Discussion in 'Sausage' started by nepas, Dec 9, 2012.
These are going north. My neighbor loves what up there they call hot bologna.
I'm north of you recipe?? look like the hot mommas they make up here
them look great
These I am curious about. At first glance, I admit they scare me a little. I just can't imagine what they taste like.
4 cups white vinegar
1 cup water
2.5 T crushed red pepper flakes
1 T cayenne (or however much you like)
2 lbs smoked sausage cut in half
Bring 4 cups of the vinegar to a broil. Add red pepper flake and remove from heat, Let stand until cool and add the cup of water to the vinegar. Cut sausage in halves. Put in plastic container (wall mart gallon for $2.99) add some liquid to the sausage, add cayenne and remaining liquid. Makes sure to cover the sausages with the vinegar solution.
I made these all the time when i lived in NEPA
If you want you can use store bought smoked sausage, just read and make sure they were cured.
Thanks so any smoked cured sausages how long do you let them sit in it.
The vinegar gets into the mear pretty fast but like smoked cheese, the longer you can wait the better.
And yes you can use any kind of store bought in a pinch.
I'm planning a hijack and I am looking for some recruits.......Any volunteers?...
Im in I think he may behaving some moonshine in his trunk also sausage as a cover up ???? maybe these snausageds are being soaked in his stash of MS LOL ????
You got a cam in my RV.
No just a lookout real close by!
(Hey Stick, watch what you say or we're going to get caught!)
Is this what you are making Nepas?
@Smokin B. We used to get Miller's at the big flea Market in Marshall's Creek, PA all the time. Right on Rt.219. That person no longer sells them there anymore.
I should really try to make this myself before the holiday's.
Those look great Rick....
Great bar food as I recall... whew that was a long time ago..
Them and some pickled eggs... "where's the farting contest?"
Yeah i remember those bar counter foods.
Was very unpleasant the next day
Nepas, can these be left out or do you have to refrigerate them?
Thanks. Looks mighty tasty.