Oatmeal Sausage Recipe

Have you ever heard of this delicious sausage?  You probably have if you are from the south or the Midwest, but I crave it.  My grandma used to make this on Saturdays when she would cook up yummy fried breakfasts.  But it is equally tasty cold on a sandwich with ketchup.  Very similar to a meatloaf sandwich.

Well, I made a batch of it yesterday, just for that reason.  To place on sandwiches.  We are going on a road trip this evening and do not want fast food. So I decided to pack up a variety of meats and breads for a picnic in the mountains on our way to our destination.

I am going to share this tasty sausage with you.



1.  Use a large saucepan with the bottom just covered with water to brown 1 lb of ground beef and 1 pound of ground pork in.

2.  Use a potato masher to mash it in tiny pieces.

3.  Add the spices of your choosing. I added sage, season salt, salt and pepper, paprika, crushed pepper flakes and garlic powder. I added all these to taste as well.  We like things well seasoned, so I dumped a great deal in.

4.  When browned, more like white brown, add your oatmeal.  This is all done by sight.  I added about a cup and a half, but it really is just to the consistency of a ground sausage mound.


5.  When mixed and simmered together for about 5 minutes, take a bread pan or stone and place your sausage mixture in it.  This is so it can take on a the form of your pan.


6.  Chill your mixture for about 3 hours.

7.  Slice and fry up to serve.


So truly delicious!


I hope you enjoy




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