To offer up 2012 Super Bowl recipes on a Chicago regional site and not include a recipe for Maxwell Street Polish recipe would be a shame, so consider this a fulfillment of strong local traditions. If you like Polish sausage, grilled onions, sport peppers and yellow mustard, then this is the dish for you on Super Bowl Sunday. If you want to catch all the action between the New York Giants and New England Patriots and still know what's going on when people are talking about commercials the next day, this Food Network recipe takes just 10 min. of preparation and spends most of the time in the oven.
Full instructions in the ingredient list are both available here, but if you'd like the quick glance at the ingredients for your shopping list, here it is:
- 1 tablespoon vegetable oil
- 4 links Polish kielbasa sausage, patted dry with a paper towel (about 1 1/2 pounds)
- 1 yellow onion, thinly sliced
- Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper
- 4 fresh poppy seed hot dog buns
- Yellow mustard
- 6 to 10 pickled sport peppers
So the like to bring home that famous taste born in Chicago's Maxwell Street market district, now you have the tools and the information to make it happen. Enjoy the big game, and for more game coverage be sure to check out the links posted below.
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