Slicing uncooked sausage is easier if you put it in the freezer first. This will also help the sausage retain moisture while cooking. Preparing uncooked sausage coins will give an added bonus of having a mouthwatering, caramelized texture on each side of the sausage.
Should you cut sausage before or after cooking?
Cut the sausage links before cooking. Don’t pierce them. If you prick good quality sausages you let all the moisture and flavour out. Cook sausages over moderate heat, if you cook them at too high a temperature their skins will burst.
Should you cut sausage before grilling?
Don’t break or score the casing
As Standing says, “That casing is holding in all of the juices and fats and all the stuff you want in there.” Scoring the sausage not only allows the fat to escape, that lost fat can cause flare-ups which will char your sausage on the outside before the inside is completely cooked.
Can you cut brats before cooking?
Can you cut brats before cooking? Slicing (like in half lengthwise, or in chunks) will grill faster, and/or give you more grilled surface area/flavor (if you’re pre-boiled and just grilling for flavor.) It may fall apart completely if not cooked somewhat before that.