Homemade Breakfast Sausage

This is a follow up to a previous post. This morning I was lucky enough to have someone add their knowledge of biscuits and gravy to my kitchen experiment of a few years back. I think some of my friends have tried to tell me about the ground pork before. I love what Australians call rissoles, not sure I have had them with ground pork, sounds really nice. Since rissoles are dry, gravy sounds like a great idea.

Because my experiment was made with sausage mince, that Aussies use to make sausage rolls, it would not have been the same. I believe my gravy and biscuits were fine though, as I used American recipes and had the ingredients.



If you think this video is not traditional or doesn't have the right special breakfast sausage ingredients please add your comments. I think probably the turkey is the obvious one. I did find this recipe and the pictures look good. Yum. Here is the matching biscuit recipe.

Comments

Janeen said…
Greetings Linda!

Thanks for visiting today ~ Oopsy's sandwich was actually a breakfast sandwich I made from home and brought with me to work. We get up at o-dark-thirty and I'm not ready to eat as early as my children, so I usually eat at work. My breakfast sandwich has an egg, american cheese and bacon. For the egg, I beat the egg and fry it in a pan but don't stir it like you would scrambled eggs, I get let it cook and then flip it over similar to if you were making an omelete. Then before its completely cooked I start foling sections in half's to be a small square ~ voila done! The cheese is sliced american and the bacon I just reheated in the microwave as on the weekends I cook large amouns of waffles, french toast, pancakes, bacon, etc and then during the week breakfast takes only minutes to reheat.

I'm going to have to check out your biscuits and gravy now.... Mmmmmm that sounds so good right now~

Have a great day!
I am lucky that my office has its own cafeteria and they offer some of the best biscuits and gravy recipes

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