Our fresh chicken sausage rolls are one of our very most popular items. Our customers love them for their flavor and enjoy cooking them for their nutritional content. The great versatility of our fresh chicken sausage rolls makes them the perfect ingredient to have on hand at all times. As you and your family go on about your busy lives, it’s nice to have the opportunity to enjoy a delicious, healthy and easy-to-prepare meal. Here are a few great ways to use our fresh chicken sausage rolls in your next family meal.
Serve these mouthwatering fresh chicken sausage meatballs as a meal or an appetizer. The perfect complement to spaghetti and marinara, this classic recipe is a favorite at Isernio family gatherings. Mix together Isernio’s fresh chicken sausage rolls, olive oil, garlic cloves, parsley, Romano cheese, breadcrumbs, milk and eggs to create these simple yet delicious meatballs.
A tribute to Frank’s Italian heritage, this one is a family favorite. This delicious sausage sauce includes a fresh chicken sausage roll, olive oil, onion, tomatoes, basil, Romano cheese and pepper flakes for a little spice. A quick and easy recipe, this one can be reheated for those busy nights that the whole family is on the go.
A delicious recipe containing only a few ingredients but packing a big flavor! This one is a combination of garlic cloves, fennel seeds, salt, olive oil and Isernio’s fresh chicken sausage roll, stuffed into a boneless pork butt. After a couple of hours in the oven you will have a succulent dinner the whole family will love.
These are just a few of the many uses for Isernio’s fresh chicken sausage rolls. From chicken patties to chilli, there are endless options. We recommend stocking up, and even freezing a few. Be prepared to serve up a hot meal on a cold winter night. Have you discovered some great ways to incorporate our fresh chicken sausage rolls into your favorite meals? If so, please share them with us. We may even include them in the recipe section of our site!
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