Homemade lamb sausage is made easy with the use of Vanns Harissa spice blend.
"Homemade sausage" can be an intimidating term, but sausage doesn't always have to be hand-ground or stuffed into casings to be delicious. This lamb sausage is made up of ground lamb, flavored with Vanns Harissa and Aleppo-Style Chili Flakes, shaped into little patties, and pan fried for a crisp, juicy, savory sausage with just the right balance of warm, earthy spice and heat. Serve these with tabbouleh for a completely Middle Eastern-inspired meal, stuff into pita sandwiches, or use anywhere else you might use a lamb sausage.
Serves 4-6 as an appetizer or small plate as part of a larger meal.
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