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Looking for Bob Evans style recipe

custom99

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I ended up with about 2 lbs of ground pork left over from a cookout. Does anyone know of a recipe that I could use to make this into a Bob Evans breakfast style sausage? What herb and spices or another idea for the meat?
 

custom99

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Thanks, I forgot about copycat recipes. I got a real good one off there a couple years ago for the TGIFridays Jack Daniels sauce.
 

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Don't forget the Q-view!
 

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Have you tried LEM brand of mixes, good stuff. 
 

custom99

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Sorry no Q-view on this one. I just ended up using salt, pepper, red pepper flakes, sage, marjoram, brown sugar, onion powder, and garlic powder. I just mixed it up and browned it off. I did not want the meat to go to waste. I like to have some in the freezer at all times to use on pizza and in omelets and sausage gravy. Now that I see that I can do a decent tasting sausage I will start experimenting and look into casings in the future.

Are LEM mixes available in grocery stores?
 

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Bob Evans restaurants are all I can ever remember around here along with Dennys. They have a whole line of meats and frozen meals. It is real close to Jimmy Dean but I still like Evans a little more. I will check out the Jimmy Dean clones.
 

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Breakfast style

3.5 lbs lean beef or pork

1.5 lb pork butt

2 Tbs salt

1.5 Tbs sugar

1 Tbs dehydrated bell pepper...this is optional

1/2 tsp crushed red pepper

1/2 tsp cayenne

1/2 tsp ginger...powder

1/2 tsp nutmeg

3/4 Tbs thyme

1 Tbs rubbed sage (add more if you like strong sage)

1/2 cup non fat dry milk

3/4 cup water

If you have bulk cube meat grind 1 time thru med plate. Add the dry to the water and mix, this will incorporate better into the meat.

You can make into patties or stuff into casings.

NOTE: This is fresh style sausage. Non smoked. Eat within 3 days or wrap and freeze.
 

zwiller

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Halloween inspired necro post! :emoji_laughing:

Rick, is that formula similar to Bob Evans? I recall you were for PA so you might have had it. Great sausage.
 

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