|Please tell me how to make SCD sausage! I've been craving it (even bought some illegal stuff that sits in my freezer.)
Here's how I make mine. First, I make seasoning mix, so that I make more later. Here it is (you could, of course, cut it in half or something to start with):Breakfast Sausage Seasoning
8 Tbs paprika
3 Tbs. salt
1 1/2 Tbs. pepper
2+ Tbs. sage
1 Tbs. nutmeg
1 tsp. thyme
1/2 tsp. ceyenne pepper
I add 1 Tbs. of the mix per lb. of ground meat. We use ground buffalo or beef, but turkey would work, too (oh, and pork, too, but we don't eat that, so I forget about it
). I often add just a little sweetener, too, which would be honey for SCD (I used to use maple syrup, which is really yummy). I just drizzle a little in, but probably a Tbs. or less. Then I mix it well but gently with my hands and form it into patties.
Hope you like it!
|Anyone have any good on-the-run breakfast ideas for dh?
He does boiled eggs, toast, muffins, yogurt
I need something new and creative.
Well, the sausage would be good! And have you ever tried frittatas? They're like quiche, but without the crust. We saute veggies, and add the eggs and bake. It's even better with grated cheese added to the eggs, but we can't eat cheese anymore. I also sometimes make some of the sausage mix, crumble it into the pan, and cook it up. That, the veggies, and the eggs make a good hearty dish. It's good cold or room temp, too, so it would make a good on-the-run breakfast.
And this one may or may not fit your criteria for an on-the-run breakfast, but it's really good! I make my own trail mix, with almonds, cashews, pumpkin seeds, coconut flakes, and dried fruit (obviously, it's for later on the SCD). I like to put some coconut yogurt (dairy yogurt would work fine, too) over it at night, mix it up, and let it soak overnight. In the morning it's ready to go, and oh so yummy.
|well today I fixed the honey apples in the breaking the cycle book. they were very yummy. I had a flop with the banana pancakes for breakfast though. They were very hard to flip-would break every time into a big mess. any tips for this? I took the batter and put it on a tray and put it in the dehydrator to see if I could make something to eat out of them.
I've never made those pancakes, so I don't know what happened. But maybe you could make the hot cereal that Jane talked about with that recipe of batter. Or maybe you could try a different pancake batter. I posted the recipe I use earlier in this thread. I only have trouble flipping those when I try to flip them too soon. And we like to put the fruit on top of them, so we still get something fruity and sweet. Oh, and I can't remember if I mentioned it when I posted the recipe earlier, but ds prefers the pancakes when I add lemon zest to them. They're really yummy that way. I use the lemon zest when I use brazil nuts or pine nuts, not when I use the pecans.