Recipe for Turkey Sausage Patties

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Turkey sausage patties are great because they're both healthy and delicious. Get a recipe for turkey sausage patties with help from an experienced culinary professional in this free video clip.

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Hey. My name's Jared Abbott, but you can call me chef J. Right now I'm going to show you how to make a little recipe for turkey sausage patties. Now these are super fun and healthy. Because you're making it at home you can add whatever you want and keep it fresh, healthy and delicious. Going to start by chopping a few pecans. I got whole pecans here. Just going to run the knife through a couple of times. Just so they're not whole pieces. I like to have smaller chunks in that sausage patty mixture. And put this off to the side. Also going to prep my rosemary. Just going to use one little twig here. To get the leaves off easily I just pull them backwards the opposite way that they're growing out. And so chop that up finely as well. Hmm, smells good, fragrant rosemary. Put that off to the side. Now we can start mixing. So I'm going to grab my mixing bowl and start with putting my base here, the ground turkey breast meat. Going to add the chopped pecans, add rosemary, put a little special ingredient in here of dried cranberries, add some sweetness. I'll also add just like a teaspoon of honey, put a little more sweetness. Then add some spices. A little bit of dried chili flake for some spice, some heat, think about a teaspoon of that as well. Onion powder, maybe about a half teaspoon, and some black pepper, just a couple of shakes around. Now I'm going to mix all of that up, getting the ingredients mixed thoroughly throughout the meat. I've got a fork full of turkey here, just use my hands to form like a little meatball, pop it down on my plate. I'll make maybe 4 or 5 of them right now. I'll show you how. I like to use my hands because give it a little more dexterity. You will get a little messy but you can wash up after. I'm going to turn my heat on to about a medium high heat. Got my beautiful cash iron skillet here. Going to add a couple of tablespoons of pure olive oil, let that heat up for 30 seconds before I add the patties. Going to put my patties in there. Love to hear that sizzle. That's why you gotta let the oil heat up for a couple of seconds before you throw it right in. Now I just like to keep them as a ball first. Once I throw them into the pan then I kind of pat them down, let that meat spread over the heat and start to cook evenly. All right. It's been cooking for about 4 minutes on one side, I'm going to give them a flip, nice a good brown, crispy brown color, just what I'm looking for. The second side I'll only need about 2 or 3 minutes to finish them off. All right. So they've cooked another 3 or 4 minutes on the second side, nice and brown everywhere. They smell really good. Now I've cooked a kind of sweet sausage here. You can also do a savory, a spicy, lots of different ways to cook these. Turkey sausage patties, they're great for a weekend brunch and an awesome alternative to your typical pork sausage or bacon. Try them out.


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