Mild-Hot Breakfast Sausage Seasoning, 1 lb. 8 oz.

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Our Mild-Hot Breakfast Sausage Seasoning is a mixture of salt, ginger, nutmeg, ground hot red pepper and other spices. Similar to the regular Breakfast Sausage except it contains a little more heat, for those who like to start the day with a little kick. No additional salt is needed

  • Net weight: 1 lb. 8 oz.
  • Recipe on label. Makes 50 lbs.
  • Store in cool, dry place
  • Made by The Sausage Maker, Buffalo, New York

Allergens: None

Additional information

Weight 1.8 lbs

23 reviews for Mild-Hot Breakfast Sausage Seasoning, 1 lb. 8 oz.

  1. Conway Moncure (verified owner)

    Have not made it yet. I was intending to make patties, rather than link sausage. Your web site did not indicate link sausage, but that is ok. What I need is casings and cooking instructions. Otherwise, can’t I use these seasonings for patties as well?

  2. ButcherMom (verified owner)

    This is my favorite sausage seasoning. I order it often and have never been disappointed.

  3. David Goodemote (verified owner)

    really good!

  4. Randy Rider (verified owner)

  5. Thomas Mulhaney (verified owner)

    very well satified with the order

  6. Jeff Harstad (verified owner)

  7. William Andrews (verified owner)

    A+ seasoning , Excellent service

  8. Dean Shirley (verified owner)

    Very good flavor with just the right amount of heat

  9. daniel gersley (verified owner)

    spice mix has just a nice hint of heat , quick delivery !

  10. Wesley (verified owner)

    Have used this seasoning many times with excellent results and flavor every time.

  11. Doug Haag (verified owner)

    This is a good breakfast sausage. If you like a good hint of sage in your sausage the regular breakfast sausage seasoning is the way to go. I recommend both for excellent breakfast sausage.

  12. james smith (verified owner)

    this was by far the best out of the three i tried will be ordering more of this type…

  13. Danny H (verified owner)

    Great spice mixture & easy to make a large batch or small batch.

  14. Chris (verified owner)

    I’ve used this seasoning several times. Always turns out great. Anyone that samples lives it. Although it’s called mild hot I’ve never had anyone say it’s too spicy.

  15. John M Howard (verified owner)

    I have used this product for several years and find it to be a perfect seasoning for those that do not necessarily like a very spicy sausage for breakfast. The flavor is excellent but somewhat muted which keeps it from overpowering the other items on the menu. It makes a great patty, link, or ground in gravy. I would recommend this product wholehey.

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  17. Monica Gandara (verified owner)

    I have not started using this. Still inundated with pickling at the moment. Will update once I use it.

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  20. Jeromie Pickering (verified owner)

    Good flavor but need more heat

  21. colette devivo (verified owner)

    Excellent breakfast sausage mix. A lot of flavor. A family favorite.

  22. Anonymous (verified owner)

    could have more sage for a breakfast sausage

  23. Mike Rotondi (verified owner)

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Questions and answers of the customers

    Do your blends already contain curing salt?
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    Q Do your blends already contain curing salt? answer now

    None of our sausage blends contain any curing salt. InstaCure #1 should only be used if you are smoking our sausages. InstaCure #2 should be used only if you are dry aging your sausage longer than 30 days.

  2. Is sage in the hot breakfast and regular breakfast sausage seasoning, and if so what percentage. I don’t like a lot of sage but some yes
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    Q Is sage in the hot breakfast and regular breakfast sausage seasoning, and if so what percentage. ...... Read more answer now

    There is a small amount of sage in this seasoning. It's not pronounced 

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