Chicken sausage????

  • Regular Contributors

    What type of sausage is recommended/tried with ground chicken???

  • Walton's Employee

    @angel4us I love making Chicken Sausage, it’s a great way to have a healthier option. We actually did a post and a video on this check out the post and the video .

    I listed out some favorites in the post but here is a quick list of some of the seasonings that I think work well with Chicken, Habanero Mango (if you like heat try this one, not all that hot but does have some kick to it) Supreme Pizza Bratwurst, Rueben Bratwurst, Feta Cheese and Spinach, Hot Buffalo Wing and the Sun Dried Italian.

    One thing to keep in mind is that since chicken is lower fat than pork or beef the taste will be toned down a little bit as the fat acts as a delivery system for the seasoning. You can combat this by using the full bag of seasoning but only using 20 lb of meat or you can add some fat but that sort of defeats the purpose of making a healthier brat!

    You should still check out the post and the video for some more tips like using a binder!

    I hope it works out well for you, post some pictures if it comes out well!

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