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Wild Alaska Salmon Sausage with Organic Herbs & Spices
Our friendship with a leading nutrition guru yields superior salmon sausages
Thanks to a friendly but persistent push provided by Dr. Andrew Weil—plus his quickly kept promise to devise a suitable blend of herbs and spices—we set out to create a superior salmon sausage almost two years ago.
At last, after many months of painstaking “R & D”, our covert culinary conspiracy brought forth more than we even planned: two distinct varieties of succulent salmon sausage, to suite almost any taste or occasion.
Both styles—Savory Country and Spicy Italian—are suitable in most any recipe calling for sausage, from omelets and quiche to stews, pasta, and pizza… you name it!
The ingredients couldn’t be simpler or more healthful: just Wild Alaskan sockeye salmon, 100% organic herbs and spices, organic arrowroot, natural sea salt, and water. And these babies are all-natural, with absolutely no nitrites, nitrates or other preservatives.
They’re also in the process of being scrutinized for Kosher certification, so we'll let you know as soon as it's official.
The perfectly sized 3-oz patties come in packages of 6, 12 and 24, vacuum-packed two to a package. (Please note: The 6-portion option is only available when ordered with other frozen items.)
Preparation is incredibly easy. Just cook as you would any sausage, for 6‒8 minutes, turning once midway through. Remember that sockeye salmon is leaner than most, and will dry if overcooked.
Better yet, you don’t even need to thaw the patties before cooking them. We find that these two methods work for us:
To bake frozen patties:
Add a touch of oil, broth, wine or water to the pan and bake the frozen patties, covered, for 15‒20 minutes at 400 F.
To pan fry frozen patties:
Cook frozen sausages stovetop in a sauté pan, covered, over medium heat for about 10 minutes, turning once. Remove the pan from the heat, still covered, for 2‒3 minutes before serving.