Some recipes that call for Conecuh sausage are Chicken and Conecuh Sausage Gumbo, Cabbage and Conecuh Sausage, Hawaiian Conecuh Sausage, Conecuh Sausage Jambalaya and Sweet and Sour Conecuh Sausage. These recipes are available from Food Network or the Conecuh sausage website itself.
The Chicken and Conecuh recipe calls for peanut oil, so anyone with a peanut allergy should look for a substitute oil or use a different recipe. Onion, garlic, celery and peppers are combined with a bottle of light beer and 1 1/2 lbs. of cooked chicken. A 5-lb. whole chicken, carrots, thyme and bay leaves are used to make the stock.
Cabbabe and Conecuh sausage is a quick and easy dish, only taking about 15 minutes to make. It also has very few ingredients as well. A head of cabbage is quartered and cored, then put in the pan with some water and the sausage. It's cooked until the sausage is tender, which is about 10 to 15 minutes.
Hawaiian Conecuh calls for the sausage to be browned in a frying pan, then drained, put on skewers with pineapple and cheese and served. It is ideal for a party or outdoor dinner because it is simple to make and easy to eat.