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High Caliber’s Spice Blend Recipe Cards
Louisiana-style andouille sausages have been evolving in North American for years, to the point that some varieties hardly resemble their ancestors. Remember, there are as many versions as there are cooks, and Louisianans guard their recipes closely.
Earthy, well-balanced hints of white pepper, mace and caraway, this sausage does not need anything else to improve its savoury flavour! Enjoy on a crusty bun with sauerkraut, of course!
One of High Caliber’s most popular sausage blends. Good to eat any time of day. Make it into small breakfast links or patties to enjoy any time of day.
There is a little bit of outdoor adventure in all of us and this sausage will complement any meat combination with its well-rounded, natural flavors.
Bring Spain to your table with this classic taste. The beautiful red color from the paprika really showcases the spiciness you will enjoy. Use to make peppy breakfast patties, meatballs or sausage.
Just the right touch of maple flavor and sweetness to please the whole family.
Pretty simple…you cannot go wrong.
This spice blend has just a bit more pep than the Farmer’s Seasoning.
This blend has a hint of fennel, paprika and the right amount of chilies to make an excellent sausage on its own or to put in other recipes. Try it first, but you can always kick it up a notch if needed.
Even if you are not gluten-sensitive, this flavor will have all family members wanting this for breakfast!
Can be enjoyed throughout the year, not just in October! This simple, yet popular well-rounded blend is tasty any time of the day either on the BBQ or stovetop. Try it one day as a patty for breakfast.
NEW! WILD GAME (GF)
Making sausage is a perfect way to spice up the wild game you bring home from the field. Venison is ideal for sausage, as it is lean and takes on different spices and flavors well. It’s also a great use of trim meat.