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Vnmum's Chicken and Apple Sausages

VNmum's campaign to get us all eating our apple a day continues… they sound great. I've made kind of sausagey things before but they weren't damp enough for my liking, so maybe the apple will help…

Chicken and Apple Sausages

1 chicken breast, diced

1/2 eating apple grated

1 small onion, finely chopped

1-2 tbsp fresh breadcrumbs

1 clove of garlic, crushed

Seasoning of your choice eg Italian herbs, paprika, chinese 5 spice

plain flour

Whizz the chicken for a few seconds in a food processor then add the
rest of ingredients, except flour, and whizz together for few seconds. If the mixture seems quite sloppy just add more breadcrumb until it
sticks together better.

Take a handful and shape into whatever size sausage shape you want,
this again will make however many sausages you want depending on size.

Roll all the sausages in the flour to seal and fry in vegetable oil.

Can be frozen.

I found that if the mix was slightly wet, they held together for
cooking and then fell apart nicely as DS was chewing. as he gets more
teeth I will probably make them drier as it will be easier for him to

Both this and the pork buger recipe can be tweaked to your liking with consistency and seasoning, they went down a treat with ds, served with homemade oven chips and salad.

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5 Responses to “Vnmum's Chicken and Apple Sausages”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Quick question: how old is vnmum's ds?

  2. Anonymous says:

    vnmum, where are youoooooooo?

  3. Anonymous says:

    hi vnmum here,
    ds is 9 months in a few days and ate these last week. quite alot stiull ends up on the floor but hes managing them ok

  4. Anonymous says:

    These sound good. You say they can be frozen. Is that raw, cooked or both?

  5. Anonymous says:

    i cooked them first then froze them but i dont see why they couldnt be frozen raw. my only thought would be that the water held in them from freezing might make them too soggy when it came to cooking them

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