Oven-Cooked Italian Sausage

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Oven-cooked Italian sausage needs to be prepared in a very particular way to preserve its rich flavor. Learn how to make oven-cooked Italian sausage with help from a professional and accomplished food expert in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Max Tucci, celebrity chef and lifestyle expert. Today, I'm going to show you how to do an oven baked Italian sausage. Now what you want to do is find a sausage that you like whether it's mild or spicy, you be the judge. Wash them off, make sure they're clean. I have a little dish here ready, oven safe, make sure it's an oven safe dish. We're going to take the sausage, we're going to place it right into the dish. We're going to score it and if you want to take a fork as well and prick it, scoring is just basically a little X on top of the meat like that, score that or if you want to just take a fork you can prick it as well. We're going to take some garlic, cut it in half, put it right into the dish, some olive oil. Make sure your oven is at 350 to bake this sausage, pour that right on top. If you want to add salt or pepper, feel free to do so, spice it up the way you'd like and then all we're going to do is place that into the oven for about 30 minutes or so and we're going to check on it. And now we have our oven cooked Italian sausage ready. We had it in the oven at about 350, 375 depending on the strength of your oven. We're going to cut it up now. Make sure it's not pink inside. You really want that wonderful color to be that cooked color and then after we slice it up we're going to put it right onto a dish or if you want to put it on that cutting board, that's another way to do it and serve it on that. It's delicious. Slice it up, it's not pink inside. And that's how we do an oven cooked Italian sausage. I'm Max Tucci. Thanks for watching and Buon appetito.

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