Thursday, March 18, 2010

Homemade chicken sausages

Have you ever think of making your own sausages before and have no idea how to start? I hope this post can help you a little bit on your wish for making sausage. In fact I've been wanted to make my own sausages quite some times ago. However, I didn't know where to get the casing for sausage and I thought making of sausages is kinda difficult. But, I knew I was wrong after finding the sausage making procedure coincidentally in one of the blog. But, too bad that I couldn't remember the name and if there is anyone happen to know about the site, pls let me know. Luckily I still remember the sausage making procedures though I didn't note down.

It is very easy to make and we can make it without having any casing. And as usual, home made are better than store bought products as we can control the amount of fat, salt etc. I really had fun making them. If you have time, I recommend to try it out. Here is the recipe for chicken sausage ( You can replace with other meat as per your preference).
  • chicken fillet 300grams
  • 1 big onion (finely chopped)
  • 3 cloves of garlic (finely chopped)
  • 1 tsp of Marsala
  • 1 tsp of salt
  • 1 tsp of seasoning powder ( I used Maggie chicken flavor)
Blend all ingredients till become a paste.
Roll them out in plastic wrap as below. Seal the end tightly.
Steam them for 10mins.
After steaming. Remove the plastic wrap and chill them in fridge overnight. You can fry or steam them as you wish. For me, I fried them and here it is. Enjoy.


လွတ်ငြိမ်းလေပြေ (breeze) said...

Sis, I really like to test it :)
Thanks for sharing.
I also like to taste yours :D

Unknown said...

thanks sis.. i also will try later to make my own sausages...

Shinlay said...

Thanks I will try it soon.

Tuumar said...


Mrs. Bagel said...

I'll try it :)

Honeybee said...

Can I keep them in the freezer for a week?

Evy said...

Up to a week in the freezer, I think should be ok. But if you want to keep in the fridge, you might need to steam it first.

Honeybee said...

Thank you Sis Evy. I also tried with Basil and Chili and they also taste good. ^^ You are amazing. I cannot wait to try your other recipes.