and reduce heat to medium-low. Cook until the liquid has reduced to a thick glaze over the sausages and onions, around 20 minutes.

You can serve as is or place on hoagie rolls with a nice whole grain mustard.

Brown Butter & White Rajah Sausage and Onions

Nutty brown butter and a hoppy Brew Kettle ale make simple ingredients taste remarkable.