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Discussion in 'Sausage' started by dirtsailor2003, Oct 5, 2016.
This may be one of my next projects
This looks like a good one for sure, however, I think I'd mix and stuff a bit differently!
Yes my thoughts exactly! I'll be using the 5# LEMon squeezer.
I hand cut 75% of the meat when I make linguica. The other 25% I run through the course grind on the grinder. So for the first batch I may go that route.
I will also use hog casings and not collagen.
I probably will add cure to the sausage, even though non was used in the video. That two day drying thing ya know.
Are you going to use the funnel or the lemon squeezer ?
DS2003, I looked at the ingredients and they look good but what is a rice bowl for measurements?
With enough beer, in me, I think the LEMon squeezer will work!
What you don't have rice bowls? We have rice bowls.
They are pretty close to 2 cups of liquid.
I had this at a taiwanese eatery, this is good.
didnt the Nudge make a song about this
That looks really good. Some Old School hand processing. The ingredient list said Dried Garlic but the Golden Color and her accent sounded like Fried Garlic, similar used in Thai cuisine. What do you think?...JJ
In my research of this sausage several of the other recipes that I have read list dried garlic as the ingredient. I suppose one could use fried.
The Vietnamese Pho shop I like adds fried garlic and onion to some of their dishes. Love it! It's almost as good as the gribeness you get when making schmaltz.
dirtsailor how did you understand what they were saying
Har. I await this post with baited breath, Case!
It is in the works! It will be a few weeks. Taking the one how puts up with me on a well deserved mini-vacation!
Be good (buy the $10 wine instead of the $5). Be nice to her. Have a good time!
Better use the funnel method when stuffing these.
That two day drying time could be four with all the
extra water for your LEMon squeezer.
I will be looking for this one, sounds good.
Hope ya'll enjoy the vacation.
I'm going with the Chinese soup spoon!