Simple & Easy Stove Top Mettwurst Sausage

Rose Mary Mogan


I got these tasty sausages from one of my favorite places to shop in Dyer Indiana. It was Walt's Grocers.

I just love their store & especially the meat Department.
Had no idea what I was going to do with these sausages, but decided to just keep it simple. I simply added them to my cast iron skillet, covered them with Chicken Broth, & allowed them to cook till the broth all but evaporated. Then I simply allowed them to brown on all sides, & served them on my favorite buns.

Who could have thought something so simple could taste so great. Add sautéed peppers if desired & condiments.Tasty

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4 or more depending on portion size


5 Min


30 Min


Stove Top


2 pkg
fresh mettwurst sausage links(8 sausages)
2 c
chicken broth

Directions Step-By-Step

I used my cast iron skillet for this recipe. I used 2 packages totaling 8 sausage links. You may use other sausages of choice also, Fresh or smoked.
Add the links to the cast iron skillet, then pour in the chicken broth, and cover and cook over medium high heat till most of the liquid evaporates.
Remove the lid then allow the sausages to brown on all sides, turning frequently till golden brown or as desired. Serve on your favorite buns with your favorite condiments. Enjoy.
These sausages are made fresh in the Walt's store where I shop, not too many stores make their own homemade sausages anymore. They were quite tasty moist and juicy, and had great flavor. I just wanted to try something different, and both my husband & I loved them. You could also add onions and peppers to the skillet if desired, but since it was my first time having them I wanted to enjoy the true flavor of the sausage & they were really very good.
You could also add peppers like this which I did with the Irish Sausage which I bought from the same store.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Pork, Sandwiches
Main Ingredient: Pork
Regional Style: German
Other Tag: Quick & Easy