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Turkey sausage recipe?

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#1 Kat81

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    Posted 29 January 2009 - 12:44 PM

    So, I am trying to eat healthier. Dh however loves sausage so I am trying out some Turkey Sausage. It looks like the long Italian sausage. Anyway, any good ideas for sausage recipes?

    #2 Lizzdee

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      Posted 02 November 2010 - 06:30 AM

      We eat turkey and chik sausage all the time...We get it fresh from a butcher her in Philly...the different flavor ones are fantastic...However, Al Fresco brand is super good and can be bought in the super market. We stir-fry ours with lots of veggies and some seasonings. Serve with or without rice..Yummy!!!

      #3 fmichelle

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        Posted 18 December 2010 - 10:58 PM

        Not sure if you'll see this but, I just made a delicious italian inspired recipe with chicken sausage from Trader Joes.  I start with olive oil in a pan, then saute some fresh garlic in it, then I add finely chopped potatoes.  Once they've cooked for some time, I add in some skinned and chopped eggplant.  At this point you may need to add a little more olive oil so the pan doesn't get too dry. After they've softened for a bit, then I'll add some chopped bell peppers, I prefer the different colored ones because they look pretty   After they've cooked for a short time, I add in a couple spoons of olive tapenade (I've used fresh olives, but the pre-made tapenade is easier) and after that has spread through the pan I add some garlic powder and some bread crumbs (probably almost 1/4 cup) and I stir that around for a bit.  Then, I'll cut two long sausage links into very small pieces and add that to the mix.  The recipe actually calls for some capers as well, but when I made this tonight I didn't have any on hand.  You can put them in near the end, and make sure you rinse them first because otherwise it'll be a little too salty.  I hope this makes sense, I don't really cook with exact recipes, more by look.  But I promise you, this is delicious!

        #4 june92012

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          Posted 02 June 2012 - 08:29 AM

          Ni±o salvagios sells a tasty chicken sausage too

          #5 june92012

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            Posted 02 June 2012 - 08:29 AM

            Sounds great

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