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Italian Turkey Sausage

Italian Turkey Sausage created by justcallmetoni

This is a good substitute for fat-laden sausage. Time includes 8 hours chilling.

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8hrs 10mins
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  • Combine all ingredients until well mixed.
  • Cover and refrigerate overnight.
  • Shape into 8 patties.
  • Cook in a skillet coated with nonstick spray about 3 minutes each side, meat thermometer should read 165 degrees.
  • You can also crumble the turkey into the skillet for crumbled sausage.
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"This is a good substitute for fat-laden sausage. Time includes 8 hours chilling."
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  1. A.S.K.
    I made this as directed, except for adding some crushed red pepper and dried basil. I used it to make meatballs and it was delicious! Thanks for posting.
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  2. Meliska
    This is a great sausage recipe. I have used it both in lasagna, and for breakfast sausage patties. I don't actually eat meat myself, but my husband has been quite pleased.
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  3. Fionnros
    Oh WOW! This was an awesome recipe. I let the spices marinate with the turkey for a few hours in the fridge before I cooked it up for speghetti. My Sicilian freind and her pork free DH absolutely adored it. I'm sooo not buying this in the market again. Thanks so a million Sweet!
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  4. justcallmetoni
    Italian Turkey Sausage Created by justcallmetoni
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  5. justcallmetoni
    As someone who is always looking for healthier dining options, I was excited to find this recipe. Homemade turkey sausage always taste better and is lower in fat than what you buy in the store. I hard a hard time deciding how to review this recipe. As presented here, the sausage is very mild almost to the point that it was bland. That said, the combination was wonderful and I loved the balance between the fennel and other herbs in spices. Perfect harmony of flavors. (So often turkey sausage recipes have overwhelming amounts of fennel.) I really think, for me at least, it is a simple matter of boosting the amount of spice blend for the amount of turkey and you will have the perfect turkey sausage. Planning to make again and will re-review.
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