Lesley's Recipe Archive: Sausage Making recipes

Homemade Sausage Making Recipes

Homemade Sausage
 Making Recipes

*Our recipes are for making 
fresh sausage only.

We don't have any recipes for cured sausage or salamis. All of our sausages have to be cooked before eating. 

ou don't need a meat grinder / sausage stuffer to enjoy home-made sausage. Just buy ground pork from your butcher and use one of our sausage recipes and make sausage patties. You can make so many more different types of sausage than are available at your local butcher. If you like lasagna, try our Italian sausage loose instead of ground beef. I guarantee you'll never go back to ground beef

The best cut of meat to use for sausage is pork shoulder. It usually goes on sale in...MORE FROM OUR Sausage Making Method Visit our Sausage Making Store
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Removable 4 7/8in.W x 8in.H stainless steel cylinder is easy to clean and maintain, as is the plastic piston. Stainless steel base frame is made of welded cold roll steel. 5-lb. capacity sausage stuffer includes 1/2in., 7/8in. and 1in. stuffing tubes. Base is 9 1/2in.L x 6in.W.

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Using the KitchenAid sausage stuffer as often as we used to, you'll probably ending up needing an extra funnel because it does crack

This email came in from one our viewers and we would like to share with everyone who thinks sausage has to be made with pork:
"I just wanted to drop you a note of thanks. We no longer eat pork and had sadly given up our sausages when I came across your sausage recipes. I use ground turkey in place of pork and we make the sausage into patties or meatballs (Italian sausage). The results have been superb. Thank you, and thank you again! Megan"

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