Albert’s Meats Country Breakfast Sausage Ragin’ Cajun Burgers

You know Albert’s Meats Country Breakfast Sausage takes center stage at a family breakfast, or leisurely weekend brunch, but you may never have imagined all the delicious ways Albert’s Meats Country Breakfast Sausage can wow your dinner guests as well. This lean and flavorful morning staple brings a new and exciting flavor to many dishes and may soon show up regularly on your dinner table, picnic table, or tail-gating before the big game.

The next time you have a cookout, substitute ½ of the ground beef you normally use with Albert’s Meats Country Breakfast Sausage. Your burgers will be flavorful and juicy and your guests will be amazed. If you like to spice things up, serve Albert’s Meats Country Breakfast Sausage Ragin’ Cajun Burgers-a lip smackin’, tongue-tingling meal in itself. Top with spicy remoulade sauce and your taste buds will take a trip to the Big Easy.

Albert’s Meats Country Breakfast Sausage Ragin’ Cajun Burgers Alberts Meats Country Breakfast Sausage Cajun Burger

•    1 LB lean ground beef
•    1 LB Albert’s Meats Country Breakfast Sausage
•    ½ C finely chopped sweet onion
(Vidalia or Walla-Walla work nicely)
•    ½ C. finely chopped green bell pepper
(about 1 medium pepper)
•    1 TB garlic powder
•    1 tsp each paprika, cayenne pepper, oregano, cumin, thyme, and basil
•    2 tsp salt
•    1 TB Worcestershire sauce
•    A few shakes Tabasco sauce (if desired)

Place meat in large bowl. Using your hands, combine meats with onion and pepper.

Add spices, salt, and sauces and work into meat mixture.

Form 8 quarter LB patties. Grill on hot fire about 7 minutes per side, or until an internal temperature of 170 degrees is reached.

Serve on toasted hamburger buns, with lettuce, tomato, and remoulade sauce (recipe follows).

New Orleans Style Remoulade

•    ½ C spicy brown mustard
•    ½ C mayonnaise
•    ¼ C chili sauce, or ketchup
•    1 TB Worcestershire sauce
•    3 TB prepared horseradish
•    1 clove garlic, minced
•    2 TB grated yellow onion
•    1 green onion, chopped, green part included
•    Juice of ½ lemon
•    2 TB parsley
•    2 tsp paprika
•    ¼ tsp each cayenne and black pepper

Combine all in medium bowl. Refrigerate for 2 hours, or overnight. If more spice is desired, add hot sauce, or additional cayenne.

So, the next time you’re wondering what to do for a quick and easy breakfast, or the thought of another burger on the grill has you less-than-thrilled, try these recipes.  Albert’s Meats Country Breakfast Sausage is flavorful and versatile.  And, it’s not just for Sunday breakfast.