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Heat a pan to medium temperature. Add 6 tablespoons water and place patties in pan. Cover the pan, continue heating for 10-12 minutes, turning the patties often. Remove cover and continue cooking for 5-7 minutes or until golden brown. Serve and enjoy!


Method:To begin making this homemade sausage patties recipe you need to combine all the seasonings in a bowl and mix until well blended. Add in ground meat and onion, using your hands to combine thoroughly.


I was looking for homemade sausage patties since the store bought are generally much too small to fit in a bagel or croissant sandwich. I will definitely be trying these, our home LOVES spice so for us it works.


This is a wonderful recipe. I do not like sausages store bought as you cannot tell what is in them. Good for you. Sausages can be made of pork, beef, turkey, and many other meats. What a great idea to make your own and have them frozen for when you need them. I have a family and they are all pleased I found your site. Thank you


Thank you for sharing this recipe. It is only my daughter and me so the amount is a little too much for us. I just used 1 lbs pork (could not find the turkey) and just divided all ingredients by 3. It worked out just fine!verry tastefull, and not as salty as most sausage patties.


I was looking for sausage recipes online,and how to shape them at home when I came across your site.I really want to try it.They dont sell maple syrup where I am living at the moment.I do wish to add a bit of sweetness to the recipe when I try it.Could you give me more alternatives that I could try


We have never made sausages at home and this would be my first time.I am a little unsure of what I can use to make the recipe sweet and what quantity I can use it in.Your input would be much appreciated.Thank you in advance and take care.


Ask your butcher for flavour additives to making sausages. There are packages of different flavours, like honey garlic, and October fest , and so on . Some sports shops carry these items also. Good luck


Microwave: Place frozen patties on a paper towel in a microwave-safe plate. Do not cover. Set microwave to medium high (high heat toughens patties). Heat as follows: 2 Patties: 2-1/2 min. 4 Patties: 4 min. 6 Patties: 5-1/2 min.


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Remove all packaging. Heat a couple of tablespoons of oil in a non-stick pan on a high heat. Add your sausage patties and cook for approximately 6 minutes turning occasionally, reduce heat if necessary.


Homemade breakfast sausage patties are easy to make. You can double the recipe and freeze some breakfast sausage patties for next time. This homemade breakfast sausage recipe is a recipe every brunch lover needs.


I can eat chia seed puddings and other no cook cold breakfasts all week long. But when the weekend rolls around and I'm craving a comforting brunch, breakfast sausage patties always come to the rescue.


YES, it is totally worth the effort. Once I started making my own breakfast sausage patties, I haven't bought another pack of breakfast sausages. Once you try this recipe, it's my wish you'll be the same.


Making homemade breakfast sausage patties is incredibly easy. You can make it in one bowl, and if you get yourself a nice big sturdy cookie scoop, you'll be making wholesale breakfast sausage patties in no time.


Some recipes will suggest you roll out the sausage meat and cut the patties out using a cookie cutter or the rim of a cup. I always skip that step because I am a bit icky about getting raw meat all over my counter and kitchen utensils.


Once you have mixed the sausage meat, you can start forming the breakfast sausage patties right away with the scoop. The scoop will give you an even portion size. And then, drop it on a tray and just slightly flatten it with your palms.


You cook these sausage patties just on any frying pan or skillet. Lightly oil the pan, then drop the sausage patties on. Generally speaking, when the patties are brown on one side, flip and cook the other side until brown. It takes about 6-7 minutes total.


Check that the middle is fully cooked through. Well, what does that mean you might ask And how Before I had an instant read thermometer, I would break a sausage patty apart to check. Or I would often overcook the sausage patties just to make sure they were done.


See those huge numbers on the Thermapen It's the best. When the sausages are frying, I love those big bold numbers. The backlit display isn't on in the photo, but there is one, and it will automatically turn on if you are cooking in dim lighting too, so the temperature is always easy to read.


If you are going to make this recipe, you should also know that you can very easily freeze these breakfast sausage patties! Your future self will thank you if you double the recipe, cook half, and save the rest as frozen patties. You can make this recipe and prepare meals ahead of time.


You can cook these homemade breakfast sausage patties from frozen too. If I plan on cooking them from frozen, I tend to shape the sausage patties a bit thinner. I'm more confident that the middle of the sausage patty will cook through that way, before the outsides get burnt.


I like the idea of freezing the patties and cooking them as needed, but what about the rule of thumb regarding cooking thawed meat before freezing it again I buy grass-fed ground pork which only comes frozen, and I expect that not many here can find ground pork that's sold fresh in the grocery stores. Have the food safety guidelines changed


Hi Terry, I always use fresh ground pork if I'm freezing the patties. I'm able to find it in my local grocery stores here. Here's a quick guidance on freezing thawed meats: -resources/newsletters/it-safe-refreeze-raw-meat-and-poultry-has-thawed


I would like to bake and freeze these, then let them thaw in the fridge overnight and warm them up in the fry pan for breakfast sandwiches. Do you have any thoughts on a time and temperature for baking the patties Thank you.


Lovely patties. Don't like maple syrup but added a couple of spoons of apple sauce instead, delicious. Cooked mine in oven at 240deg for approx 30mins and they had a lovely crunchy outside. Will freeze some. As I used previously frozen sausagemeat I have cooked the patties and will defrost and just reheat for a couple of minutes.


Hi Elsie, I'm sorry to hear you thought that they were a bit dry. To help the juices stay in the sausage patties, make sure you don't press on them or cut them open in any way while they are cooking (that being said, I do lose some juices when I poke it with my thermometer). You can also rest the patties a couple minutes after cooking and before eating. Hope those tips help!


3 thanks for this easy recipe. I made up the patties for my freezer and can't wait to try them out for a dry up this weekend. The only thing I tweaked with your recipe was adding some extra spices (ground fennel seed, Mrs. Dash Chipotle Pepper, ). I foundcwih the additional ingredients that mixture was dryband soloshed in some red wine. I used about 1/4 for each patty, placing balls on saran paper laid out on cookie sheet, placed another sheet on top and flattened with a potato masher to get uniform thickness. Flipped them over onto another cookie sheet, did the same thing ... froze them .. stacked them. Easy peasey. Will post a picture on my Instagram account with you tagged in them.


When it comes to a filling savory breakfast, meat and eggs are a classic combination, whether bacon, steak & eggs, or these tasty patties. They are very tasty, easy to make, and they keep well in the fridge or in the freezer.


One of my favorite breakfasts is two of these tasty patties with fluffy scrambled eggs. It's a delicious meal that keeps me full for hours. On the weekend, when I have more time, I also add broiled tomatoes.


You can also make these patties in advance and freeze them for quick and easy midweek meals. Do make sure to place parchment paper or wax paper between the patties so that they don't stick to each other.