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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 12-09-2017, 09:49 AM Thread Starter
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need breakfast sausage recipe

i need a awesome breakfast sausage recipe or mix that you can buy. Any help greatly appreciated

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need breakfast sausage recipe

I am looking for a great recipe for breakfast sausage or season mix. any help would be greatly appreciated

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post #4 of 21 (permalink) Old 12-09-2017, 10:16 AM
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This couldn't come at a better time,heading to my daughter's grave today to put flowers on for Christmas then heading to Cabelas to hopefully find some kind of seasoning mix there.
I did try something on my own and it wasn't to bad,kind of a Sweet and Spicy mix.
2 pounds bulk deer sausage, 1 cup Brown Sugar,Tsp. Cayenne, Tsp. Chili Powder, Tsp. Onion Powder,Tsp. Garlic Salt,a dash of Mary Jane's Mixed Up Salt and 1/3 cup of Worchestire Sauce. Mix all in a large mixing bowl and pan fry.
Actually tasted pretty good.

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OP, I merged your two threads, in case you're wondering what happened.

richbat, first, sorry to hear of your solemn task today. You have my condolences.

Second, instead of Cabela's you have a much better and much closer place to go for sausage and similar mixes.

Look up Echo Hill, right outside of Fleetwood. They have TONS of sausage, jerky, bologna, etc mixes. Plus cures, individual spices, casings, cloth bags, etc. Whatever you could need/want for smoked and/or seasoned meat.

I would at least swing by there before going all the way to Cabela's.

They are a Mennonite store, so don't try to go tomorrow.
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These will taste great after you make it.
2-Cups Bisquick
1-Pound Sausage uncooked
1-8 or 12 ounce package of Cheddar Cheese
2/3 cup Milk

Mix all together and put on cookie sheet the size of 2 table spoons. Bake at 400 for 15 to 17 minutes.

Makes around 32
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sneaky, This is what I use for wild boar breakfast sausage, it should transfer to venison.

1 lb ground pork
1 tea spoon salt
1/2 tea spoon dried parsley
1 1/2 teaspoon rubbed sage
1/4 plus 1/8 (3/8) teaspoon dried thyme
1/4 teaspoon dried red pepper flakes
1/4 teaspoon coriander seeds crushed, I use a mortar and pestle
1/4 teaspoon msg (Accent)

Mix all the spices together well

I then put a little water on a plastic cutting board and spread it around and put the ground meat on top and flatten it out, the water helps the meat come off the plastic easily when you fold it over, or you can use a pig piece of cling wrap without the water. After the meat is flattened sprinkle some of the spice mix all over it and fold it over the long way and then the short and press it down again, sprinkle some more spice and repeat until all the spice has been used. Then knead it together a little bit to get it thoroughly mixed. The put the meat in a bowl and cover with cling wrap over night. The next day it will be ready to make into patties or make sausage gravy to go over your biscuits or home fries.

If you try it with the venison let me know how it worked for you. You can add or subtract spices if you want after you taste it to Taylor the flavor to your taste, just do a lb at a time till you get it to suite you. That is what I did with the recipe when I made pork breakfast sausage.
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I made Italian sausage with venison and it has a great flavor, but even mixed 80/20 with pork it was waaaay too dry.

My next try will be 50/50 mix.
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Mrs. Wages Sausage Mix isn't bad. If you look around you can probably locate it locally, but here's what it looks like.

https://www.salsaexpress.com/p-3703-...MaAoOYEALw_wcB
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I got this one from Newport Bill....the guy who lets me hunt liked it so much I made him 5 lbs of patties........

Venison Breakfast Sausage


1 pound trimmed venison
6 ounces lean or slab bacon
3/4 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon dried crushed sage leaves
1/2 teaspoon ground ginger
1/4 teaspoon pepper


Cut the venison and bacon into 3/4" cubes. Place in mixing bowl. In a small bowl mix salt, sage, ginger and pepper. Sprinkle over the meat and mix well. Chop or grind to desired consistency (you can start with ground venison as well.) Shape into thin patties and fry over medium heat until browned and cooked through turning once. Sausage can be frozen uncooked.

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