- 12m +
- Dairy Free
- Egg Free
- Nut Free
- Can be frozen
- Lunch box idea
Ok these arn’t sausages in the traditional sense but they are super tasty, really easy to make and healthy. Shop brought sausages are high in salt as well as all sorts of other hidden bits so I wanted something to replace them with that The Monster would love, and boy does he love these (to be fair I love them too and stole half his stash…opps)
You can freeze them before or after cooking (I prefer to freeze then cook as they hold more moisture) They work well in place of regular sausages but also go well in a lunchbox, or choped up in a cous cous salad, the possibilities are endless.
- 500g boneless chicken thighs (thighs contain more iron than breasts, which is vital for children)
- 1/2 cup wholemeal breadcrumbs
- 1 tablespoon dried tarrgon
- 5 dried apricots (chopped)
Pop it all a food processor and blitz until it looks like a mince texture.
Drizzle a little oil in a frying pan and place on a medium heat hob. Flour your work surface and your hands and then just roll the mixture into sausage shapes (how big or small you make them is up to you). Roll each one in a little flour and fry for about 4 minutes each side, until cooked through.
It’s as simple as that.
If you want to mix it up, swap all these:
- Chicken for pork
- Apricot for Apple
- Tarragon for sage