Ditto, I was also surprised at how good these were. The texture was chewy (sometimes patties can be mushy but these weren't) and the taste was good. I thought they were a tad on the salty side but that's how 'sausage' is supposed to be. I added a little crushed red pepper flake to mine because I like a little heat in my sausage. I left the mixture in the fridge overnight and shaped them into patties the next day. Will definitely make again and plan on freezing some next time. Thanks for the great recipe!
I'm sorry to say I didn't care for these much at all. They LOOKED like perfect little sausages. But they tasted like bread or stuffing rolls to me. I kept trying them for a couple days thinking my opinion might change but no such luck. On the upside they certainly are cheap and easy to make. But I won't make them again.
These are very good. I used coarse oats rather than quick but otherwise followed the recipe. Baking them makes the sausages nice and crispy on the outside. DD wasn't home to try them but I'm sure she'll like them, too. Made for ZWT6 Family Picks.
I too was surprised at how good these were. They were very easy to prepare and tasted great. A great alternative to meat sausages. I think this would be a great recipe to play around with flavours. Next time I'll try them with low salt soy and probably add a little chilli to the mix. Just to change them around a little. However they're great just as the recipe stands and I highly recommend trying them. Thanks for a great recipe. Made for Zaar tag. ;o)
Really good flavor, but they crumbled on me while cooking. I like the idea of using oatmeal, it's so economical, I wonder if adding half an egg (I'm not vegan) would help hold it together? I'll just have to experiment with this. Thanks for sharing the recipe.
I was surprised how much I liked these sausages! They taste very much like the ones I buy from the store. I served along side Eggless Omelets and really enjoyed them. Thanks Mollie! Made for Zaar tag.