How to Make Your Own Pork Sausage

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How to Make Your Own Pork Sausage Recipe
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You need a food processor, pork or a good cut of meat (even chicken works), salt and olive oil.  Everything else is up to you.

You need a food processor, pork or a good cut of meat (even chicken works), salt and olive oil. Everything else is up to you.

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Cut your meat choice into large chunks.

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I chose a nice pork loin.

I chose a nice pork loin.

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Add pork chunks to a food processor.

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Add some olive oil and the tbsp of salt to the processor with the pork.

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Add any seasonings you like. I'm going for a spicy Italian sausage so I have suggested those ingredient at the beginning. If a breakfast sausage is your thing then add sage and dill instead.

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I really don't measure a lot. I cook by feel and taste later. Then I'll add if I need to. And then add that olive oil which you need so the meat chops smooth. About 1/4 cup should do it.

I really don't measure a lot. I cook by feel and taste later. Then I'll add if I need to. And then add that olive oil which you need so the meat chops smooth. About 1/4 cup should do it.

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Now hit go on that processor.

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Looks pretty nice right?

Looks pretty nice right?

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I like to add a small bit to a skillet. I can try it before I remove it from the processor bowl. If it needs anything, I can still add to it if necessary.

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My sausage turned out good. I tasted it and I like it. If you feel like 1 tablespoon is too much salt when you read this recipe leave some out you can always add after step.

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Now you'll always know what spices are in your sausage. No sugar, no preservatives and seasoned how you like it. Be brave. Experiment. You'll love it!

Ingredients

1 Pounds Pork loin  
1 Tablespoon Salt 
2 Teaspoons Oregano 
2 Teaspoons Thyme 
Cumin 
Olive oil 
Garlic powder 
Red chili flakes 
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