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Artichoke-Spinach Chicken, Thai Chicken Sausage and Muebe's Nuggets

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This weekend was a sausage weekend for me, I ground and mixed 5 pounds SOB's Artichoke-Spinach Chicken Sausage last night and left it in the fridge overnight for the spices to meld.

 

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/110625/spinach-artichoke-chicken-sausage

 

After that I ground and mixed Couger's Thai Chicken Sausage and into the fridge too.

 

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/110013/something-different-thai-chicken-sausage-with-pics

 

By the time I had finished washing all of the dishes it was 1:30, I remember in Couger's post he commented on how good it smelled when he was mixing and must agree, it smelled good, so good I took the bowl of sausage out of the fridge and made a "test" pattie, ...WOW, this sausage is very good!

 

I was called in to work this morning so my burger pattie making went on hold, ...came home for lunch and fried up a couple of Artichoke-Spinach patties for burgers.

 

SOB used a commercial seasoning mix, I winged it with some salt. white pepper and fresh sage.

 

SOB Sausage 002.jpg

 

 

SOB Sausage 003.jpg

 

 

My lunch, ...bun recipe courtesy of Mrs. BMudd, we make a few and freeze 'em.

 

SOB Sausage 006.jpg

 

 

This sausage is so good all I used on the warm bun was butter, Thanks SOB, this will be a "regular" at our house from now on (next time I just might make the 25 pounds).

 

SOB Sausage 005.jpg

 

 

 

 

And then the camera batteries died, sorry 'bout that, but the Thai Chicken Sausage will become a regular also!

 

 

 

 

 

Last weekend I made some Muebe's Nuggets in the GOSM, they are very good too.

 

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/110999/teriyaki-jerky-nuggets

 

Muebe's Nuggets 002.jpg

 

 

 

 

There are too many good recipes on this site and not enough weekends.  LOL

 

Enjoy and thanks for looking,

 

Gene

 

 

post #2 of 13
Looks great Gene.
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Looks great Gene.



X2

 

post #4 of 13

Gene, you never cease to amaze me!  That is some awesome looking food right there!

 

Good luck and good smoking.

post #5 of 13

I'd sure like a bite of that sammie!

 

Awesome job!

post #6 of 13

Gene,

Your sausage looks great! Sorry I wasnt around to help you out! looks like you replicated the sausage perfectly.

The witts seasoning is basicly just salt and pepper but it did not have any sage in it, but if it feels good on your tongue, go for it!

Glad you liked it!

SOB

post #7 of 13

Doggone That Looks Good !!!!

 

A Sammy like that wouldn't have a chance around here!!!

 

Thank Gene!

 

Bear

post #8 of 13

man it all looks sooo good!! drool.gif

post #9 of 13
What a great idea and wonderful looking patties! That's what I love about this place.....so many different and new things to eat~all the time! Those buns look awesome too.....wow. Beautiful sandwich beds! Big thanks to Mrs BMudd!

Those nuggets...what can I say? Pretty much nothing...just drooling! Great pics and thanks for sharing!
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Thread Starter 

 

 

Thank you all for the kind words, looks like I'll be making larger batches soon, Mrs JPT really likes both of the sausage recipes, ...I don't think 10 pounds will last too long.

 

SOB, no problem bro, how was the fishing trip, ...I use sage in most everything now, my sage plant reminds me of "The Little House of Horror," so we are eating it instead of the other way around.

 

Sage plant 002.jpg

 

 

(If you look on the bottom right corner all of those tiny green leaves are the tomato seeds from the salsa we made, we'll be in tomato heaven in a couple of months)

 

Rivet, thanks for the kind words, glad to see you back.

 

The fence in disrepair belongs to the neighbor, it's 1 foot on our side of the property line, but I can't touch it, if I do I risk being sued in court and LOSING (French law is bizarre), I've offered to go in halves on the materials, but they're not interested.

 

Lord bless and everyone have a good day,

 

Gene

post #11 of 13

great post.   great looking food.

post #12 of 13

Yup it looks yummy thanks for sharing

post #13 of 13

I run a Thai Chicken Sausage Bahn Mi

 at my Restaurant and it sells very well.

Take a French Roll ,Slather it with

Sriracha -Mayo Sauce

put thinly sliced cucumbers on bottm half.

Then Thai Chicken Sausage. Top with Pickled

Diakon and Carrot, Green Onion and Pepper of choice

ie; Habenero,Serrono, JalapenoeEtc

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