Sausages are such delicious meat to eat. There is so much you are able to do with sausages, and you can use any type of meat to create them.
While many sausages are made using pork, chicken and turkey make fantastic sausage fillings too. If you have not tasted these sausages before, you are missing out on a treat.
When it comes to sausage ingredients, there are so many different options you can choose. However, apple is one of the best sausage fillings to use, especially when using chicken or turkey meat. It is a great option to consider around Thanksgiving or the holiday period.
The apple adds an extra level of flavor and sweetness to the sausages, and it tastes fantastic. If you are looking for the perfect chicken or turkey apple sausage recipes to consider, then this is the perfect article for you.
We have compiled a list of our ten favorite recipes. These are all unique, and provide their own delicious flavors. We would certainly recommend trying them out!
While you can buy sausage patties, there is nothing that beats making them fresh at home. Not only is this a healthier option, but they also taste better too. You know all of the ingredients that have been included, and you do not have to worry about any horrible additives.
These turkey sausage patties with apples are a staple food in our household, and are a popular choice with all of the family. They are very tasty, and they can also be frozen to eat at a later date too, which is super useful.
The apple in this recipe is not too overpowering, and compliments the turkey meat well. They are great when served in burger buns, with relish and mustard.
If you prefer to eat chicken meat over turkey, then this is a lovely option to consider. The balance of the flavors here is perfect, and the apple is not too overpowering. It adds a great level of sweetness to the sausages.
In addition to the apple, there are other tasty ingredients included in the sausages, such as fennel and sage. These complement the overall flavor of the sausages well. These sausages do not take too long to prepare, and they cook in the oven perfectly.
These chicken and apple sausage patties are a great option to serve for breakfast. As the apple sweetens the patty slightly, they can be served with pancakes and maple syrup. The flavors work well together, providing the perfect combination of sweet and savory flavors.
This recipe creates 16 patties, which is great if you have a large family, or if you are looking to freeze some of the patties for a later date. Interestingly, this recipe uses cinnamon. While this is not a spice you would traditionally use for sausage patties, it works perfectly.
Are you looking for a healthier sausage recipe? This is the perfect option for you. These sausages are suitable to eat on both a Whole30 and a paleo diet. They are low in sugar, fats, and are not too calorific.
They are made using fresh and healthy ingredients, and allow you to indulge without breaking your diet.
The recipe contains no refined oils, and it is an easy recipe to follow. The preparation time is minimal, and you can also use turkey instead of chicken, if this is your taste preference.
If you are looking for a sausage recipe that is slightly more indulgent, All Recipes have a great recipe for you to follow.
Not only do these turkey sausages feature apples, but they also use maple syrup. This adds more sweetness to the sausages, making them a great accompaniment to sweet pancakes.
While they do contain maple syrup, they are still a healthy option to consider on the whole. They are not too calorific, and they can be frozen if you make this recipe in a large batch. This is great if you are meal prepping.
As we have already mentioned, there is nothing better than homemade chicken apple sausage, and this recipe is no exception to this. If this is the first time you are making sausages from scratch, this is a simple and easy recipe to follow.
The steps are not overly complicated, and the preparation time is fairly minimal. This recipe allows you to create perfect sausages every time, and they are fresh and tasty. The onions, salt, and pepper are great at seasoning these sausages.
Homemade Chicken Apple Sausage: Whole30, Paleo, Gluten-Free, Freezer Friendly (By Whole Kitchen Sink)
As you can tell from the name of these sausages, they are a suitable option for the vast majority of diets. Given this, they can still be enjoyed, and you can indulge without straying away from your diet plans.
The recipe is fairly simple to follow, and the ingredients can be sourced easily. These sausages are the perfect breakfast snack, and being freezer-friendly you can bulk make them, and save some for a later date, which is useful.
6-Ingredient Chicken Or Turkey Apple Sausage: Whole30 – Egg Free – Gluten Free – Dairy Free (By Whole Food For 7)
This is another great recipe to follow if you have specific dietary requirements because they are suitable for a lot of people.
They are easy to make and as they contain only 6 ingredients, you know exactly what they consist of. While they only contain 6 ingredients, they are still full of flavor and taste superb.
They are easy to prepare, and only take 10 minutes to cook. The recipe is not overly complicated to follow, and all of the ingredients can be sourced locally.
This recipe is gluten-free and also suitable for those following a paleo diet, which is useful. It only takes 20 minutes from start to finish, which is useful.
The patties are full of flavor, and you can clearly taste the apple, which compliments the turkey perfectly. The recipe serves 12 people in total and only contains 9 whole food ingredients, which is great.
This chicken apple sausage recipe takes around 30 minutes to cook and prepare, and tastes great when served with eggs and fries.
The recipe is not overcomplicated, and it is easy to make. These sausage patties are not too high in fat, and the sage adds to the flavor of the sausage well.
We hope that you have found this article useful. As you can see, there are so many great recipes that incorporate apples into the sausages. It is a fantastic fruit to pair with chicken or turkey.
Which recipe do you plan on trying first?