Swedish potato sausages combine beef, pork, potatoes and spices for a hearty dish. The sausages go well with mustard, or can be eaten alone. Part of the traditional Swedish "smorgasbord," potato sausages are also a Christmas staple. While these sausages can be fried, boiled or oven-baked, the initial prep work remains the same. Choose your favorite cooking method, or try them all.
Things You'll Need
Toothpick or sharp knife
Place a skillet on your stove.
Prick your sausages with a toothpick or sharp knife, making one prick every few inches, on all sides of the sausages. If you forget this, your potato sausages will burst while cooking.
Place the pricked sausages in your skillet. Turn the heat to medium and fry the sausages in the pan until they're golden.
Bake the sausages in a lidded skillet for half an hour at 300 degrees Fahrenheit, removing the lid halfway through so the meat can brown.
Simmer Swedish sausage in a pot of chicken stock for 45 minutes to one hour, until soft and cooked through.