Delicious sausage, and I know exactly what's in it! Add to pretty much anything you would add meat to spice it up a bit or enjoy by itself.
Provided by growingoodsons
Categories Meat and Poultry Recipes Turkey Ground Turkey Recipes
Number Of Ingredients 7
- Stir salt, sage, black pepper, nutmeg, red pepper flakes, and ginger in a small bowl. Place turkey into a separate bowl and thoroughly mix in the spices. Form sausage into patties.
- Fry the sausage patties in a skillet over medium heat until browned and the meat is no longer pink inside, 3 to 5 minutes per side.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 169.8 calories, Carbohydrate 0.6 g, Cholesterol 83.6 mg, Fat 8.7 g, Fiber 0.2 g, Protein 22.5 g, SaturatedFat 2.3 g, Sodium 645.6 mg, Sugar 0.1 g
- Mix and blend all ingredients using your fingers. Shape into 2-inch patties. Fry until crisp and brown on both sides.
Make a batch of Alton Brown's homemade Breakfast Sausage for Food Network.
Provided by Alton Brown
Yield 2 pounds or 16 (2-inch) patties
Number Of Ingredients 11
- Combine diced pork with all other ingredients and chill for 1 hour. Using the fine blade of a grinder, grind the pork. Form into 1-inch rounds. Refrigerate and use within 1 week or freeze for up to 3 months. For immediate use, saute patties over medium-low heat in a non-stick pan. Saute until brown and cooked through, approximately 10 to 15 minutes.
HOW TO MAKE HOMEMADE SAUSAGE
Making your own sausage isn't rocket science. Take on this fun project with our step-by-step homemade pork sausage recipe. It's easy to customize. Stuff into casings or enjoy it as-is.
Provided by Hank Shaw
Categories Dinner Lunch Freezer-friendly How To Italian Sausage Sausage
Number Of Ingredients 17
- Start with very cold ingredients and equipment: Make sure your ingredients are laid out, and the meat and fat are very cold (fat can be completely frozen), before you begin (put meat and fat in freezer for 2 hours). Put bowls and grinder in freezer or refrigerator for an hour before using them.
- Cut the fat and meat into chunks and keep cold in a bowl over ice: Prepare a large bowl of ice and put a medium metal bowl on top of it. Slice your meat and fat into chunks between an inch and two inches across. Cut your fat a little smaller than your meat. To keep your ingredients cold, put your cut meat and fat into the bowl set into a larger bowl filled with ice.
- Mix the meat and fat, add most of the spices and chill: When the meat and fat are cut, mix them quickly. Pour in most of your spices; I leave out a tablespoon or two of fennel seeds and a tablespoon of black pepper for later. Mix quickly. Add the salt and the sugar and mix one more time. Put into a covered container or top the bowl with plastic wrap and put the sausage mixture into the freezer for at least 30 minutes and no more than an hour. Now you can call back whoever might have bothered you when you started this process.
- Mix the sherry vinegar and the dry sherry and chill: I know sherry is not traditional in Italian sausage. You can use white wine and white wine vinegar if you'd rather (I save red wine and red wine vinegar for the hot sausages).
- Immerse the casings in warm water: If you plan on stuffing your sausage, take out some of the casings (you need about 15 to 18 feet for a 5-pound batch of links) and immerse them in warm water. (If you are not planning on stuffing your sausage, you can skip this step.)
- Set up the grinder: After your sausage mixture has chilled, remove your grinder from the freezer and set it up. I use the coarse die for Italian sausage, but you could use either. Do not use a very fine die, because to do this properly you typically need to grind the meat coarse first, then re-chill it, then grind again with the fine die. Besides, an Italian sausage is supposed to be rustic.
- Push mixture through grinder and chill: Push the sausage mixture though the grinder, working quickly. If you use the KitchenAid attachment, use it on level 4. Make sure the ground meat falls into a cold bowl. When all the meat is ground, put it back in the freezer and clean up the grinder and work area.
- Add the remaining spices and sherry mixture: When you've cleaned up, take the mixture back out and add the remaining spices and the sherry-sherry vinegar mixture. Using the paddle attachment to a stand mixer (or a stout wooden spoon, or your VERY clean hands), mix the sausage well. With a stand mixer set on level 1, let this go for 90 seconds. It might take a little longer with the spoon or hands. You want the mixture to get a little sticky and begin to bind to itself - it is a lot like what happens when you knead bread. When this is done, you have sausage. You are done if you are not making links. To cook, take a scoop and form into a ball with your hands. Flatten out a bit. Cook on medium low heat in a skillet for 5 to 10 minutes each side until browned and cooked through.
- Chill the sausage mixture: Put the mixture back in the freezer so it's chilled for stuffing in the casings.
