Sausage Sauce. Vorstikaste

vorstikaste1(2)This is one very retro dish.

My generation was served  Sausage Sauce for dinner at school .

And this was one of the our favourite school lunch dish.
At school  the table was already set . Plates were on the tables and food in big bowls.

Who was quicker to run, got a bigger portion 🙂
Today, at home I do this very rarely.

I added tomato pasta, because of better picture:) but you can leave this out.  This dish is made from cooked sausage. But you can use frankfurters.

Sausage Sauce

  • Servings: 4-6
  • Difficulty: easy
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A everyday simple easy cooking dish



  • 400 g boiled sausage
  • onion
  • 70 g tomato pasta
  • 400 ml cream
  • oil (+ 50 g flour, if you want this)
  • salt, pepper



  1. Chop onion and sausage in to the cubes
  2. Heat oil in a skillet and add onion. Cook onion while transparent and add sausage. (add flour) and brown
  3. Add tomato pasta, mix, and add cream mixing thoroughly
  4. Bring to boil and season

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4 thoughts on “Sausage Sauce. Vorstikaste

  1. Oh gosh, I also remember this dish from school, although at school it didn’t look even closer as pretty as you’ve managed to present it! 🙂


  2. It looks gorgeous! I can only imagine how a school kantine would plate it …
    Loving the retro food, and as a German I do like a bit of sausage 😉
    Thank you for bringing this dish along to Fiesta Friday! Have a lovely weekend.
    Ginger x


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