03 November, 2012

Sage and Maple Turkey Breakfast Sausage

Good morning America!

How about a healthier (yet delicious) breakfast meat this morning?  

I made these Turkey Breakfast Sausage patties last night, and this morning flung them in a pan and served with scrambled eggs and english muffins.  You could use ground beef or chicken if you so desired.

As we've previously discussed, I must make breakfast items the night before, due to The Boyfriend declaring war on anybody standing in the way of his immediate need for breakfast sustenance. 


We went out to breakfast once and had to wait about 40 minutes being seated.  
He didn't speak.  He didn't move.  

He just gripped his stomach in agony, muttering.. 'why...?   WHY...??'
So I sauteed these bad breakfast boys up real quick, and we had a delicious, healthy, and quick breakfast.  I drizzled some syrup on mine.  Yum.
Would be great to have these patties in the fridge for nights when you may have company.  Or even in the freezer, and if unexpected company, pop them out the night before, defrost in fridge, and voila!

Turkey Breakfast Sausage
Makes about 8-10 patties
You will need:

1 lb ground turkey
2 tbsp maple syrup
1 tsp dried sage
1/2 tsp dried thyme
1/4 tsp marjoram (skip if you don't have)
1/8 tsp cinnamon
pinch each of red pepper flakes and ground cloves
a bit of salt and pepper

1. Mix everything together and form patties.
2. Refrigerate overnight, freeze, or saute them up!


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