Hawaiian Smoked Sausage with Rice

November 18, 2012 at 7:48 pm | Posted in Main Dish, One-Dish Meal, Smoked Sausage | Leave a comment

This yummy supper comes from Smuckers (the jelly people!) courtesy of AllRecipes.  I made a couple of changes, nothing major.  It turned out yummy.


1 pound smoked sausage

canola oil

1 medium sweet orange pepper

2 tomatoes, seeded and sliced (I don’t like seeds)

1 tbsp. onion powder (or 1 small onion)

1 tbsp. cornstarch

1 tbsp. ginger

1 tbsp. soy sauce

1 cup SMUCKERS apricot preserves

15 oz. can of pineapple chunks

Slice up sausage into coins and then half the coins.  Toss into heated oil (set stove on medium-high heat).  Add pepper and tomato and  onion powder (or onion if your family will eat them).  Stir around for about ten minutes.

Pretty and colorful!

Combine cornstarch, soy sauce, preserves and juice from pineapple in a small bowl.  Whisk until cornstarch is all dissolved.


Add to sausage mixture, stirring and making sure it doesn’t stick to bottom of skillet, because it will thicken up!


After sauce thickens, add pineapple.


Stir and let everything get nice and hot!  Serve with rice.

We used forks but it might be fun to eat with chopsticks, although they don’t use chopsticks in Hawaii.


Sweet and sour deliciousness!





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