Homemade Sausage Recipe ( patty or sausage-shaped)

This homemade sausage recipe can be varied according to taste. As patties or sausage-shaped, these are quick and easy to make.

Have fun!

Experiment with this recipe by adding or substituting any spices or herbs that you might prefer.

You can make these tasty sausages or patties for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, using minced chicken, turkey, beefalo, beef, pork, venison, or lamb in addition to a variety of herbs and spices.

This mixture will keep in the refrigerator for up to three days. To allow the full flavors of a homemade sausage or patty to develop, mix the ingredients several hours before they are needed.

For example, if these are needed for breakfast make the mixture the night before and refrigerate until required.

The great advantage of making your own patties or sausages is that you can avoid all the additives, artificial flavorings, colorings, and carbohydrate fillers (such as sugar) that store-bought sausages contain.

If you would like to read more in depth about low carbohydrate foods and recipes, or Paleo nutrition, see our "best self-help books" page (listed on our site map/index) or see our recommended reading list at the bottom of this page.

Recipe Ingredients


Here are the ingredients for the homemade sausage recipe.

  • 12 oz of either minced venison, bison, beefalo, beef, chicken, pork, or lamb (preferably grass-fed or organic)
  • 4 cloves of garlic
  • ½ large red onion finely chopped onion
  • 1 large egg (optional)
  • 2 tablespoons chopped fresh sage
  • 1 teaspoon of sea salt
  • freshly ground black pepper according to taste

This recipe yeilds 4 servings. You can shape them as either 4 large patties or traditional sausage shapes. You may double or half the recipe ingredients if more or fewer sausages are required.

Use organic ingredients as far as possible.

Homemade Sausage Recipe Method


Here is how to make the homemade sausage recipe.

Mix all the ingredient together thoroughly in a mixing bowl, making sure that the ingredients are evenly distributed.

Refrigerate until well chilled. This will make the mixture easier to handle and give the flavors time to develop fully.

When ready to use, separate into either four large patties or traditional shaped sausages. Cook in a lightly oiled frying pan, or on a griddle, turning once so that each side is brown and the patties are cooked through.

This basic recipe will provide you with tasty homemade sausages or patties that are free of all additives. They are also low in carbohydrate and suitable for a Paleo diet. Feel free to experiment with the recipe and add you own favourite herbs or spices.

Enjoy!

More about the homemade recipe

Using the homemade sausage recipe rather than purchasing commercial sausage is a way of being kind to yourself (and your loved ones).

Although the risk is small, consumption of processed meats has been linked to pancreatic cancer. Most commercial processed meats have additives and fillers that are not natural ingredients.

Unfortunately, the foods that provide most humans calories today are not natural. They come from grains, potatoes, and legumes that our prehistoric, forager ancestors did not eat.

Although the First Agricultural Revolution greatly benefited civilization, it has had many deleterious effects on our health. We have shifted away from eating and moving in the ways our prehistoric ancestors did.

This shift created the widespread diseases of civilization such as coronary heart disease (the biggest killer), type 2 diabetes, hypertension, obesity, some kinds of cancer, and others.

If you will regularly eat more natural foods, you will reduce your changes of suffering and premature death from these diseases. That explains why using this and similar recipes can be very beneficial.

Web pages to help you further

If you would like our recipe for low carb meatballs, please use the following link:

Low Carb Meatballs



Highly recommended books

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  • A. Wright and D. E. Bradford, BELLY FAT BLAST: HOW TO LOSE STOMACH FAT FAST WITHOUT HUNGER!

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  • D. E. Bradford, HOW TO EAT LESS -- EASILY!

  • Bennett & Sinatra's SUGAR SHOCK!

  • L. Cordain, THE PALEO DIET

  • Braly & Hoggan, DANGEROUS GRAINS


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