Bcollins74 Posted February 23, 2014 Share Posted February 23, 2014 I was researching chili recipes and came across a recipe blog that basically said - people that don't know what they are doing in the kitchen just take every spice they own and throw it in chili. The author was talking about me - because I don't know what I'm doin in the kitchen but I end up with some pretty good food for what I like. I ate over 50 of these on my Whole50, most of the time I had them for breakfast with my turnip hash. They look kind of scary with big pieces of onion and garlic all over the place but they are really good. Sometimes I've used fennel seeds and caraway seeds, just depends on what I have in my cupboard when I make them.Pre-heat oven to 350 1 lb of ground turkey6 cloves of garlic, chopped1 onion, chopped 1.5 tsp of the following:Cayenne PepperGhost Pepper Infused Sea Salt (I use http://shop.thespicelab.com/index.php/ghost-pepper-naga-jolokia-infused-sea-salt-no-119.html)1 tsp of the following:thyme leafblack peppercrushed red pepper flakes1/2 tsp of the following:paprikacuminnutmegrosemary leafallspiceturmeric1/4 tsp of the followingbasilsagecardamom combine all ingredients in a bowl and mix wellMake into balls and place into an un-greased muffin tinCook @ 350 for 30 minutesWhen they come out of the oven, transfer them to plate with paper towels to soak up some of grease. I usually get 9 sausage balls out of a batch, I store 8 of them to eat later and burn my mouth eating the 9th one right away. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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