You Had Me At Bacon
Delicious bacon wrapped Polish sausage. For most people when you mention these delicious treats you will have them at bacon! This incredible delight was inspired by my friend Jr who used to get these in his younger military days and loved them so much he wanted to make them for us. After a trip to the big wholesale store, Jr came back with a huge package of delicious Polish sausage. We were contemplating grilling them for dinner when Jr opened the fridge and pulled out the Polish sausage and a package of bacon. “Toothpicks,” he said, and he went to the pantry and grabbed those as well. Before we knew it we were all standing there wrapping two pieces of bacon around these lovely Polish Sausages. Now I cannot get enough of these.
Simple Bacon Wrapped Polish Sausage
Wrapping different food in bacon is all the craze these days. Just the other day I made my delicious bacon bombs and they were a hit. Then there was the time my friend Cori made a bacon lattice for her Thanksgiving pumpkin pie. Bacon is certainly all the rage so I had to include this simple recipe for bacon wrapped Polish sausage. It was so much fun to make and so simple. You are going to love these!
A Future in Bacon
As some of my readers know, I’ll be opening up a food truck in the next year or so. I plan to offer these bacon wrapped Polish sausages as a menu item. They are that good. I know I will sell a ton of bacon wrapped Polish Sausage, but before I do that I really wanted to share them with you. This recipe is not exactly complicated or a huge secret, so I am posting it because I thought it would be fun. I also want my readers to know what kind of great food they will find on my truck.
If you enjoyed this recipe you can find more like it in my book The Culinary Camper. Available online at all major book sellers.
Bacon Wrapped Polish Sausage
Bacon wrapped around a Polish sausage is an amazing combination for your summer cookout.
- 6 large Polish sausages or large hot dogs
- 12 pieces bacon
- 6 large hot dog buns
- 1 tbsp ketchup
- 1 tbsp mustard
- 1 small onions, chopped fine
- 1 jar sauerkraut
- 1 pkg wooden toothpicks
- 1 jar hot dog relish
- 1 jar dill pickles
Begin by taking 1 piece of bacon and securing it to a sausage with a toothpick. Wrap the bacon about halfway down the sausage and secure with another toothpick. Using that same toothpick, secure another piece of bacon and wrap down the rest of the sausage. Secure at the bottom with a third toothpick. Set the sausage aside and wrap remaining sausages.
Grill the sausages on medium heat for 10 to 15 minutes or until bacon and sausages are cooked.
Serve with your favorite condiments, onion, relish, sauerkraut, etc.