Sunday Brunch: Waffled Sausage Recipe

Posted September 21, 2014 by Stephanie
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It’s Sunday! You know what that means: it’s time for Sunday Brunch. Why don’t you skip the line and make brunch at home this week? The coffee’s truly bottomless, the booze doesn’t have a crazy markup and you can chill out in your pajamas. Every Sunday I’ll post a brunch recipe. Soon you won’t be asking, where should we go for brunch – instead it’ll be, what should we make for brunch today?

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I made some waffled sausage. Yes, waffled sausage! My friend, Dan (of Will it Waffle fame) wrote a book, aptly titled, “Will it Waffle?” The answer is a resounding, yes, it will! I’m a huge fan of waffling things that aren’t intended for the waffle maker. I’ve revitalized store-bought donuts and created crispy tofu. Waffling is incredibly addictive and some of the most fun I’ve had in the kitchen.

These little waffled pork sausages are juicy and crisp and have adorable little waffle indentations. They go wonderfully with toast and quail eggs and crispy fried sage, but I suspect they would go well with anything, really.

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Honeyed Waffled Sausage adapted from Will it Waffle?
makes 10 sausage patties

  • 1/2 pound ground pork
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon freshly ground pepper
  • pinch cayenne
  • 1 tablespoon honey

Preheat your waffle iron on medium. In a bowl, combine the pork, salt, pepper, cayenne, and honey. Form small, 1.5 inch balls. Coat both sides of the waffle iron with nonstick spray. Place the balls in the middle of the iron and close the lid. Cook until browned and cooked through, 2-3 minutes. Enjoy hot with toast, eggs and crispy fried sage leaves, if desired.

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  1. shana says:

    i love fried sage yum
    and i’m dying to buy a waffle maker for my first apt!!!!

  2. Mmm this looks so yummy Stephanie!! :)

  3. This little sandwiches look so good. If I served them for breakfast my husband would do a happy dance!

  4. OMG! dying at the cute sight of those sausages! I wonder why more people are not lining at your door for brunch.

  5. Oh man, I really need to bust out my waffle maker and start using it for all sorts of things!

  6. The fried sage leaves are definitely a lovely touch.

  7. molly yeh says:

    this is like the cutest ever cartoon brunch!!! only it’s real!! i love it. happy sunday, steph!!

  8. Simi says:

    This looks amazing – adding that to the must try list.

  9. meg says:

    Ahhhhh! Delicious!

  10. Kiran says:

    Sausage and fried sage?! Sign me up!!

  11. Jinky says:

    Wow, how do you make your eggs so perfectly? You should do an instructional video!

  12. Ashley says:

    OMG THOSE EGGS. Amazing. I’ve never been able to get my sage so perfectly crisp like yours. Show me your ways! ;)

  13. Look at those perfect little eggs :)!!

  14. gosh such a beautiful looking brunch recipe!! Gorgeous!!

  15. Alexandra says:

    I, too, am a huge fan of kicking back and making brunch at home instead. I have yet to try waffling anything but waffles though… perhaps this will be the lucky weekend :)

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