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Breakfast Chicken Sausage Platter

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Our brunch this morning was roasted chicken sausages flavored with oregano, sauteed shredded cabbage, boiled egg, cucumber and lightly sauteed apple slices. This breakfast platter is adapted from Nita Mehta’s breakfast cookbook and made for a super quick, flavorful, filling, men-pleasing (my son and husband) :) meal. For a lunch or dinner version, you can top with some salsa and grated cheese.

Breakfast Chicken Sausage Platter Recipe

Prep & Cooking: 15 mts

Serves: 3 persons

Cuisine: Western

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Ingredients:

7-8 breakfast chicken sausages

4 tsps butter

1 tsp oregano or any seasoning of your choice

2 cups finely shredded cabbage

1 tsp tomato sauce or Worcestershire sauce

1/2 tsp sugar

salt and pepper to taste

1 carrot, grated

2 apples, cored and sliced

2-3 hard boiled eggs, peeled and sliced

1 Heat 2 tsps of butter in a vessel, add the shredded cabbage and stir fry on high for a mt. Add tomato sauce, salt, sugar and pepper and turn off heat. Remove onto a serving plate. Over the sauteed cabbage or around it, arrange the grated carrot. Keep aside.
2 In the same vessel, add a tsp of butter, add the sausages and roast for 2-3 mts till well browned. Sprinkle the oregano and remove them onto the bed of cabbage and carrot.
3 In the same pan, add another tsp of butter, pinch of sugar and pepper and place the apple slices and saute for few secs on both sides. Remove onto serving plate.
4 Arrange boiled egg slices on the plate, sprinkle salt and pepper. Finally arrange cucumber slices. Breakfast/brunch is ready to be served.

Breakfast Chicken Sausage Platter Recipe

Prep time: 5 min
Cook time: 10 min
Yield: 3
Main Ingredients: chicken sausage cabbage boiled egg apple

Our brunch this morning was roasted chicken sausages flavored with oregano, sauteed shredded cabbage, boiled egg, cucumber and lightly sauteed apple slices. This breakfast platter is adapted from Nita Mehta’s breakfast cookbook and made for a super quick, flavorful, filling, men-pleasing (my son and husband) meal. For a lunch or dinner version, you can top […]

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By • Jun 6th, 2010 • Category: All Recipes, Indian Breakfast Recipes, Indian Egg Recipes, Indian Non-Vegetarian Recipes

  • meena

    can u tell how to make chicken sausage at home

  • shehnaaz

    Yes sailu garu…can u plzzzzzzzzzzzzzz teach us sausages..:)

    • http://sailusfood.com Sailu

      These are store bought ones. I have not tried making sausages at home. Will give it a try sometime.

  • Chandra

    Those sausages are not home made!
    But, where in Vizag did you get these sausages?

    • http://sailusfood.com Sailu

      FYI, I have not mentioned that the sausages are home made. You can find sausages at Karachiwala and Spencer’s (Freezer section).

  • Madhu

    Chicken Sausages in Vizag ????????

    • http://sailusfood.com Sailu

      Why not, Madhu? Sausages including ham sausages have been available in Vizag since more than 20 years. One place is opposite Super Bazaar and other one next to the petrol bunk (opp RTC complex). But they are no longer doing the same business. Sausages are available at Karachiwala and Spencers.

    • Lakshmi

      Whats wrong with all these people ? Why cant we get sausages in vizag ? We get most of the cheese and other exotic stuff since a long time in India.

  • http://www.rajendermanju.blogspot.com Manju Rajender

    The arrangement looks lovely !!!

  • lucky

    Hi sailu,

    Can we use these sausages for Hot dog too. My son likes hotdogs but I didn’t know how to prepare at home. Any suggestions or ideas on this please????

    Thanks

    • http://sailusfood.com Sailu

      Sausages meant for Hot Dogs are also available in super markets in Hyderabad, Lucky. I have never tried preparing at home though.

  • Reena

    Lovely feast for the eyes and for our tummies too! :)

  • aparna

    wow, sausages in India.
    Never knew they were available in India and eaten by Indian people !

  • Sarita

    Hi Sailu

    After reading the readers section on sausages I felt inclined to comment.

    sausages including pork sausages, ham, bacon and salami have always been available in India or atleast in Mumbai where I come from. (I have seen them sold in shops in Chennai too in the 1990′s)
    They are popular among Indias Christian population

  • Priya

    It looks delicious and arrangement is also good. Please do consider to post some soup recipes in your posts. I am really waiting for any home made soup recipes which includes dal, greens and veggies (for vegetarians), also any good varieties for meat eaters.

    • http://sailusfood.com Sailu

      I will try to post more soup recipes. Its just that I do not take pictures after 3-4 pm (take pictures only in natural light) and soups are prepared for dinner in our home.

  • Anu

    Sailu Garu can we get good frozen meat from Fresh Choice ?

    • http://sailusfood.com Sailu

      You can get frozen meat/chicken/sea food at Spencer’s.

  • http://www.echoblogger.com Kranthi – EchoBlogger

    Chese vidhanam chustuntene adiripothundi Sailu garu..inka intlo vandi tinte ela untundo try chesi chudali …!!

  • Sowmiyashree

    Bad