Sausage Fried Ricewith Cocktail Sausages, Bacon, Chorizo, and Blood Sausage

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Sausage Fried Ricewith Cocktail Sausages, Bacon, Chorizo, and Blood Sausage

  • 30 min
  • 4 people


  • 1 can Tulip Cocktail Sausages
  • 2 bacon strips
  • 1 oz chorizo
  • 1 oz fried blood sausage
  • 1 oz onion
  • 1 oz pepper
  • 1 tbsp Creole Sofrito
  • 2 cups white rice
  • 1 cup pigeon peas
  • 0,5 tsp seasoning or paprika
  • Fresh cilantro
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This sausage fried rice is loaded with flavors from the cocktail sausages, bacon, chorizo, blood sausage, and Creole Sofrito. It will leave you full and satisfied as it is bulked up with rice, pigeon peas, and lots of protein.

If you are having a busy week sausage fried rice is a quick and tasty dish. Cook some extra rice the night before and turn it into a delicious meal the next day. Day-old rice is really a time-saver – and on top of that, it often makes the dish even better because the rice isn’t too sticky.


Difficulty: Easy



  • If you do not have leftover rice: Cook the rice according to the instructions on the packaging.  
  • Halve the cocktail sausages. 
  • Chop the bacon, chorizo, fried blood sausage, onion, and bell pepper. 
  • Place a pan with a bit of oil over medium heat and fry the bacon and cocktail sausages until golden brown.  
  • Add the chorizo and fry for a couple of minutes before you add the Creole Sofrito.  
  • Introduce the onion and bell pepper to the heat and cook until softened. Then add the fried blood sausage. 
  • Add the cooked rice to the pan and mix well with the rest of the ingredients. 
  • Season with paprika, salt, and freshly ground pepper. Add the cilantro. 
  • Add the pigeon peas and cook until thoroughly warm.    
  • Enjoy!




Aim for similar-sized pieces when you chop the ingredients to make sure they cook evenly. 

Serving suggestion 

Serve with a dollop of sour cream and a side of salad as a fresh contrast to the salty and savory dish.  

Try our avocado salad 

Swaps and substitutions 

Instead of cilantro, you can use freshly chopped parsley. If you want more vegetables to go in the fried rice you can tomatoes, corn, and celery as a nice and fresh touch.

Try Mamposteao rice

Dinner for busy weeknights 

Coming up with dinner ideas during a busy week can truly be challenging. Therefore, we have developed a series of easy weeknight dinners to add to your artillery of recipes. We use simple ingredients that you might already have in your pantry and convenient Tulip products to make preparation nice and easy.

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