2 Reviews

it was edible and everyone ate it but I went out of my way to buy Maple syrup and there is only one tablespoon in it. I think I would try it again but I'd add more maple syrup... i really wanted that flavor to come out more.<br/><br/>Maple syrup is really expensive so you know - I wanna get my money's worth. We ate it with dinner with roasted potatoes and carrots and it was really a nice compliment - kinda like a meatball alternative, but as a breakfast sausage it's gotta be more maple syrupy.<br/><br/>I think i'd also leave out the thyme like "cilantro in canada" because thyme is a really strong flavor that i don't particularly care for.<br/><br/>I tried it for Spring PAC 2013

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cUte Kitty pUnk April 13, 2013

These are exceptional. I left out the thyme, used extra garlic, and a little less salt. I made my first batch yesterday and today the kids asked me to make another batch. A sure sign of a winning recipe in my house. These are easy to make and the seasonings can be adjusted to personal taste. Thanks for the recipe.

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Cilantro in Canada June 28, 2010
Homemade Breakfast Sausage