- Run warm water through the casings and set up sausage stuffer: Bring out your sausage stuffer, which should have been in the freezer or refrigerator. Run warm water through your sausage casings. This makes them easier to put on the stuffer tube and lets you know if there are any holes in the casings. Be sure to lay one edge of the flushed casings over the edge of the bowl of warm water they were in; this helps you grab them easily when you need them.
- Slip a casing onto the stuffing tube: (And yes, it is exactly like what you think it is). Leave a "tail" of at least 6 inches off the end of the tube: You need this to tie off later.
- Add the meat to the stuffer and start cranking the stuffer: Take the meat from the freezer one last time and stuff it into the stuffer. If all the meat will not fit, keep it in a bowl over another bowl filled with ice, or in the fridge while you stuff in batches. Start cranking the stuffer down. Air should be the first thing that emerges - this is why you do not tie off the casing right off the bat.
- Let the sausage come out in one long coil and then tie-off: When the meat starts to come out, use one hand to regulate how fast the casing slips off the tube; it's a little tricky at first, but you will get the hang of it. Let the sausage come out in one long coil; you will make links later. Remember to leave 6 to 10 inches of "tail" at the other end of the casing. Sometimes one really long hog casing is all you need for a 5-pound batch. When the sausage is all in the casings, tie off the one end in a double knot. You could also use fine butcher's twine.
- Pinch and spin the links: With two hands, pinch off what will become two links. Work the links so they are pretty tight: You want any air bubbles to force their way to the edge of the sausage. Then spin the link you have between your fingers away from you several times. Repeat this process down the coil, only on this next link, spin it towards you several times. Continue this way, alternating, until you get to the end of the coil. Tie off the other end.
- Hang the sausages and prick air bubbles with sterilized needle: Almost done. Time to hang your sausages. Hang them on the rack so they don't touch (too much), and find yourself a needle. Sterilize it by putting into a gas flame or somesuch, then look for air bubbles in the links. Prick them with the needle, and in most cases the casing will flatten itself against the link.
- Let dry an hour or two and then chill: Let these dry for an hour or two, then put them in a large container in the fridge overnight, with paper towels underneath. Package them up or eat them the next day. They will keep for a week, but freeze those that will not be used by then.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 490 kcal, Carbohydrate 4 g, Cholesterol 103 mg, Fiber 1 g, Protein 22 g, SaturatedFat 16 g, Sodium 895 mg, Sugar 2 g, Fat 42 g, ServingSize Makes 5 lbs of sausage, or about 15-20 links, UnsaturatedFat 0 g
HOMEMADE SAUSAGE SEASONING BLEND
A dry herb blend for giving any ground meat a "sausage" flavoring. Try this not only with ground pork, but also ground turkey, beef, or chicken. Adapted from a recipe that came with one of my pizza pans. Recipe can be doubled, tripled, etc as needed. Each batch is enough to season 1 pound of meat. Leave out the crushed red pepper flakes for milder sausage.
Provided by HeatherFeather
Categories Low Cholesterol
Yield 3 Tbsp
Number Of Ingredients 6
- Blend all ingredients together in a spice grinder or mini-food processor (or you may also just stir together if you like some chunkier bits of fennel in your sausage).
- Store in an airtight container until ready to use.
- To use, mix with 1 pound ground meat.
- Chill seasoned meat 3 hours before using.
- Or you may also use this in any recipe calling for sausage seasoning.
HOMEMADE PORK SAUSAGE
- In a bowl, combine all ingredients; mix well. Shape into eight 4-in. patties. In a skillet over medium heat, fry patties for 3-4 minutes per side until browned or until no longer pink in the center.
Nutrition Facts :
Makes a delicious, homemade breakfast sausage using ground pork and an assortment of spices.
Provided by Lee Fogle
Categories Meat and Poultry Recipes Pork Sausage
Number Of Ingredients 8
- In a small, bowl, combine the sage, salt, ground black pepper, marjoram, brown sugar, crushed red pepper and cloves. Mix well.
- Place the pork in a large bowl and add the mixed spices to it. Mix well with your hands and form into patties.
- Saute the patties in a large skillet over medium high heat for 5 minutes per side, or until internal pork temperature reaches 160 degrees F (73 degrees C).
Nutrition Facts : Calories 409 calories, Carbohydrate 2.7 g, Cholesterol 109 mg, Fat 32.2 g, Fiber 0.3 g, Protein 25.6 g, SaturatedFat 11.9 g, Sodium 861.2 mg, Sugar 2.2 g
HOMEMADE ITALIAN SAUSAGE
One of my earliest and most vivid food memories was when my uncle Bill would make his famous dried Italian sausage every Christmas Eve. They'd be fried after Midnight Mass and served on bread with roasted red peppers. This fresh version was inspired by those. If you can manage not to eat them right away, letting them dry for a day or two really deepens the flavor, and firms up the texture as well, in true Uncle Billy fashion.
