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Best Breakfast Sausage I have Made.

post #1 of 10
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 I have made a lot  different types of sausage using different receipts.  My wife who is from Georgia said my breakfast sausage did not taste like "back home". Well I found this and she just loves it.  I have been making patties with my hamburger press(a sheet of paper between each patty) and it works out great, fries up fast. I make about 25, freeze them on a tray then in a zip lock bag.

 

Joe

post #2 of 10

Cool.... Its amazing how many breakfast sausage recipe's are out there and trying to find that one that stands out from all the rest....

post #3 of 10

Yes, boykjo is absolutely right!  Give mine a try when you get a chance!

 

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/73350/country-style-breakfast-sausage

post #4 of 10

 Is it a secret, or are you going to share? 

 I've made Pops' recipe and it is very good. I just add a bit of red pepper flakes. I freeze them the same way you do. It works very well.

 

Chuck

post #5 of 10

Yes would love you to expand on this aswell :)

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Originally Posted by stovebolt View Post
 

 Is it a secret, or are you going to share? 

 I've made Pops' recipe and it is very good. I just add a bit of red pepper flakes. I freeze them the same way you do. It works very well.

 

Chuck

Sorry Chuck don't know if you were "talking" to me or Pop 6927. In any case what you see is a container of Sausage Maker's pre mix Georgia Special sausage spices, It is about $8.00 for that container which makes 50 lb.of sausage. As you can see that is less then 20 cents a pound. I  have  been making sausage for 25 years+(I am 78), Italian Sausage for the most. I must confess, I did add a pinch of crushed red pepper.  The other part of my post is the hamburger maker press.  The press was about $8.00 and 1000 sheets of paper about $8.00.(amazon).  Now I get nice even patties, hamburger or sausage. The press is adjustable for thickness.  For the record I am in no way associated with Sausage Maker Co., Youn may want to go to their web page.

post #7 of 10

Glad you are liking those sausages.

 

Disco

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Sorry Chuck don't know if you were "talking" to me or Pop 6927. In any case what you see is a container of Sausage Maker's pre mix Georgia Special sausage spices, It is about $8.00 for that container which makes 50 lb.of sausage. As you can see that is less then 20 cents a pound. I  have  been making sausage for 25 years+(I am 78), Italian Sausage for the most. I must confess, I did add a pinch of crushed red pepper.  The other part of my post is the hamburger maker press.  The press was about $8.00 and 1000 sheets of paper about $8.00.(amazon).  Now I get nice even patties, hamburger or sausage. The press is adjustable for thickness.  For the record I am in no way associated with Sausage Maker Co., Youn may want to go to their web page.


 Silly Me. It's right there in the picture and I couldn't see the forest because of all the trees. Like I said, I've made Pops6927 breakfast sausage recipe and I liked it a lot. Pops is one of our resident meat gurus. You should give his a try (small batch). The recipe is in his signature line.

 

Chuck

post #9 of 10

Give Pops a try your wife will be very happy..Its deff a down home one and so easy...great taste..

post #10 of 10
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I have made some using a similar receipt, however it has too much sage for us. Having said that I will at my next batch make some and will give you some honest feed back.

                               

                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Joe

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