Ever wake up one morning and wish you can gorge on a dozen sausages, with a couple more for backup, in case you want second servings? We’re guessing you probably don’t. Just in case you do, however, the Johnsonville Sizzling Sausage Grill Plus should have you covered.
An indoor grill, it has a built-in cooking plate with slots for up to 14 slim-style sausages, allowing you to make over a dozen of the darn things in one go with the convenience of hands-free indoor grills. Whether you want to eat a ton of sausages with your morning pancakes, pack a dozen sausage sandwiches for lunch, or make tons of sausages just because you can, this thing lets you do that all in one batch.
The Johnsonville Sizzling Sausage Grill Plus is countertop appliance that works, pretty much, like any indoor grill. To cook, you lift up the lid, place your meats on the hot plate, set it down, switch it on, and leave the darn thing to do its job. Once it issues the audible alert, just lift the lid back up, take out your freshly-cooked grub, and move it over to your plate for eating. Instead of a generic hot plate that can accommodate burgers, steaks, and other meats like the usual indoor grill, though, it uses one with cutouts designed specifically for small sausages. From what we can tell, the slots are designed for Johnsonville’s own breakfast sausage links, although any similarly-sized sausages should work, too.
It comes with two extra sets of cooking plates that you can swap in place of the default plate for 14 sausages. There’s a set for cooking six large sausage links that’s sized for the outfit’s larger dinner links and a set for eight patties that’s sized for their sausage patties. Basically, if you buy a lot of Johnsonville sausages, this should be a logical addition to your kitchen countertop. If you don’t, it still looks like a fun cooking appliance, provided you use products that will work properly with the bundled cooking plates.
The Johnsonville Sizzling Sausage Grill Plus has a fully-enclosed heating surface, regardless of which plate you have onboard, ensuring everything will cook evenly in as short a time as possible with no splatter mess in the kitchen. It has integrated temperature monitoring, allowing it to know exactly when food is done, complete with an audible alert, so you can get off your phone and start stuffing your mouth with the good stuff as soon as the grub is ready.
According to the outfit, it should cook small sausages and patties in around seven to eight minutes, while larger sausage links should take around 10 to 15 minutes to finish. A built-in drip tray allows you to easily get rid of excess grease, while the cooking plates are completely dishwasher-safe, so you can throw them in along with the rest of the dishes for cleaning.
Want one? The Johnsonville Sizzling Sausage Grill Plus is available now.