- Preheat the grill to medium heat, about 400-425F.
- Place the sausages on the grill, making sure there is space between them. Close the lid and cook for 4-6 minutes.
- Turn the sausages over, close the lid, and cook for another 4-6 minutes. …
- Serve the sausages on their own, or on a bun, with toppings of choice.
Preheat grill to medium-low heat. Grill sausage for 8-10 minutes, or until heated thoroughly turning frequently for even browning.
Place the sausages on the hot side of the grill, cover and cook, turning occasionally until they are cooked through, 8 to 10 minutes.
Preheat grill to medium-low (325°F). Place thawed links on grill. Grill for 12-14 minutes or until links are browned and internal temperature is 140°F, turning links often.
What temperature do I grill sausage?
The Best Grill Temperature for Sausage
We recommend grilling sausage at 350 degrees Fahrenheit. At very high temperatures, the casing of the sausage may split, and cause the delicious liquid to drain out of the sausage.
- Place links in a skillet in water.
- Bring slowly to a simmer, cover and cook for 10 -12 minutes, covered.
- Uncover, allow water to evaporate and continue cooking, turning frequently until browned.
Smoke. Set up your grill or smoker and maintain a steady 225ºF. Smoke the sausages at 225°F until they hit 160°F internal temperature, about 1 to 2 hours. As long as they hit that internal temp, you can experiment with the time to get your preferred level of smoke on the sausage.
Should I boil sausage before grilling?
You cut into the sausage feeling that “snap” of your knife, then the juices flow out onto the pasta, mingling with the sauce. Boiling your sausages before grilling ensures that your sausage will be cooked through, allowing all the juices to stay on the inside while the casing gets brown and crispy on the grill.
How do you grill fresh sausage?
How to Grill Fresh Sausage. Always grill sausage over indirect heat to avoid flare ups. Heat your grill to 300-350°F and grill for 40-50 minutes until 165°F internal temperature is reached. Be sure to turn the sausage once during cooking time.
Cut each hot link in half lengthwise and place them on the grill with cut sides facing downward. Cook for another 2 to 3 minutes to brown the cut sides. This optional step helps achieve more grill flavor in every bite, but you will sacrifice much of the flavorful juices inside the links.