Provided by Chef John
Categories World Cuisine Recipes European Italian
Number Of Ingredients 16
- Cut pork shoulder into cubes. Place in a bowl and refrigerate while preparing the other ingredients.
- Grind garlic with a pinch of salt in a mortar to make a paste. Add fennel, anise, and black pepper. Bruise spices lightly with a pestle to release the flavors. Add red pepper flakes, cayenne pepper, oregano, marjoram, coriander, mustard, allspice, sugar, and a splash of water. Stir to combine.
- Add the spice paste to the pork cubes. Mix thoroughly by hand. Add the remaining salt. Cover and refrigerate until flavors meld, 8 hours to overnight.
- Process the cold pork through a meat grinder on the slowest speed.
- Push a casing onto the stuffing tube of your meat grinder. Feed the sausage meat through the filling tray. Run the meat through the casing on the slowest speed until all the casing is used up. Tie casing at the end into a knot. Pinch and twist the meat to create links if desired.
- Place sausage onto a wire rack set over a sheet pan. Refrigerate uncovered for 24 hours.
- Preheat a charcoal grill for medium heat. Separate the links and grill them until browned, about 5 minutes per side.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 194.4 calories, Carbohydrate 4.2 g, Cholesterol 74.4 mg, Fat 10.4 g, Fiber 1.3 g, Protein 20.4 g, SaturatedFat 3.8 g, Sodium 1464.5 mg, Sugar 1.7 g
SIMPLE HOMEMADE SAUSAGE PATTIES
Assembling pork sausages is a snap and, as always, if you use best-quality ingredients, it's hard to beat homemade.From the book "Mad Hungry," by Lucinda Scala Quinn (Artisan Books).
Provided by Martha Stewart
Categories Food & Cooking Breakfast & Brunch Recipes
Yield Makes 8 small patties
Number Of Ingredients 10
- Mix together the pork, garlic, sage, thyme, fennel, nutmeg, salt, and pepper in a medium bowl. Add the egg white and combine thoroughly. Cover and chill for at least 15 minutes.
- To easily form the sausage patties, rinse your hands in cold water. Divide the mixture into eighths and shape each portion into a 2 1/2-inch disk. Patties can be made to this point and refrigerated or frozen until ready to use.
- Heat a skillet over high heat, and then swirl in the oil. Fry the sausages on both sides until completely cooked through and golden brown, about 4 minutes per side. Drain and serve immediately with pancakes, waffles or eggs. Sausage patties can be fully cooled, wrapped, and frozen for microwave reheating.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR SAUSAGE-MAKING AT HOME - THE SPRUCE EATS
Estimated Reading Time 5 mins
- Gather your Equipment and Ingredients. Home sausage-making is easy, delicious, and is unlimited in its possibilities for seasonings and varieties. Most traditional sausages are made of meat, fat, flavorings and casings.
- Prepare the Casings. Cut casings to a length of 2 to 2 1/2 feet, so they're easier to handle. Soak casings overnight in warm water to soften them. Before using the casings, rinse them out by putting the end over a funnel and pouring cool water through them several times.
- Mix the Seasonings. Experiment with your favorite spice mixture to use in the sausage. Try this one to start: Combine 1 1/2 teaspoons kosher salt with 3 1/2 teaspoons paprika, 2/3 teaspoons garlic powder, 1/3 teaspoon fennel seed, 1 teaspoon ground black pepper, and, optionally, 1/4 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes.
- Cut and Season the Meat. Cut the pork butt—or whatever type of meat you're using—into pieces that are small enough to fit into the grinder, around 1-inch cubes.
- Grind the Meat. Assemble your meat grinder or stand-mixture grinder attachment according to your instruction manual. Choose whether you want to use the coarse or fine die and place a bowl under the mouth of the grinder to catch the meat.
- Assemble the Sausage Stuffer. Clean the grinder by feeding a piece of white bread through the grinder, then remove grinder attachment, wash and dry it well, and reassemble it, adding the sausage stuffer accessory.
- Stuff the Sausage. With the mixer on the slowest speed, take small balls of the ground meat mixture and feed them into the hopper of the sausage grinder.
- Form the Links. Starting with the knotted end of the sausage, measure off the desired length of sausage, and squeeze to mark the end of the first sausage.
- Cook the Sausages. Cook sausages on medium heat for 15 to 20 minutes, or in a 400 F oven for 20 minutes. You can also grill the sausages or smoke them in a stovetop smoker.
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