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I bought some Johnsonville Brown Sugar and Honey link sausages.
I cooked them in a skillet. Friggin' delicious.
But on the instructions it said they could be cooked in an air fryer.
Can anyone tell me if this does a good job and are they browned?
I don't yet own an air fryer
 

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If you have an oven (or toasrer oven) with convection, you don't need an air fryer. The convection does the rapid cooking and yes, the food browns.
 
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I bought some Johnsonville Brown Sugar and Honey link sausages.
I cooked them in a skillet. Friggin' delicious.
But on the instructions it said they could be cooked in an air fryer.
Can anyone tell me if this does a good job and are they browned?
I don't yet own an air fryer
They look awesome. Where did you buy them? I wanna get some. I've seen a lot of Johnsville sausages in the supermarkets here, but not those.
 

JD Jones

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I've always nuked the daylights out of mine. Only takes about 45 seconds. Who cares if they're browned?
 

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I bought some Johnsonville Brown Sugar and Honey link sausages.
I cooked them in a skillet. Friggin' delicious.
But on the instructions it said they could be cooked in an air fryer.
Can anyone tell me if this does a good job and are they browned?
I don't yet own an air fryer
Use only my airfryers,just great
 
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melphis

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I cook them on the BBQ (grill for the USA crowd)
They come out absoutley fantastic.
 

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I was always against an Air Fryer, now I have found that it does cook well. Get an Air Fryer, we cooked some Jimmy Dean sausages in there and they were so good. I have now found a new passion, cooking in the Air Fryer.
 
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No air fryer for me. I bought one. Used it 4 times and sold it. I think traditional cooking does a better job. Sorry to throw the damper on the discussion. P.S. I do not use a microwave either. And I try to stay away from imported foods. I want to know exactly what is in the food I am cooking. Thus, everything from scratch and so much healthier that way.
 

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I am using the Air Fryer for chicken breasts (cut for tenders). I am not really big on sausage, but once in a while my spouse likes it. I did not like the Air Fryer at all at first but with the chicken I am really liking it. Honestly it seems a lot more tender. But being off topic...
 
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JD Jones

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No air fryer for me. I bought one. Used it 4 times and sold it. I think traditional cooking does a better job. Sorry to throw the damper on the discussion. P.S. I do not use a microwave either. And I try to stay away from imported foods. I want to know exactly what is in the food I am cooking. Thus, everything from scratch and so much healthier that way.
Except for a few guilty pleasures, I am the same way.

I do have a microwave and will have an air fryer one of these days, but by and large, I have been eating healthier in the last 10 years than I have in my life. It's really easy to do here.
 

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Except for a few guilty pleasures, I am the same way.

I do have a microwave and will have an air fryer one of these days, but by and large, I have been eating healthier in the last 10 years than I have in my life. It's really easy to do here.
likewise, less alcohol and more fresh fruit from that massive market near the el presidente plant. The other vices I simple cannot shake.
 

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I bought some Johnsonville Brown Sugar and Honey link sausages.
I cooked them in a skillet. Friggin' delicious.
But on the instructions it said they could be cooked in an air fryer.
Can anyone tell me if this does a good job and are they browned?
I don't yet own an air fryer
Try the Maple Syrup ones delicious. I buy at jumbo and freeze. Then I boil a few at a time for breakfast. Boil to unfreeze and cook and fry to give colour.
 

chico bill

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likewise, less alcohol and more fresh fruit from that massive market near the el presidente plant. The other vices I simple cannot shake.
You must have something to live for...?
 

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Try the Maple Syrup ones delicious. I buy at jumbo and freeze. Then I boil a few at a time for breakfast. Boil to unfreeze and cook and fry to give colour.
All of the Johnsonville sausages are good IMHO.

They are my go-to whenever my Jimmy Dean sausage supply runs out. :oops:
 
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chico bill

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All of the Johnsonville sausages are good IMHO.

They are my go-to whenever my Jimmy Dean sausage supply runs out. :oops:
Just ate 5 Johnsonville links for breakfast, well me and the dogs - they got bites.
Too bad you can find Jimmy Dean here on the North Coast
Where do you buy it ?