8 Reviews

These could use more pepper, the flavor was bland for our taste. A good basic sausage, tweak it to suit your own tastes. We use 3 parts of pork cushion meat to one part pork fat, which is an excellent ratio, and grind them several times for a uniform texture.<br/>September 21, 2013: Had some from the freezer for breakfast today, found them to be much more flavorful after "aging", so came back to add a star to my rating. Will make this gain (but with some more pepper for me).

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zeldaz51 September 21, 2013

Loved this sausage. Will definitely do it again. We didn't find this too spicy at all. I may add some savory next time for the extra peppery flavor we love. First class recipe. Thanks.

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Gramma Rox December 23, 2011

I made these for "breakfast for dinner" tonight, and served them with pancakes and eggs. They were really delicious - the flavor was spot on. The only thing we didn't love was the texture; they were a little dense. I'm thinking it's probably because the meat I ground was pork loin and it was pretty lean. I didn't have any extra fat to add to it, but next time I'm going to try to get some at the grocery store and add it in. They will probably be a little more tender with that extra bit of fat.
Thanks for a great recipe!

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The Portugarians August 23, 2011

Wondefrul flavor!! I love these sausages. I cooked them,,,put on a toasted english muffin w/ a slice of cheese and froze them wrapped in plastic wrap. Perfect for a quick breakfast on the go. The taste was awesome. My only question is, I fried on stovetop but my pan got filled w/ black. I don't know if I cooked right or not. Any suggestions on cooking them without so much scrubbing at end? I want to make alot of these. Thanks for the great recipe.

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Karen Guerra December 09, 2009

Great flavor. i made these last week and i'm making them again tonight. i mixed ground pork and turkey together to reduce some of the fat. i think this time i might leave out the pinch of clove all together (personal preference). So super yummy. Thanks for the recipe!

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Pink Kitchenaid Lover September 02, 2008

These are delicious! I used 1 tbsp honey instead of the sugar. Also I chose not to roll the mixture but placed a freezer box on the scales and forked in mounds, 45 grams (13/4 oz) each for 20 patties. Before cooking, I shaped the thawed mounds with the aid of a 3" egg ring.

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Wendy E. July 11, 2008

Yum! I made these with ground turkey and they came out very good. I cooked them then froze them, and reheated for about a minute and a half in the microwave. Very, very tasty. Thanks!

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Goody2shz January 30, 2008

These are easy and really good. I followed the recipe as stated, but made BIG patties - about 12. I saved some patties in the refrigerator for dinner the next day and froze the rest. I haven't tried the frozen ones yet, but can't think of any reason why they wouldn't be just as good. Thanks again Kitten for another keeper.

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lazyme November 02, 2006
Breakfast Sausage Patties