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Sunday, October 12, 2008

Turkey Sausage

My family LOVES this "sausage". It's way better for you then traditional sausage and I guarantee you won't be disappointed. You can double this recipe to suit your needs.

1 lb. ground turkey
1/2 tsp ginger
1/2 tsp salt
1 tsp sage
1/4 tsp cayenne pepper
3/4 tsp pepper

1. In a medium bowl mix together all the ingredients until well blended. (This is even better if mixed the night before to let the flavors mesh together)
2. Form into small patties. I cook mine on the George Foreman grill but a frying pan would work just as well. You can also use this for sausage gravy. Just don't form into patties. Cook ground up and then put in your gravy.


  1. I've never eaten Turkey for my whole life.....lol

  2. You really have no idea about that...lol....

    I do not really like lamb because I have ever had a bad experience about it.

    one day I was at my grand mother house and she bought me a lamb (well, I do not remember what is the name of that food), and the lamb was really smelly. you know, I can not eat lamb meat which is smell like lamb. I mean, real lamb!

    This is why I avoid lamb including meals. I would say no for lamb and I do not want to eat it anymore.

    I do not know whether this is a traumatic things or not, but surely if someday I could find a good chef who could cook lamb and smells delicious, not smell likes lamb, I will eat it. But not for now:D I hope my boyfriend hate lamb too...hahahahhahhah... Oops, sorry....lol

    Thank you very much for your visit at my blog:D. I really appreciate it!

    have a great day sis..

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  3. Kim,

    What are you gonna do with us...ok, my guys love sausage but I have a question on this one? I feel silly but doesn't the sausage come already prepared...?

    Are you laughing? I think I know what you are talking about here...is it like hamburger meat but turkey meat and then you add the other ingredients?

    Lovin ya


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