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Today’s easy sausage and onion recipe is perfect for adding to crackers. This delicious recipe is brought to us by our contributor Ilona at Ilona’s Passion. This is the perfect recipe for party entertaining and your friends are going to love it!
Hi! This is Ilona form Ilona’s Passion and today I am bringing you my new recipe.
I hope you loved my Easy Feta Apple Salad and Irresistible Cucumber Tomato Salad. I know I was craving salads lately. I tend to eat more salads over the summer. But today I made something totally different. Crackers with sausage and onion topped with mustard.
If you are looking for some recipes to make for your next party. This recipe is for you. Salty crackers are paired nicely with sausage and sautéed onion.
Sausage is cooked on low heat together with onion slices to bring so much flavor. Then it is nicely placed on the cracker and topped with any mustard that you have in your home.
I love garlic mustard or honey mustard dressing for my crackers. That’s my favorite mustard that I usually use for my recipes. But you can have whichever you like.
Crackers with sausage and onion are perfect for any party. Your guests can simply grab one cracker. Yummy bite sized little appetizer packed with delicious ingredients. I know that hosting a party can be time consuming. That’s why we need simple recipes like this. Just few ingredients are required to make it.
Personally, I love simple recipes that don’t require many ingredients. Sometimes simplicity is the best. I also like crackers to be served for any party, because they can nicely keep all the food. They are also small enough to keep them in one hand easily.
There are endless possibilities what can be served with crackers: cheese, fruits or even ham.
How To Make This Easy Sausage and Onion Recipe
What’s your favorite type of appetizer?