D'Artagnan Saucisson a l'Ail au Vin Rouge
French garlic sausage, made with pork, veal, and read wine, packs an intense garlic punch. It is a key ingredient in cassoulet, but is also delicious sliced, grilled, and eaten on a crusty baguette with mustard. Consider adding it to your next charcuterie platter, where it's softer texture makes a nice, surprising foil for dry-cured meats. Use store-bought puff pastry to wrap the entire sausage, then bake and serve it sliced with mustard and cornichons on the side. Try garlic sausage in lentil soup or in warm potato salad. You’ll find many ways to enjoy this French-style garlic sausage.