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Homemade Breakfast Pork Sausages

20151006_092514These homemade breakfast sausages are so much tastier than store bought ones. Definitely will be a winner in your family. Enjoy in a breakfast sandwich or by itself. Thanks to Alton Brown.

Ingredients

Ground Pork – 2 lbs

Ground Black Pepper – 2 tsp

Nutmeg Pw – 1/2 tsp

Cayenne pepper/Red Chilly pw – 1/2 tsp

Dried Red pepper flakes – 1/2 tsp

Sage Leaves (chopped) – 2 tsp

Thyme Leaves (chopped) – 2 tsp

Rosemary Leaves(chopped) – 1 tsp20150913_100808

Light Brown Sugar- 1tbsp

Salt – 2 tsp

Method

  • Mix all the ingredients together.20150913_101614
  • Make round patties with it.20150913_105055
  • You can store it in a refrigerator for a week or in the freezer for 3 months.20151006_091328
  • Heat oil in a pan and fry the patties on each side till well cooked (about 10 min).20151006_091838

Breakfast in a Bread Cup

20150913_105605An easy breakfast to go that you can make ahead of time from Martha Stewart. I like the convenience of carrying it with me as I leave home in the morning. Also love the fact that its a make ahead though it definitely cannot offer the taste of fresh hot breakfast in the morning.

Ingredients

Bread Slices – 8

Eggs – 6

Bacon – 6

Salt

Pepper

Method

  • Use a dough roller to roll out the bread very thin.20150913_091427
  • Cut out the bread using a round cookie cutter. 20150913_092538
  • Slice the rounds in halves.20150913_092702
  • In the meantime, cook the bacon in a pan. Make sure that it does not get overcooked and it is going to get further cooked in the oven. 20150913_091352
  • Place the bread slices into the muffin tins as shown in the picture.20150913_09300720150913_093021
  • Also place a little pc in the middle to cover the bottom (The 2 extra slices are for that). 20150913_093049
  • Place the bacon in the middle with the edges hanging over. 20150913_094026
  • Add the egg in the middle.20150913_094403
  • Season with salt and pepper.20150913_094520
  • Now bake it for 20 minutes at 350 degrees F.