I visited the Epicurean Market at Marina Bay Sands three weeks ago. It was a three-day food extravaganza which served a multitude of events, meals and classes showcasing celebrity chefs, exclusive ingredients and wines.
Among the highlights are freshly cooked specialities and take home products. I bought food from celebrity restaurants like Cut by Wolfgang Puck, and also hams, cheese and sausages from the exhibitors to cook at home.
The pork sausages bought from the Epicurean Market are so delicious. Fresh, lean and meaty, and they are much cheaper than retail outlets. I cooked one in skewers with apples, onions and red peppers.
These skewered sausages are grilled skinless and they are really yummy with smokiness taste. The sauce is simply Dijon mustard and honey, and sides is buttered rice.
Pork Sausages and Apple Skewer
Recipe source: Own
1 pork sausage, casing removed
1 red pepper, cut into 1"chunks
1 red onion, cut into 1" chunks
1 Granny Smith apples, chunked, dip in lemon juice + water
3 wooden skewers, soak in cold water for at least half an hour.
Olive oil for brushing
2 tablespoons Dijon mustard
1 tablespoon honey
- Remove casings from the sausage and slice thickly, about 1/2" to an 3/4" thick. Prepare the red pepper, onion and apples.
- Alternatively thread apple,red pepper,onion and one sausage slice. Brush with olive oil
- Grill on hot pan until sausage is cooked, browned and vegetables slightly charred.
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