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Thread: Sausage

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    Member ksules's Avatar
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    I am looking for homemade sausage recipes. Does anyone have a good recipe for the Italian sausage in oil? Thanks Kim

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    Sorry no, I like to cheat and buy mine at the local market. :)

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    Oooh, so sorry. My parents are right off the boat from Italy (1950)and I remember watching them make sausage year after year.
    I cheat as well and buy it now. lol
    I'll ask my mother and see if she still has the recipe.

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    I need a recipe for sausage too. Live in Norway and sausage in not sold here at all. I have tried making my own sausage patties from ground pork adding fennel, oregano, garlic etc...

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    Sweet Italian Sausage Recipe
    This recipe does not require you to stuff the meat into sausage casings. You can do so if you wish, but with so many recipes calling for loose Italian sausage, it's often not worth the effort.

    2lb ground pork
    1Tbls salt
    1 Tbls ground fennel seed. Start with whole fennel seeds, and use your spice grinder attachment on your blender to grind them up, or do it manually in a mortar and pestle.
    11/2 Tbls sweet paprika
    1Tbls finely minced fresh garlic
    1Tbls sugar
    1tsp black pepper
    3 Tbls red wine vinegar
    Mix all the ingredients together...and you have Italian sausage! You can use this mix right away, but it will get better after about 12 hours in the fridge.
    Use this Italian sausage in your favorite spaghetti sauce, or instead of ground beef in lasagna. I eat it all the time simply sautéed up with some sweet red peppers, onion and fresh tomatoes...with a good crusty loaf I'm truly in heaven.

    Multiply the recipe as needed, and if you make more than you need, it will freeze very well.

    This can be stuffed inside sausage casings and grilled as well. Sausage casings can be found at most Italian grocery stores. Get a little funnel and shove the meat into the tubes; but don't push too hard, as it can be frustrating to rupture the casings as you get close to a finished sausage. When your sausage is the length that you want, twist off the ends and tie them in knots. I googled and this is what I found for you guys

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    Used to make these with Italian friends but no time to write out all that is involved. Packing to move for winter.


    Quote Originally Posted by ksules
    I am looking for homemade sausage recipes. Does anyone have a good recipe for the Italian sausage in oil? Thanks Kim

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