by Karin Calloway
I love the homemade chicken sausage at a favorite Atlanta breakfast spot, so upon returning from a trip to Atlanta I began toying with a version of my own.
Chicken sausage is simple to make with the ready availability of ground chicken. My spice mixture suits my palette and that of my family, but sausage making offers a great opportunity to improvise. Use the recipe as a springboard to come up with a delicious chicken sausage recipe all your own. Finely chopped sundried tomatoes (about ½ cup) would make an especially tasty addition to the recipe.
The flavor is best when you cover and refrigerate the sausage overnight, and you also can make the sausage mixture and freeze for up to three months in a zip-top plastic bag.
Cook up the sausages on top of your Viking range using the range-top griddle or the cast aluminum portable griddle that is made for your specific Viking range model.
Homemade Chicken Sausage
Makes 16 patties.
Note: Sausage mixture can be made ahead and frozen.
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