Handle with caution after product has been heated. Let cool 1 minute before eating. Links are fully cooked.
Insert a meat thermometer in the center of each hot link to ensure the meat is cooked thoroughly. … Louisiana-style hot links are sometimes made with chicken instead of beef, which should be cooked to a minimum internal temperature of 165 F.
Fully cooked. Keep refrigerated or freeze. Gluten free. No by-products, corn syrup or fillers.
Preheat the oven to 300 F, place the sausages in a pan, and cook them for 15 to 20 minutes. Remove the hot links, drain the pan, and pierce them with a fork. Return them to the oven and cook them for a further 10 to 15 minutes. The hot links should darken, but not burst.
To determine whether it’s done, you can measure the internal temperature with a meat thermometer. Sausages should reach 155–165°F (68–74°C). Alternatively, boiling them before cooking in a pan or on a grill can ensure that they’re thoroughly cooked and remain moist.
You can check whether your sausages are done by cutting into one at the center. If the meat is firm, it’s ready, but if it’s pink and runny, it needs more time. Slicing or butterflying the sausages can reduce cooking time.